Greek Poet Cavafy’s Home And Museum In Alexandria To Be Restored
Τhe Cavafy Museum in Alexandria is set to be restored by the Onassis Foundation in collaboration with the Hellenic Foundation for Culture,
Cavafy: The Greek Poet Master at Saying a Lot with Very Little
Greek poet Konstantinos Kavafis brought an international aura to modern Greek poetry, by being a master at saying a lot with very little.
Patriarch Theodore II Rededicates Greek Community’s Church in Alexandria
Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa, Theodore II, rededicated the renovated Greek Orthodox church of the Assumption of Mary (Koimisis tis Theotokou) in Alexandria, Egypt. After chanting the Greek national anthem, Patriarch Theodore stated that "the African Church, instead of...
Cavafy: Born and Died On April 29
Constantine P. Cavafy, one of the greater Greek poets and responsible for the revival and recognition of Greek poetry abroad, was born and died on April 29. He was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1863. His parents were from Constantinople, current Istanbul....
UNSW Pays Tribute to Cavafy
The UNSW Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences is organizing an International Symposium paying tribute to Constantine Cavafy, from June 18 to 20. For the anniversary of 150 years since his birth and 80 years since his death, the...
“Waiting for the Barbarians” Opera by Cavafy Premieres at Tasmania’s MONA FOMA
The new opera "The Barbarians", produced by Hobart-based opera company IHOS and composed by artistic director Constantine Koukias, opened last week in Hobart as part of the Festival of Music and Art (FOMA). Based on the poem Waiting for...