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Antipodes Festival Program

Check out who is performing at the 2020 Antipodes Festival! Make sure you don’t miss your favourites.   DELPHI BANK STAGE LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF LONSDALE ST & RUSSELL…
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MESSAGE FROM THE LORD MAYOR OF MELBOURNE

The City of Melbourne is proud to support the Antipodes 2020: Lonsdale Street Greek Festival – the biggest Greek festival held outside of Greece. Melbourne will be transformed into Little…
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Antipodes Festival 2020

ANTIPODES FESTIVAL A HUGE SUCCESS! Over the weekend, 100,000 people descended onto Lonsdale Street for Australia’s largest Greek Street party and celebration of all things Greek, the 2020 Antipodes Festival.…
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The Greek Writers Festival

The Greek Community of Melbourne was proud to present the Greek Writers Festival which made its debut at the Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture on Friday 31 May 2019. The…
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32nd Lonsdale Street Greek Festival

Melbourne’s biggest street party and longest-running Greek festival brings together some of the Australia’s most talented performers, dancers, chefs, cooks and competitors for a weekend of Greek-flavoured entertainment. Headlining the…
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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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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 Greek Community of Melbourne’s History & Culture Seminars.

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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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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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Open Seminar: The Greek-Australian Unemployed Movement in the 1950s

Lecturer: Dr George Vassilacopoulos

The “Greek History and Culture Seminars” are organised and hosted by The Greek Community of Melbourne and provide the opportunity for everyone to experience the long and fascinating history of Greece and Greek culture in its various forms and stages, aspects of which have formed the foundation of Western civilisation.

This year all our seminars are free and open to the general public, and unless otherwise noted presented in English.

Most seminars take place on Thursdays at Greek Centre, Mezzanine Floor, 168 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

All seminars are scheduled to start at 7:00pm. For details relating to each seminar please see the website calendar close to the day of the event.

Enrol to our seminars for free and be kept up to date with details of each Seminar and all events of the Greek Community.

 

 

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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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DTravel the regional dance music of Greece, including Thrace, Macedonia, Epirus, Peloponnese and the Islands featuring a range of local instruments. Omados takes pride in performing authentic Greek music traditions.

Featuring Joseph Tsombanopoulos (gaida, tsambouna, kaval, lyra & vocals), George Athanasakos (clarinet, outi & vocals), Kat Stevens (violin), Paddy Montgomery (lute, cumbus) & Rosco Heck (percussion).escription

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