Homer’s Iliad to Become Epically Viral This Summer

One of the most brilliant epic poems in ancient history, The Iliad, is set for a marathon performance this summer as part of Almeida Greeks Festival. Theater...

Thousands of People Visit the Cyprus-Russian Festival

This year’s Cyprus-Russian Festival exceeded every precedent, both in attendance, as well as entries in the artistic program. The 10th Cyprus-Russian Festival was held...

Head of the G.S.G.A in Italy to Support Greek Communities

The head of the General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad ( G.S.G.A) Michalis Kokkinos visited on Monday the historical Greek communities in Italy on the...

British Museum to Air 30-Minute Greek Art Presentation

The British Museum in London has organized a live-streaming presentation of its hit exhibition “Defining beauty: the body in ancient Greek art,” set to air on...

Russian Eurovision Contestant Grew Up in Greece

The Russian singer who participated in this year’s 60th Eurovision Song Contest spent the first years of her life in Greece. Polina Gagarina’s “A...

Sweden Wins Eurovision 2015; Greece Ends 19th; Full Results

Sweden, represented by artist Mans Zelmerlow and his pop anthem "Heroes" won the Eurovision Song Contest 2015. Greece's Maria Elena Kyriakou with her song “One Last Breath” finished...

Greek Doctor-Turned-Artist Charms Audiences With her Music

Xanthoula Dakovanou is a Greek singer and doctor who has managed to combine her two passions -medicine and music- through her studies. She lives in...

Greeks in Campania: 500 Years of History

The Greek Community of Naples and Campania, the Italian Directorate General of Archives and the Federation of Greek Communities and Brotherhoods of Italy, in...

Eurovision: Politics Behind Europe’s Largest Singing Contest

By Keshia Jacotine, Monash University Eurovision began as an experiment by the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) in 1956. At the time, the idea of having many...

Greek State Minister to Be Awarded by Scottish University Students

Greece's Minister of State Nikos Pappas will travel to Scotland in June to receive an award in recognition of his contribution to the economy, politics...