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Upcoming Events
Hellenic Dinner — April 29th
Details TBA
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

World Fiesta Day —April 24th
11AM – 4PM in the Dustbowl, Check it out!
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

Church during Easter Weekend — April 21st/22nd
Easter Night — April 23rd PARTY at Rumor
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? Greek Independence Day Parade — April 9th
Details TBA
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? Dinner Night — April 7th
  • 7 PM in Gabelli 303
  • Hellenic Society is cooking for YOU!
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? Hellenic Society Elections — April 5th
  • 5:30 PM in Carney 036
  • ?Descriptions of Positions will be sent out
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? Movie Night with Hellenic Society - March 31st
Details TBA
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? AHANA Ball — March 24th
  • 8PM at Fairmont Copley Plaza
  • Purchase tickets at the McElroy ticket booth Mon-Thurs of next week
  • Tickets are $30
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

? Orthodox Christian Fellowship Event “Are you down with G-O-D?” - March 21st
  • Devlin 010, 8PM
  • Spend a night exploring Eastern Orthodox Christianity with Dr. Katos and Rev. Pentiuc
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

St. Patrick's Day Party! - March 17th
A festive soiree, March 17th, 10:30PM at 33 Wilson Park (Tim’s place).
Posted 3-20-06 by Brad Hayes

Greek Music Concert with "Journey to Ithaca"
What: Greek Music Concert with "Journey to Ithaca"
When: Sunday January 29 2006, 6pm-9pm
Where: MIT Main Kresge Auditorium, http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=Kresge+Auditorium
Tickets: student $8, non-student $20, reserve at proedreio@mit.edu, also available at door

Free parking is available behind the auditorium.

Makis Emmanouilidis (vocals & guitar)
Thanasis Haberis (vocals & percussion)
Dimitrios Ioannidis (bouzouki)
Ivan Radkov (keyboards)
Paul Sampsonis (guitar & vocals)
Nektaria Sofou-Boustris (vocals)
Mark Turnbull (bass)
Panayiotis Vorvis (bouzouki)
Posted 1-25-06 by Brad Hayes

A Concert by the Soloists of ALEA III
WHEN: Wednesday, December 7, 2005, at 8:00 PM
WHERE: Tsai Performance Center, 685 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston University
ADMISSION: Free

The event is partially sponsored by Boston University.

DIRECTIONS: Boston University's Tsai Performance Center, is located on the B branch
of the MBTA Green Line, at the Boston University East stop, and is wheelchair-accessible. There is parking available behind the building. Entrance from Bay State Road

For more information: www.aleaiii.com
Contact: Alexandros Kalogeras (781) 793-8902, kalogeras@earthlink.net

The soloists:
Pamela Murray, Nikki Muller, Tamara Hickey, soprano
Stephen Pixley, baritone
Melissa Mielens and Alicia DiDonato , flute
Michael Norsworthy, clarinet - Adam McColley, trombone
Krista Buckland Reisner, violin
Hugh Hinton, Konstantinos Papadakis and Yukiko Shimazaki, piano

The works:

Paul Chihara - Trio Nostalgico
for violin, clarinet and piano

Michael Damian - Marsyas
for solo flute

George Couroupos - Little Red Riding Hood a musical for four vocalists and piano

Brian Fennelly - Corollary IV
for trombone and piano

Jay Reise - Three Pictures from the Devil in the Flesh
for two pianos

Michael Gandolfi - Geppetto’s Workshop
for flute and piano

Alea III is the contemporary music ensemble in residence at Boston University, a group devoted to promoting, playing, and teaching music of the twentieth century. Founded in 1978, Alea III is the third such group organized by Music Director Theodore Antoniou. The ensemble is consistent with the music it embraces---flexible in size, open to experiment and to exploration. Over the years, Alea III has offered world-première opportunities for dozens of contemporary composers, often under the composer's direction, and with extended program notes or comments. The group has performed more than 1,068 works by 620 composers--most of them living. Frequent international touring has enhanced the relationships of American performers with their colleagues and composers from other parts of the world. With its inspiration, several other other contemporary groups have been formed, offering growing opportunity to young composers and musicians to play and comprehend contemporary music.

The Greek word alea taken from Homer, means "to wander." In Latin, it refers to "a die or dice used for playing at games of chance." The term aleatoric music indicates music based upon the principles of indeterminacy as evidenced by certain random and/or statistical procedures of composition. In regard to the ensemble, aleatoric is concerned with the expression of a multiplicity of musical directions, historical styles, and performance practices.
Posted 12-05-05 by Brad Hayes

Lecture 11-16-05
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
4:15 PM
Cyprus in the EU: Prospects for Reunification, Peace with Turkey and Regional Stability
H.E. Euripides Evriviades, Ambassador of Cyprus to the United States
Lower Auditorium, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies
27 Kirkland Street, Cambridge
Co-sponsored with the Southeastern Europe Study Group, Center for European Studies
Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

Lecture 11-14-05
Monday, November 14, 2005
4:00 PM
Truth, Falsehood and the Politics of Verification in a Globalizing
Turkish Media
Mr. Andrew Finkel, Journalist
Taubman 275/Kalb Seminar Room, 2nd Floor, Taubman Building
John F. Kennedy School of Government
Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

SASA's Diwali and Eid Diner
Saturday, November 5, 2005
6:30-8:00 PM
Ignacio Basement Lounge

Food catered from a local restaurant that has generously lowered the price for the fundraiser.
We will be serving chicken curry, saag paneer, naan, kher, and mango juice!
Suggested donation: $7

All proceeds will go towards earthquake relief efforts in Pakistan, Kashmir, and India.
Posted 11-03-05 by Brad Hayes

The Uprising of November 17th and the Seven-year Junta
A multi-media presentation by Angelos Athanasopoulos

Thursday, November 3, 2005
7:00 PM
Maliotis Cultural Center
50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline, Massachusetts
Information: 617-522-2800
Reception to follow
Posted 11-03-05 by Brad Hayes

A screening of the film:
A Touch of Spice
( Politiki kouzina , Greece/Turkey, 2003, 108 min.)
Wiener Auditorium, Thursday November 3rd (this Thursday), 6pm
Brought to you by EuroFilm and the Greek Caucus

Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

Olympic Forum 11-02-05
FORUM: THE ATHENS GAMES: Resolving the Greek Paradox,
Gianna Angelopolous-Daskalaki, Former President,
Organizing Committee for the ATHENS 2004 Olympic Games
A Public Address - Kennedy School's Office of External
Affairs - John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
11/02/2005, 6:00 PM | Info
Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

"On Stage" - A Series of Live Performances
Sponsored by Hellenic College/Holy Cross
at 7PM at the Maliotis Cultural Center (50 Goddard Ave. Brookline, MA 02445)
There will be LIVE performances from the Balkans and Mediterranean Regions
Tickets will be sold at the Door for $5
For more information call (219) 973-1324
Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

Lecture 11-02-05
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
4:30 PM
Domestic Justice for International Crimes in Serbia
A Conversation with Serbian Judges and Prosecutors from the New War
Crimes / Organized Crimes Court
Pound Hall, Room 201, Harvard Law School
Posted 11-01-05 by Brad Hayes

OXI Day - 10/30/05 (3:00pm)
Please join us for the commemoration of OXI Day, October 28th, 1940

Sponsored by the Federation of Hellenic-American Societies of New England
Sunday, October 30, 2005, 3 o’clock p.m.
Maliotis Cultural Center, 50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline
Master of Ceremonies: Mrs. Carol Travayiakis
Traditional Greek dances performed by local dance groups
Poetry recitals by Greek school students
The Honorable Consul General of Greece Mr. Konstantin Bikas will be joining us for a final farewell, prior to departing for his new post
Reception immediately following commemoration.
Posted 10-20-05 by Brad Hayes