Crete 4000 Years in Art and Music

lagoutoThe 31st Greek Festival of Sydney in conjunction with Kogarah City Council proudly presents

Crete: 4000 Years in Art and Music

The history of the Great Island, told through music from ancient, medieval and modern Crete, together with short readings and images representing Crete’s rich and diverse artistic and literary traditions.
Musicians: Kiriaki and Dimitris Koubaroulis (ancient and medieval music), Andonis Petrandonakis and Angelo Goutzios (traditional and modern melodies and songs). Reader: Christine Kanellakis. Co-ordinator and narrator:  Dr Alfred Vincent.

Date:         Wednesday 3 April
Venue:     St George Auditorium, 4-16 Montgomery St, Kogarah
Time:         7pm
Cost:         $15
Contact:     02 9750 0440 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Language:     Narration in English, readings in Greek and in English translation

Anzacs and the Aegean

Anzacs and the AegeanThe Lemnos Heritage of Gallipoli

Speaker: Dr John Yiannakis

While much has been written about Gallipoli, the role of Lemnos has been marginalised. As the Gallipoli centenary approaches, this presentation aims to demonstrate the importance of Lemnos to the entire Anzac campaign and to present the case for research to redress the under-representation of Lemnos in the history ofGallipoli and  World War One.

24/04/2013 @7:00pm
206 - 210 Lakemba St
Lakemba NSW 2195
Free Entry
02 9750 0440
Language English


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