HFC–Bucharest participates in the Night of Cultural Institutes in Bucharest – a EUNIC event – with the exhibition “Early Christian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki” and the documentary “The Return.”
June 19 – July 3, 2015
Spaţiul Public European
Str. Vasile Lascăr, nr. 31
The documentary “The Return,” is directed by Giorgos Skantalari and produced by Desproduction and the Museum of Byzantine Culture in Thessaloniki, 2014.
The exhibition of the early Christian and Byzantine monuments of Thessaloniki is presented with the support of the European Commission in Bucharest and at the initiative of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Odessa. The exhibition is presented in digital format with explanatory texts, featuring the fifteen monuments of Thessaloniki which are listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites:
– Monuments of the Early Christian period (4th to 6th century).
– Monuments of the dark centuries of the Middle Byzantine period (7th-13th century).
– Monuments of the Late Byzantine period (1204-1453).
Production: Hellenic Foundation for Culture – Odessa
Text: Dr. Flora Karagiannis, archaeologist
Photographs: Ministry of Culture and Tourism – Archive of the 9th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities, Flora Karagiannis, Sofronis Paradeisopoulos, Sotiris Haidemenos; Art direction and graphic design: Christina Pavlidou, Akron Aoton.
HFC–Bucharest invites you to “Saturday Sounds,” a concert featuring Jonas Kocher on accordion and Ilan Manouach on soprano saxophone, with Diana Miron, violin and voice, and Mitoş Micleuşanu, voice or … ?
Jonas Kocher, who is Swiss, and Ilan Manouach, who is Greek, met in Athens, both working on projects with sound and movement improvisation and formed a duo.
Saturday, February 21, 20:00 at Calea Victoriei 48-50, Bucharest, Romania.
The semester is starting, which means that our Greek classes are starting up at the HFC branches in Trieste, in Odessa, in Belgrade, Bucharest and Alexandria. However, we are particularly pleased to announce that our branch in Alexandria will begin teaching Ancient Greek in addition to Modern Greek, starting this Monday, February 9.