Web SAE
SAE News Hellenes Abroad / Greece

Hellenes Abroad / Greece


The ancient Greeks «conquer» the United States
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 01.02.2012
Not one, but two major exhibitions will be presented in the U.S. in 2013-2014, since 564 artifacts from the world of Ancient Greece will be travelling along the 300 byzantine masterpieces from Greek collections. Following yesterdays approval on behalf of the Central Archaeological Council, the exhibition titled “The Greeks. From Agamemnon to ... more
Two concerts by Vassilis Lekas in Germany
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 01.02.2012
This February, Vassilis Lekas will be in Germany to perform in two concerts, presenting selected compositions by great composers. The first concert will take place in Frankfurt, February 17 at “Die Fabrik”, 20:00, organized by Costas Tsapakidis, followed by a concert in Schwetzingen on February 18, in “Luther-Saal (Manheimer 36), at 20:00, or... more
Message on the Day of Greek Letters. Greek Embassy in Washington awards certificates of attainment in Greek Message on the Day of Greek Letters. Greek Embassy in Washington awards certificates of attainment in Greek
Hellenes Abroad / Greece New York , 01.02.2012
“In this current difficult and constantly changing reality, the message of the three Hierarchs is particularly topical”, mentions SAE U.S.A. Region coordinator Theodore Spyropoulos, on occasion of the celebration of Greek Letters and the Feast of the Three Hierarchs. Mr. Spyropoulos points out that “These days the Greek – American Community... more
«Waiting for the Barbarians» by Cavafy in Tasmania’s MONA FOMA Festival
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Melbourne , 01.02.2012
“The Barbarians”, an opera based on Cavafy’s poem “Waiting for the Barbarians”, by Greek – Australian director Constantine Koukas, which was presented at the 2012 MONA FOMA festival in Tasmania, received praising reviews. The opera was performed in modern Greek with bilingual narration, while principal roles were performed by Athanasia Hounda... more
Greek Pharmacist Sets Example of CSR for Russia Greek Pharmacist Sets Example of CSR for Russia
Hellenes Abroad / Greece St. Petersburg , 01.02.2012
Ask Russian top managers and company owners what it takes to succeed in business, and the stories they tell you will generally have little to do with being humane, helping others and caring for the environment. However, this is exactly what George Korres, one of Greece’s leading businessmen and the founder of the internationally recognized Korre... more
NSW tribute to Angelopoulos
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Melbourne , 01.02.2012
Greek filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos will have his work honoured through a screening of his first short film Oi Ekpombi by the Greek Orthodox Community of New South Wales. The screening will talk place on Sunday 12 February at the Greek Community's Hall at Lakemba at 5:00 pm. After the screening Dr Vrasidas Karalis will talk about Angelopoulos'... more
Greek – American Professor Vassilis Angelopoulos participates in UCLA study solving the mystery of vanishing electrons Greek – American Professor Vassilis Angelopoulos participates in UCLA study solving the mystery of vanishing electrons
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 01.02.2012
After years of efforts, UCLA researchers have explained the puzzling disappearing act of energetic electrons in Earth's outer radiation belt, taking one step closer towards understanding and predicting space weather phenomena. The team of scientists, including Greek-American UCLA Professor, Vassilis Angelopoulos, using data collected from a f... more
3D screenings of Acropolis monuments at the Acropolis Museum 3D screenings of Acropolis monuments at the Acropolis Museum
Hellenes Abroad / Greece Athens , 31.01.2012
The much photographed and videotaped monuments of Athens' Acropolis never cease to amaze visitors with their perfection and beauty, but how many people are aware of the "secrets" behind the unique Parthenon, the magnificent Propylaea or the temples of the Erechtheion and Athena Nike? As of this coming weekend, February 4-5, the monuments of t... more