Continuing its Sacred Music cycle in the runup to Easter, the Greek National Opera presents "Miracles from the Bible," a program comprising Benjamin Britten's "Canticle II: Abraham and Isaac," Arvo Part's "Sarah Was Ninety Years Old" and Michalis Adamis' "Yini Perivevlimeni ton Ilion I" (A Woman Clothed with the Sun).
In celebration of the centenary of the birth of Greek composer, pianist and teacher Rena Kyriakou, the Athens Concert Hall introduces two lesser-known but equally important female composers - Mario Foscarina Damaschino (1850-1921) and Eleni Lambiri (1889-1960) - in a concert with the Athens Philharmonic, conducted by Byron Fidetzis, and pianist Giorgos Constantinou. Tickets cost 8-25 euros.
Actress Zoe Laskari, best known for her stellar performances in Greek films of the late 1960s, has died at the age of 72.
According to early reports, Laskari, a former beauty queen, was found dead at her home at the coastal resort of Porto Rafti, east of Athens.
The cause of her death has not been released.
The world of 1950s cinema, comics and pop music is brought to vivid life in "Haris Lambert: Put on Your Dancing Shoes," at the Radisson Blu Park Hotel through Monday, July 31. The exhibition, curated by Eleni Athanasiou, brings together a selection of pop art pieces by the Greek artist which convey the nonchalance of the era in his signature whimsical style.