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2013 GHCS: History Music & Dance within the eras
Title:
2013 GHCS: History Music & Dance within the eras
When:
30.05.2013 19.00 h
Where:
Kelvin Club - Melbourne
Category:
Education

Description

By John Kostarakis
Entry: Free

Music, Song and Dance are an integral part of the Greek way of life. It is important to understand how expression through music and dance has been influenced by evolution and phenomenon over hundreds of years.

 

Biography

John Kostarakis was born in Melbourne, growing up in a traditional Greek family embracing tradition, religion, and language. Like many of his ancestors, music has always expressed him. After his study and time in the corporate field, he decided to follow his calling.

Since his studies in Performing Arts, John has performed at many music venues across Australia  until the present day. He has worked at several Greek Language Schools and has taught dance and singing at various Greek organizations across Melbourne.

He is the current principal of the Greek school “Nestoras College” where his primary focus is the preservation and the sharing of our language and cultural inheritance.

John has dedicated his life to researching the Greek culture, often travelling to remote, almost abandoned, regions in Greece. He strongly believes that for our language to survive and to move forward, language learning must incorporate even more so, the use of song, drama and dance as language and identity learning tools.

 

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The Greek History & Seminars Cultural sub-committee would like to thank Mrs Annette Scales, the Access Yea Community Education Program Manager, for sponsoring the presentation by John Kostarakis titled “The History of Music & Dance and its importance within the eras”
Such generous contributions encourage and ensure the continuation of the Greek History & Cultural Seminars series. Once again we extend our gratitude to Mrs Annette Scales.

Venue

Venue:
Kelvin Club   -   Website
Street:
Melbourne Place
Postcode:
3000
Suburb:
Melbourne
State:
VIC
Country:
Country: au

The Kelvin Club, with a history dating back to 1865, is a private member's club located in the heart of Melbourne.  Membership is drawn from the academic, corporate, legal, medical, arts, public service and private business communities.  The Club is inclusive, with both men and women forming a stimulating and diverse community.  

The inclusive environment, fine dining and comfortable facilities are ideal for members who enjoy participating in a broad range of club activities.    Members can invite friends and guests to to join then in all The Kelvin Club functions. Friends and guests can become members themselves and enjoy the full range of club benefits. 

Alphington Grammar Koinotika Nea - the Greek Community newsletter Requirements for Greek Citizenship

 

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