Celebrate the New Year: Greek-American Community Going On!
It is the Hollywood Greek Festival which is hosted by St. George Greek Orthodox Church in N. th Avenue in Hollywood The festival will run from January -. The event will include authentic Greek dishes and desserts alongside live entertainment and dancing. The community’s award winning dance troupe will also be performing. The once-a year event offers an opportunity to learn in dancing and also win the grand prize by participating in a raffle. You can also make lasting memories with children from The Fun Zone. This festival is the only where you can find orzo daiquiris an original invention.
PhiloThought invites all the public to join the Annual Young Professionals Vasilopita Brunch, a charitable event held on Saturday, January at Skinos Restaurant in Lower Manhattan. With a view of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine, this event marks the beginning of the New Year with all proceeds being allocated towards PhiloThought’s programming as well as a scholarship program for economically disadvantaged students. To get a discount on registration, make sure you register before the month of January. Go to https://bit.ly/GIs for more details. PhiloThought is also inviting to for the Newport Winter Glendi Greek Dance located in Middletown (Rhode Island).
UCLA Stavros Niarchos Foundation invites attendees to come out on Saturday, January 1st from 5pm in MacGowan Hall, Los Angeles, for an evening of Winter Glendi. Live dancing of The Norwalk Pontian Society, with accompanying music from Fotia. Admission is $ for Adults with a child age younger.
“Polymnia,” the world’s premiere “Polymnia” An experimental chamber opera, will be a pleasure. It tells the tale of a woman who has to overcome combat and trauma with courage and then considers how her life experiences have affected generations of people. The next performance of the opera will be held on February 2nd at 5:00 pm. The show uses Sappho’s poem and Kassiane’s hymns as well as 4 generations of family papers oral histories, personal photos that tell the tale of Polymnia her great-grandmother, Polymnia Pappas. It is the story of a young girl, whose home was destroyed by.
The event is under the auspices of the Consulate General of Greece located in Los Angeles and made possible by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNFand the National Endowment for the Arts This event will present Roussos’ musical score inspired through its Greek Cypriot American background and elements of Byzantine or Greek traditional music. In both Greek and English and, Polymnia is deep personal and social diaspora experiences – an expression of what’s lost, retained as well as what cannot be ignored in light of the Asia Minor catastrophe. Plain Wood Productions provided this production.
The Pan-Rhodian Society of America Apollon of New York cordially invites all to its annual cutting of the Vasilopita to be held immediately following the Divine Liturgy and Artoklasia services at the Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Orthodox Monastery of St. Irene Chrysovalantou, located on Avenue rd in Astoria, on January nd. They will be held from the morning until around 8:00 AM. For more information please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In conclusion, Polymnia – with its compositional score that was inspired in Greek Cypriot American culture and an influence from Byzantine as well as Greek folk music – is a captivating reminder of the impact of the Asia Minor Catastrophe and its impact on the world of today. This powerful performance is feasible because of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and National Endowment for the Arts. Additionally, it can be broadcast to audiences across throughout the world through the Consulate General of Greece in Los Angeles. Polymnia, a beautiful fusion of words, music and storytelling, is an inspirational reminder of what’s lost in diaspora cannot be truly forgotten.