• National Opera


    Don Carlo | Giuseppe Verdi

    The new year started with one of the most important operas of Verdi’s mature period that returned to the GNO: Don Carlo, based on Friedrich Schiller’s play of the same title, shall be presented in its Italian five-act version (Modena, 1886), directed by the great British director and former artistic director of London’s Royal National Theatre Sir Nicholas Hytner, with sets and costumes by Bob Crowley.

  • Athinon Theatre


    On Friday 20th of December MCA Friends attended the play "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf" directed by Konstantinos Markoulakis.

  • The Embassy of Italy in Greece


    Visit to the Embassy of Italy

    The Embassy of Italy in Greece welcomed MCA Friends for an exclusive private tour provided by his excellency the Ambassador Efisio Luigi Marras.

  • First Cemetery of Athens



    On Saturday the 16th of November, MCA Friends, visited the First Cemetery of Athens, which is one of the most important outdoor glyptotheques of Europe. Dated from the 18th century, its grounds host prominent monumental sculptures and are the resting place of renowned Greeks.

  • Benaki Museum


    Alexis Akrithakis | "Tsiki-Tsiki"

    The exhibition was organised on the occasion of the 80th anniversary from the birth and 25 years from the passing of the Greek artist, Alexis Akrithakis. This show was the first systematic presentation of Alexis Akrithakis' work devoted exclusively to one of his most recognisable techniques, the "tsiki-tsiki", as writer Kostas Tachtsis named it in the mid sixties. The Cycladic Friends had the chance of viewing the exhibition in a private tour and learn everything about the artist from the curator of the show, Mr. Alexio Papazacharia.

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