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Zorba (Theodorakis-Keveházi) in Budapest November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Hellenic Light Europe.
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Zorba (Theodorakis-Keveházi)
When > Friday, 17 November 2006 19:00
Where > Erkel Színház
What > Dance (ballet)

Zorba the elusive Greek Tzigane, Zorba the archetype of the primordial attachment to life and Zorba the problematic modern man, these are the three interpretations.

Zorba is intellectually and emotionally mobile, according to the tradition of the ancient Mediterranean peoples, and he is capable of being self-sufficient: he says what he thinks and does what he pleases. Legend has him as an impetuous character, full of ardour, vehemence and enthusiasm.

Tickets are Ft 600; Ft 700; Ft 2,000; Ft 3,200 and Ft 4,900 from Jegymester.
1065 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 31, Hungary
Phone: 302-4433; 302-3333
Transport: M3, Arany János utca
Website: www.jegymester.hu


Carnival of fun in Athens November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Greece Athens.
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Fancy having a week of parties and parades to enjoy on your next holiday? If so, fly to Athens for its annual carnival season in mid-February.

This event celebrates the culture of both Greece and its capital with a series of processions, performances, markets and more.

A diverse array of arts remain the focus of this event, with seeing bands and artists specialising in music from Greece and Asia Minor, as well as the Latino, pop and Greek new wave genres.

As you would expect for a carnival, the parades tend to be nothing less than spectacular, with participants dressing up in colourful costumes while marching and dancing through the streets of Athens.

To make this a family affair, children get their own series of events to enjoy, while both food and drink flow freely throughout. And with Athens being a city imbued with a long, rich history, sightseers will find much to appreciate when the festivities are over.

Exhibition in Melbourne “The Macedonian Cause” November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Hellenic Light Oceania.
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The director of the Macedonian Cause Museum, Vasilis Nikoltsios, is to open in Melbourne on Friday the photo exhibition “Macedonian Cause 1904-1908”.

The photographic material comes from the Macedonian Cause Museum, from the personal archives of Mrs. Natalia Ioannidou, grand-daughter of Pavlos Melas and Mr. Nikoltsios.

An impressive album containing pictures and text in English, describing the Macedonian Cause will also be exhibited.

Greek politicians at the Tusseau Museum November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Politics.
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Madam Tusseau Museum in London is to exhibit from the coming week the wax images of three great Greek politicians, Eleftherios Venizelos, Konstantinos Karamanlis and Andreas Papandreou.

The uncovering of the new exhibits is to be made by the Prime Minister, Costas Karamanlis, as announced by the Minister of Tourism, Fani Palli-Petralia, who will also be the hostess of the evening.

Thessaloniki Film Festival November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Movies Life Greek.
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The 47th Film Festival will be opening its doors on the 17th of November in Thessaloniki.

Since 1992 there has been an effort made to establish the film festival as the most important film event in the Balkans and a place of presenting and promoting Greek productions.

For the first time in the festival’s history the competitive part includes a significant number of films making the official first show in Thessaloniki.

From the 14 films, 4 are making their premiere internationally and 2 of them in Europe.

Robotic surgery in Greece November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Health & Fitness.
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Robotic surgery is now a reality in Greece, turning a page in our country’s surgical history. The first system has been installed in a private hospital but soon another system will be installed in a public hospital.

Robotic surgery is applied in serious operations and its advantages are, decrease in hospitalization time and less risk of complications during and after the surgery. The whole procedure is bloodless since is done through small incisions.

Hellenic Exchanges launches roadshow in US November 17, 2006

Posted by grhomeboy in Business & Economy, Shows & Conferences.
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Hellenic Exchanges SA, the operator of the Athens Stock Exchange, the Athens Derivatives Exchange and NEXA, on Friday began a roadshow in the United States.

The five-day event includes meetings with institutional investors in New York, New Jersey, Boston and Chicago. During the roadshow, Hellenic Exchanges’ management will have one-on-one meetings with a total 45 institutional funds with activities in the Greek capital market.

Hellenic Exchange also participated in the 8th Annual Capital Link Forum held in New York, entitled “Greece in the Era of Reforms”. During the forum, the New York Stock Exchange honoured Greek Economy and Finance Minister George Alogoskoufis, the Athens Stock Exchange for the 130th anniversary since its founding and ASE chairman Spyros Kapralos. Afterwards, the Greek minister and the ASE chairman rang the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Kapralos will also address the Capital Link Forum, where he is expected to focus on the development of the Greek market based on transparency, reducing costs and restructuring operations, along with the successful launch of a common trading platform with the Cyprus Stock Exchange.