NEW YORK – For 15 years, Greek-Americans and philhellenes have made the first day of Lent an occasion for the support of Orthodox Christian and […]
HOLLYWOOD, CA – The 87th Academy Awards (Oscars), held on February 22 in Hollywood, spread around the award, with no single film making a clean […]
The research of scholars like Dr. Katherine Schwab, professor of Art History at Fairfield University in Connecticut, make history come alive. An exhibit at the […]
By Grigoris Maninakis Perhaps there is no better time to write an article about Vasilis Tsitsanis, the composer and lyricist of “Synnefiasmeni Kyriaki,” the song […]
Press Release ATHENS – The educational benefits of musical learning and the integration of musical art into school programs are well established and recognized internationally. […]
In the film The Winter, director Kostas Koutsoliotas – with his producer and wife Elizabeth E. Schuch – tells the story of a Greek ex-patriate in London.
HOUSTON, TX – Every year, for several weeks extending from the end of February into March, Houston, the fourth largest city in America – diverse, […]
NEW YORK – Dr. David Konstan, Professor of Classics at NYU, spoke about his book Beauty: The Fortunes of an Ancient Greek Idea, at the […]
Diane Touliatos is an internationally-renowned scholar in the areas of Ancient Greek music, Medieval Byzantine and Western music, and women composers.
NEW YORK – Every time the Hellenic world passes through a crisis there is endless blame and recrimination, and sometimes there is serious discussion about […]