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 […]
The N.Y. Greek Cultural Center (KEP) presented soprano Anna Paidoussi, pianist Areti Giovanou and guitarist/vocalist Serafim Lazos in a concert.
Young Greek architects are flocking to New York and the Greek Consulate overflowed with people who admire them and their work at the opening reception of an exhibition organized by the Greek Institute of Architects in New York (GIANY).
Jean Xceron, one of the pioneers of nonobjective painting in Paris as well as New York, is now something of a lost figure in Greek-American […]
Harry Mark Petrakis’ new book, Song of my Life: A Memoir, is a work of lyrical power and poignancy that may prove to be among his most important works.
NEW YORK – Art imitates life imitates art. The Greek Cultural Center’s (KEP) production of “O Katadikos Mou – My Convict, ” which runs through […]
NEW YORK – Americans – Hellenes and non-Greeks alike – cannot easily grasp developments in Greece, and they have great difficulty digesting the rancor and […]
Journalist Thanassis Cambanis, 40, is living the dream. “I wanted to be a war reporter from the time I was a kid of nine or […]
LOS ANGELES, CA – “Inside a weathered Hotel at the edge of a cliff, a lavish dinner is taking place. A brute and half-naked man […]