U.S. Embassy Athens proudly collaborated with The American College of Thessaloniki – Anatolia College, Deree - The American College of Greece Events, and Perrotis College – American Farm School, to provide higher education scholarships to 141 refugees in Athens and Thessaloniki.
The 1st Thessaly Chamber Music Festival will be held from June 16 to June 29 this year. The festival is organized under the auspices of the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) and the Ministry of Culture by the Region of Thessaly in collaboration with a number of local municipalities and other bodies, associations and chambers of commerce. Supported by the U.S.-based non-profit Chamber Music Hellas, the festival aims to showcase world-class musicians alongside the staggering natural beauty and cultural heritage of Thessaly.
The archive of Greek poet and lyricist Nikos Gatsos has found a permanent home at Harvard Library. The acquisition is a key addition to the Library’s collections in Greek literature and civilization and will be made available to students and scholars around the world.
The Ancient Theatre of Aptera in Chania, Crete will once again "come alive" after 17 centuries of thespian silence. Following its restoration, this unique monument of Crete will on Friday, June 29 host a dramatised narration of a rhapsody from Homer's "Odyssey", performed by actors Sofia Hill and Antonis Myriagos accompanied by Yiorgos Kaloudis on the lyre and Ruth Hill on the qanun (kanonaki in Greek).
The biggest event for the world’s most popular sport is going to get bigger. Three countries — the United States, Mexico and Canada — won a “United Bid” to host the first expanded World Cup tournament in 2026.
The LifeArt Festival hosts Hollywood films, independent productions, international photo exhibitions and VIP parties at Village Cinemas Faliro.
A festival open to the public for fans of cinema, art and social media.