FESTIVAL

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WHAT'S ON

Designed and directed by conductor and pianist Kornilios Michailidis, the Koufonisia Classical Music Festival is back this year with a distinguished lineup of soloists and ensembles.


[Maria Koumianou]
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Dedicated to opera, the maiden edition of the Kournos Music Festival on the island of Limnos also includes a series of theatrical, artistic, educational and historical events celebrating its northeastern Aegean host and the performing arts.

Among the Greek actors who take part in the film are Vassilis Karampoulas (left) and Angeliki Papoulia.
CULTURE

The first question I wanted to pose to Orestis Andreadakis when he spoke to me of his project “The City and the City” was how the history of Thessaloniki’s Jewish community can be linked to the bicentennial of the Greek Revolution, which is the theme of this year’s Thessaloniki Documentary Festival. “In celebrating the 200 […]


[Onassis Foundation]
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“You and AI” explores the role of artificial intelligence in our everyday lives through 25 works that examine three topics.

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Athens Music Week comes to a close with a large concert at the main stage of the Technopolis cultural complex on Saturday.





[Marco Borggreve]
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Tunisian oud player and composer Anouar Brahem – hailed as one of the most ground-breaking musicians of his kind in the world right now – is coming to the Athens Festival for a single show at the Herod Atticus Theater on Thursday, June 17.

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CULTURE

Italy’s entry, glam rock band Maneskin, won the Eurovision song contest, as the world’s most popular live music event was held in the Netherlands after being canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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OPINION

After 64 years of uninterrupted presence on European TV screens, and its first unexpected hiatus due to the pandemic, the Eurovision Song Contest returns reinvigorated his week, heralding the advent of its third decade into the 21st century.