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Tuesday, September 10th the first cycle of Greek Language classes begin!

Sunday, September 15th from 4:00-7:00pm Opening Reception at The Greek Institute of "Athens Seen Twice" ~ An exhibition of photographs by Richard Moore. For more detailed information, click here!  

Saturday, September 28th at 8:00pm, acclaimed Greek singer, Alkistis Protopsalti will perform at Harvard's Sanders Theatre. This event is supported by The Greek Institute. Click HERE to purchase tickets. 

Sunday, October 6th from 4:00-7:00pm, "The Soul of Epirus" Concert presented by The Greek Institute, featuring legendary clarinet player Petros Loukas Halkias accompanied by his protege, Vasilis Kostas and other world-class musicians. Greek Orthodox Church Taxiarche, 25 Bigelow Avenue, Watertown, MA. For tickets:

Soul of Epirus Concert

or call The Greek Institute at 617.547.4770. Tickets: $25 in advance | $30 at the door | $20 with student ID | children 12 and under, free. Check out the artist's Facebook page HERE

Friday, November 1st at 8:30pm, "Dimitris Mpasis Live in Boston" co-presented by King Size & The Greek Institute. Ocean Side, 1290 North Shore Rd., Revere, MA 02151. 21+. For tickets call: 617.967.6266 | 617.407.8664 | 617.547.4770 or click HERE for more information. 

December 13, at 7:30pm, "A Concert of Traditional Christmas and New Year's Kalanta" from various regions of Greece, and Byzantine psalmody for the Christmas season. Featuring the Pharos Ensemble, Director, Vasilis Kostas; Psaltikon, Director, Spyridon Antonopoulos with special guest artists from Greece. First Church, 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA. Tickets: $25 | $20 with student ID | children 12 and under, free. To reserve your tickets, call The Greek Institute at 617.547.4770 | 617.876.5529 or e-mail us at

A glimpse of some of the embroideries and costumes the family of Doreen Canaday Spitzer (1914-2010), well known American Philhellene, recently donated to the Greek Institute.

Click here to view The Greek Institute's Chronology of Programs