Bernard-Henri Levy: Nationalism represents a threat to the European idea

Bernard-Henri Levy has been one of the most prominent figures of the French intelligentsia for a good four decades. He was at the forefront of the Nouveaux Philosophes (New Philosophers) movement that broke from its communist roots and sought to deconstruct Marxism.

Bernard-Henri Levy | Athens | April 1

One of the most prominent figures of the French intelligentsia for a good four decades, French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy will be in Athens to stage his work "Looking for Europe" - a monologue about the future of the European idea which is threatened by the rise of nationalism - at the Pallas Theater on Monday, April 1, at 8 p.m..

Hindi Zahra | Thessaloniki & Athens | May 3 & 4

Franco-Moroccan sensation Hindi Zahra returns to Greece after a sold-out show at the Pallas Theater in Athens last year, for two new performances. The soul-folk act will play the Principal Club Theater in Thessaloniki on May 3 and Athens's Fuzz Club on May 4, with tickets already on sale, starting at 22 euros.

Carla Bruni | Athens | October 23-24

Singer-songwriter and France's former first lady Carla Bruni will launch the world tour for her latest album, "French Touch," at the Pallas Theater in Athens, with two shows on October 23 and 24. Bruni's sixth album is a collection of covers, including jazz, pop and rock, sung in English and produced by legendary Canadian producer, composer and musician David Foster.

Prague Philharmonic | Athens | February 13-14

The world-renowned Prague Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates Valentine's Day with two concerts titled "Love Goes to the Movies" at the Pallas Theater in Athens on Monday, February 13, and Tuesday, February 14. The ensemble is conducted by Friedemann Riehle and presents soloists Sabina Olijve on vocals, Natalia Lisniak on the violin and Marcel Javorcek on piano.