Saturday, 31 October 2015


Dimitra Vidali


Dance Zumba includes aerobic elements. The choreography incorporates hip-hop, soca, samba, salsa, merengue and mambo. Approximately 15 million people receive weekly Zumba classes in over 200,000 points of a total 180 countries.


Katerina Andrelou
Leonitsa Papadopoulou 


Recently, I had the chance to read one of the best books of John Green. Fair became bestseller, it analyzes with admirable way the temperament of a girl with cancer and the love of a boy, which discovers a spirit brother.
One of the most important books ever were with incredible honesty and humor.

Katerina Zotali 

November Celebrities Birthday's

1/11 Penn Bagley, Anthony Kiedis
2/11 Nelly, David Schwimmer
4/11 Sean Diddy Combs, Matthew McConaughey
5/11 Μιχάλης Χατζηγιάννης, Kevin Jonas
6/11 Emma Stone, Ethan Hawke
7/11 David Guetta, Lorde

Dimitra Vidali 


•Kida ft tinie tempah- turn the music louder (rumble)
•One direction- perfect
•Weeknd- the hills
•Drek- hptline blings
•Justin bieber- what do you mean
•Naughty boy/ beyonce/ a benjamin- runnin (lose it all)
•Jemie lawson- wasn't expecting that
•Sleepy tom & diplo- be right there
•R city ft adam levine- locked away
•Ellie groulding- on my mind
Dimitra Vidali

The last black cat

Author: Evgenios Trivizas

The hero of the story tells the life, problems and difficulties. He is talking about the story with people who kill black cats, because they thought they bestow bad luck.
He also tells that he met a cat Evenina ... and that after some time in people's homes there were hundreds of mice, they did not know how exterminate them.
That's why people stopped killing cats and FA.PA.DOK the company, the company that helped kill black cats lost and closed. ..
So cats multiplied and everything was calm. Our hero sitting in a warehouse roof and saw the sea and tasting the fresh air. Seeing however the Evenina to feed the seven full black kittens were very happy ...
They had all finished. .. Everything was calm now, at some time no one will remember what happened except him. ...
A unique book that you learn that different is not bad, just ordinary! !!

Basiliki Pertesi

Thursday, 29 October 2015

I need your love

Singer: Shaggy
Song: I need your love Orville Richard Burrell CD (born October 22, 1968, Kingston), best known by his stage name Shaggy, is a Jamaican-Canadian [1]reggae fusion singer and deejay. He is best known for his hit singles "Boombastic", "It Wasn't Me", "Hey Sexy Lady", and "Angel". He is said to have taken his stage name from his shaggy hair. He is also known in Canada as "Manitoba's First Son."[1]

   Irene Intzirtzi


The age of Adaline

Born in the early 20th century, the Antalain Bowman knew he never would be able to get a taste of the magic of the 21st century, until a near fatal car accident changed once and for all life.
The Antalain, in a seemingly magical moment, he manages to escape marginally from death and won eternal youth.
At the age of 29, the young woman stopped growing for the next almost eight decades. He lives a lonely life, trying to keep hidden the secret of which is known only by the elderly, anymore, daughter.
But a chance encounter with the charismatic Ellis Jones relives her passion for life and love and the first Antalain looks ready to share her life with someone.
When the secret is in danger during a weekend at the home of his parents, the Antalain takes a decision that will change her life forever.

Katerina Annisi 

Tuesday, 27 October 2015


Italian movie, duration 155'
Direction, Giuseppe Tornatore
With Philippe Noiret, Zak Peren
At the end of 1940, a village of Sicily, a boy discovers the magic of cinema and befriends the mechanical display, which replaces and when he is blinded in an accident.
A beautiful and moving film, a masterpiece.
Magical, nostalgic, travels true.
A symbol of the film "cinema paradiso" which was awarded the special prize of the Cannes Film Festival and became a worldwide success.    

                  Research~Presentation Rafaela Zioti

Monday, 26 October 2015

Letters to Juliet

Direction: Gary Winick

Starring: Amanda Seyfried,Gael Garcia Bernal,Vanessa Redgrave,Christopher Egan,Franco Nero

Scenario: Jose Rivera,Tim Sullivan

Production Time: 2010

Movie Type: Drama-Sentimental-Comedy

Duration: 105’

Case: A young American girl goes to Verona of Italy,with her fiance for his chores. City known for the romance of Romeo and Juliet.The girl becames member of a group as a volunteer who answers to letters,recipient as “Juliet” for those who askes for her advice in love issues.The young girl answers a letter written years ago and the sender is an old woman now,looking for the lost young love and travels in Italy.

The events to come brings the love to the lifes of those two women like they never had thought about.

The movie provokes you innocent feelings,romantic thoughts,because of the fairytale elements and the reality,without meesing the..

Drama and the Comedy 


          Rafaela Zioti


Saturday, 24 October 2015


The literature used by some people as a means of expression of their thoughts and their hopes.Literature is an amazing means of expressions. Many took it and "coined" in such a way that their views about the world and life to be heard in public. Over the years, literature has undergone various changes were designed to synthesize the different species, such as the literature as imitation as an expression and as a esthetic pleasure. Every year issued many literary books with incredible stories and views on life.

                                                            Presentation by Katerina Zotali



The tango is music in 2/4 or 4/4 rhythm and corresponding dance. Tango was born in the region of Río de la Plata, that in Argentina and Uruguay and spread almost all over the world. The Spanish word tango probably comes from the Niger Congo language family of West Africa and is related to the word tamgu dance / dance of language Ibibio this family

                                               research, presentation
                           Katerina Andrelou        Leonitsa Papadopoulou


Justin Bieber-what do you mean
R city ft adam levin-locked away
Sam smith-writing's pn the wall
Philip george& Anton  powers- Alone no more
Ellie Grouldong- On my mind
Naughti boy/Beyonce/A Benjamin-Rinnin'(lose it all)
Sigala- eazy love 
Dreke- hotine bling 
Calvin harris- how deep is your love
Pia mia ft chris brown- Do it again
 Research, presentation
 Dimitra Vidali

Friday, 23 October 2015

Music in History

Music is a social process, an art addressed to, performed with, and enjoyed in the company of others. In all places and at all times music has been woven into the fabric of community life. Like architecture, music in society is a coordinating force. Its function may be as elementary as that of a work song or that of a symphony. Music, then, is one of the experiences by which people realize their humanity and create meanings for life.     

Music has a direct relation to the various social occasions for which it is designed. Like the other arts, it is always addressed to some segment of society. Religious events, civic celebrations, and official functions all call for appropriate music. And, in previous times, special music was usually commissioned for such purposes.  

Since music has so many functions to fulfill, the very diversity of the sources of patronage is one of its special protections. In periods such as the middle Ages, the church selected, educated, and encouraged the finest available talents. During the Renaissance, the musical direction tented more toward country entertainment, and many noblemen supported the training of numerous outstanding musicians. In modern times, a vast and anonymous group patron known as “the public” contributes to its support, not for the composer, but for the free market – the concert hall, the opera house, and the recording industry.

Like other works of art, a piece of music is a bridge between the world of inner experience and the world of external reality. Through the eyes and ears of their musicians, societies can see and hear aspects of their world they never saw or heard before. Composers are as deeply sensitive to their environment as any of their fellow citizens. Music moves its mountains slowly, yet it shapes the spirit of humanity, as surely as any other force. Composers live in the world of tone. Through their tonal perceptions they direct their moving materials, build their sonorous masses, and create their musical shapes. As they put together the sounds that reflect their experiences and reactions to the world, they must obviously do so in terms of a tonal language that their audience can understand. The music of a period tells not only of its harmonies but also of tis conflicts. In periods of oppression, music represents the passion of the human heart. In periods of religious revival, it sings out declarations of faith. In ages of reason, it reflects the logical processes of well-ordered minds. There are those, however, who feel strongly that history is irrelevant to a particular piece of music, because the musical work is essentially a personal document, a record of how one person felt and reacted. In this view, all music is self-expression. It is a personal autobiography rather than a social commentary. Some individuals are by nature more sensitive than others… 

Music adapts itself to all conditions of society. It is a courtly art, an art of the salon, the lyric expression of the revolutionaries. And it will be the voice of the democratic societies of the future, as it was the voice of the aristocratic societies of the past. No formula will hold it. It is the song of centuries and the flower of history. Its growth pushes upward from the griefs as well as from the joys of humanity.

                             Presentation by Stavros Kottakis