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August 28, 2018

Open Seminar: The Uses of Photography in Northern Greece and the Southern Balkans (1903-1918)

Open Seminar: The Uses of Photography in Northern Greece and the Southern Balkans (1903-1918) Thursday 30 August at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Elizabeth Gertsakis. Part of the…

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August 22, 2018

OPEN SEMINAR: NIKOS KAROUZOS AND THE QUESTION OF BEING

OPEN SEMINAR: NIKOS KAROUZOS AND THE QUESTION OF BEING Thursday 23 August at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Andonis Drakopoulos. Part of the Greek Community of Melbourne’s…

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August 22, 2018

OPEN SEMINAR: NIKOS KAROUZOS AND THE QUESTION OF BEING

OPEN SEMINAR: NIKOS KAROUZOS AND THE QUESTION OF BEING Thursday 23 August at The Greek Centre. Free public lecture presented by Dr Andonis Drakopoulos. Part of the Greek Community of Melbourne’s…

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August 7, 2018

GREEK HISTORY & CULTURAL SEMINARS AT THE GREEK CENTRE

Open Seminar: The Greek-Australian Unemployed Movement in the 1950s Thursday 9th August at The Greek Centre. The “Greek History and Culture Seminars” are organised and hosted by The Greek Community…

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August 7, 2018

Live At The Greek: Omados

Live At The Greek: Omados Friday 7th September at The Greek Centre. Travel the regional dance music of Greece, including Thrace, Macedonia, Epirus, Peloponnese and the Islands featuring a range…

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August 3, 2018

Live At The Greek: Epirotiko Ensemble

Live At The Greek: Epirotiko Ensemble Friday 24 August will see the return of the Epirotiko Ensemble, taking listeners on a ‘taxidi’ through the region, playing a vast blend of traditional songs about…

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August 2, 2018

GREEN PROJECT [GR]: PLATYPUS TRAIL LAUNCH : FREE SCREENING

Green Project: Platypus Trail launch – Free Screening. On Sunday 5 August 2018 at 6:00pm at The Greek Centre. Join the Green Project [GR] Team at the Launch of their…

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June 21, 2018

Live At The Greek: Paddy & Friends

Friday 27 July. Paddy Montgomery: infatuated with Cretan music after hearing Giorgos Xylouris and Ross Daly, where he developed an interest in the laouto and the lyra. First visiting Crete in 2005, he has been studying and performing Cretan music alongside these two musicians, as well as many other musicians from Crete both in Australia and abroad. Four trips to Crete later, he continues to play and promote Cretan music wherever he can.

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