Evangelakia: Entering Grades 9th through 12th in 2012; To date, we are 22 members strong, nine boys and twelve girls, committed to dancing authentic Greek dances from all over Greece. We are committed to competing at the Metropolis of NJ Folk Dance Festival, (FDF), which takes place in January every year and in 2010, 2011 & 2012 we came in 1st Place. We perform at Church festivals, including our own in November, and several festivals in the Baltimore area and as far away as Frederick and Ocean City, MD. We have performed at Port Discovery, Kenilworth Mall in Towson, Hunt Valley Mediterranean Festival, and other community events such as a fundraiser for the IOCC. We practice on Saturdays in the Fr. Monios Sociall Hall. There are times when we have additional practices when we are gearing up for special events.  Costumes are provided and we charge a yearly fee of $50.00 per student.
Dance instructors are Tina Koundouriotis and Peggy Giannakis and assisted by Nicki Sharkey. 
Diamantia: Entering Grades 5th through 8th in 2012; We also dance authentic Greek dances at Church festivals, community events like Baltimore National Aquarium and Port Discovery in downtown Baltimore, International Day at Gilman School, and we participate at FDF. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, we won 2nd place at FDF. We practice on either Saturdays or Sunday’s after church with additional dates and times when necessary. Costumes are provided and registration is $50.00/student.
Dance instructor is Eleni Roros.

Filakia: Entering Grades 1st to 4th in 2012; We are the youngest dance group at the Cathedral of the Annunciation. This dance group helps young children learn basic Greek dances and helps prepare them for eventually dancing with the Diamantia and Evangelakia dance groups. We perform at our Church festival and provide costumes for the dancers. We practice Sunday’s after Divine Liturgy. Dance registration is $50.00/student. 
Dance instructors are Doreen Gerovasilis and Sophie Hobbs.

 


 

Our mission is to instill the culture and tradition of Hellenism and the appreciation of this great heritage in the Greek Orthodox youth through fellowship, learning, folk dancing, and music.

We would also like to thank  Reverend Father Constantine Moralis and all the parents who have sacrificed of themselves time and time again to help us build this fellowship. Thank you!


The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation is a parish of the Metropolis of New Jersey of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, located in Baltimore, Maryland.

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