Enjoy this week in Athens and Thessaloniki a rich cultural program that will certainly indulge the desires of even the most demanding audience!
The Cervantes Institute presents every Monday throughout November a fascinating flamenco tribute. Don’t miss this Monday on 29th November (at 19.30) the movie “Ar meno un quejio”, a documentary on “flamenco billy”, the urban flamenco!
The Benaki Museum presents until 5th December the exhibition “Theofylaktopoulos- Matter Vicissitudes: Painting 1960-2010” showcasing for the very first time works from his artistic course. His painting is anthropocentric and oriented to the exercise and renewal of his artistic imprint through adventurous and bold expression.
Enjoy at the Athens Concert Hall “The turning years” a performance by Dionysis Savvopoulos! The famous singer and songwriter narrates in his own unique way fascinating fairytales, taking us to a fantasy world where everything is possible!
The distinguished Greek composer and conductor Stavros Xarhakos meets old and new friends on a journey to the most glorious moments of the Greek music history. He is directing the 12-member orchestra K.O.E.M. in a special series of performances on the main stage at GazArte!
From the 3rd of December, the 51st edition of the Thessaloniki International Film Festival brings the modern Arab cinema into the spotlight! Don’t miss one of the highlights of the festival: the retrospective special tribute to the world renowned Iraqi film maker Mohamed Al-Daradji, and his films (among which the award-winning “Son of Babylon”)!