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  • Festivals
    17th Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival


    17 bands, more than 150 musicians and 3 orchestras are participating in this year's festival.
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    Tango Por Dos


    Miguel Angel Zotto, choreographer, director and star of Tango Por Dos, is inspired by the history of dance, remembers its roots in dance rituals of the Indians
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    Ilias Karellas


    This Christmas Karagiozis and his friends dream to meet Santa Claus, to sneak into his workshop and get the coveted gifts.
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    Momix


    When you watch a performance of Momix, you wonder if what you see is really happening or if you are imagining it.
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    6th Young Artists’ Festival



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    Gustavo Russo


    The tango was disapproved, it became the subject of polemic, satire and analysis. “It is a sad thought that is danced”, as Enrique Santos Discepolo said.
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    Sadler’s Wells -Russell Maliphant



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    Athens Technopolis jazz festival


    Technopolis City of Athens celebrates the "Athens Technopolis jazz festival" for the 14th consecutive year hosting musical ensembles from 12 countries
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    Yuppi Du!


    Hippies, Magic Bus, Concerts, Coenobia and Love in a hitchhiking trip from the time of Lennon until the birth of Disco.
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    Cirque du Soleil


    One of the largest and most famous circus in the world aspires to show us the perpetual search for the balance between Man and Nature and ultimately their Union through a dazzling big production. Cirque du Soleil is coming in late October with Dralion
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    1st Nigerian Festival Oct. 2, 2013


    A music event that evolved into a political protest against racism, while the leader of Golden Dawn party was transported to the court, a great part of Athens was blocked for this reason and the weather was rainy.
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    1st Nigerian Festival of Music and Dance


    Nigeria, the giant of Africa, a country with 445 ethnic groups, with tremendous potentials, but also big problems, invites us to discover the magic, culture and its civilization.
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    Athens World Music Festival


    The tribute to world music is organized for the second year in Technopolis of the City of Athens from 15th to 19th July. The subtitle “PIIGS” under “Athens World Music Festival” is a political innuendo, as well as a cultural response.
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  • Books
    Edith Piaf


    “December 19, 1915, at 72 Belleville Street, Edith cries for the first time for the sufferings and sorrows of mankind. Did she realise that she was born on the cape of a policeman in the hallway of their home?
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    Athens Technopolis jazz festival


    The European Jazz Festival “Technopolis” of the Municipality of Athens, after twelve years, presents music from around the world and develops to an international “Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival”.
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  • Books
    Billie Holiday


    “I love this book”, writes David Ritz in his introduction and he is not the only one who loved it. It is not a tearful life story. The truth comes out of shocking scenes.
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  • Comics
    Jim Morrison


    Paris 1971. The lizard king has fled there to avoid prosecution in the U.S., along with Pam, Pamela Courson, the love of his life-or maybe not-leaving behind a great career.
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    Galata Mevlevi Music & Sema Ensemble


    Dervishes through a choral rite of centuries seek to purify the human soul. Their goal is the union...
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    Elias Karellas meets Burger Project on the island of Rogues


    The crew of the bursting Burger Project is sailing in stormy seas under the command of Captain Karagiozis of the known puppeteer Elias Karellas.
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    Karagiozis Music Project


    The puppeteers Athos Danellis and Elias Karellas cooperated with 7 different music ensembles and prepared the spectacle Karagiozis music project, which is presented at the summer cinema Trianon.
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    Cirque du Soleil


    “Alegria” means joy, jubilation, euphoria. The circus of the sun comes for the first time in our country and the show that has this title makes the impossible possible, the superhuman a reality.
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    Cuba Festival


    The first Cuba Festival in Greece will be held for 3 days in Athens on 28-29-30 June 2012. The festivities will begin with Calles De Cuba (Cuba Streets), which will take place on Thursday 28th and Friday, June 29th in open areas of Athens, with free music-dance performances, seminars of Cuban dances, DJ Set, etc.
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    Demonius


    A modern cabaret show with melodies and atmosphere of interwar period! Silent movies, charleston, fox-trot, swing, tango put again in a new way fire in the cabaret stage!
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    Ennio Marchetto


    Ennio Marchetto was born in Venice in 1960 and was inspired by the Disney cartoons he was watching in his childhood and the contemporary choreography of Pina Bausch, while he was growing up with the Carnival of Venice.
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    The Schoolwave at the Megaron garden


    For a second consecutive year the “stars” of the Schoolwave Festival introduce themselves to the young crowd of the Megaron through their original rock, punk and blues sounds, while trying to combine their own creativity with timeless values of the past, as is the case with the music of Manos Hadjidakis.
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  • Books
    The Death Of Bunny Munro


    ‘‘Hello, I am Bunny Munro. I represent the Eternity Enterprise. I sell products of beauty. I ask one minute from your time’’.
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    Music quickens time


    Daniel Barenboim was born in Buenos Aires in 1942 to parents of Jewish Russian descent. He gave there his first concert at the age of 7, while at 10 he moved with his family to Israel. Barenboim first came to prominence as a pianist, and then as a conductor.
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    Innocent when you dream


    ''The songs of Waits refer to drunks, prostitutes, diddlers, runaways, dives, night paths, used cars pounds, shooting in hotels and in the heart of Saturday night. Bruce Springsteen sings for such characters, but Waits sings as such character….''
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  • Books
    But Beautiful...


    Keith Jarrett characterizes the book as a little diamond. On the back page one can read that it is the only book for Jazz he recommends to his friends. ''But Beautiful'' was published in 1991 and honored with the Somerset Maugham Award. With 17 years of delay the book is finally available in Greek.
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