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The Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce and the Acropolis Museum First Virtual Tour (Video)

The Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce and the Acropolis Museum organize Φώς | Fos The First Virtual Tour of the Acropolis Museum with President Dimitrios Pandermalis on Saturday, April 10, 2021 Opening Event 11:00 am EDT Tour 12:00 pm EDT.

Opening Event hosted by Chryssa Avrami

With Distinguished Guests

H.E. Archbishop Elpidophoros of America

Mareva Grabowski Mitsotakis 

Konstantinos Koutras, Consul General of Greece in New York

Helen Glykatzi – Ahrweiler, Academic Byzantinologist

Nikos Aliagas – Journalist, Host, Photographer

Albert Bourla – CEO, Pfizer

John and Elena Coumantaros 

George Dalaras – Musician

Jim Gianopulos – CEO, Paramount Pictures

Mary Katrantzou – Fashion Designer

Robert McCabe – American Photographer

Clay Maitland – Managing Partner IRI/Marshall Islands Registry

Yiannis Melissanidis – Olympic Gold Medalist  

Evanthia Reboutsika – Composer

Phedon Papamichael – Cinematographer 

Joseph Sifakis – Computer Scientist, 2007 Turing Award

Mikis Theodorakis – Composer

Marianna Vardinogiannis – 

UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador, Foundation for the Child & Family

Stellene Volandes – Editor in Chief, Town & Country Magazine

Rita Wilson – Actress, Producer, Musician

Stavros Xarhakos – Composer

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