GNO

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GNOGirl's Night Out
GNOGreater New Orleans
GNOGnu Network Object
GNOGlobal Network Operations
GNOGuys Night Out
GNOGay Night Out
GNOGravity-Neutral Orthosis
GNOGreek National Opera (est. 1940)
GNOGratis Netwerken en Ontspannen (Dutch business networking organization)
GNOGuide Number (photography, illumination of the flash)
GNOGeminal Natural Orbital
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He has presented his work in Greece, Cyprus, Lyon, Tel Aviv, Munich and collaborated with Cyprus Theatre Organisation (THOC), Balich Worldwide Shows (Italy), Black Box Dance (Denmark), Gothenburg Opera, Malmo[THORN]e Opera, Greek National Opera and Ballet, National Theatre of Greece.
A self-administered questionnaire, containing primarily items related to the presence of injury and the body regions involved, was given to all elite ballet dancers working in the Greek National Opera. Thirty-one ballet dancers (11 males, 20 females) participated in the study, providing a response rate of 59.61%.
Catch the free shuttle bus from Syntagma Square to wander under the olive trees in this 17-hectare park, go sailing or kayaking in the canal, or catch a performance by the Greek National Opera, which is based here.
Known for his technically detailed dance works full of energy and power, choreographer and director of Greek National Opera Ballet Andonis Foniadakis's Symbiosis is set to a specially-commissioned score from Ilan Eshkeri, a British neo-classical composer known for his film scores, concert music and artistic collaborations.
Choreographer and director of Greek National Opera Ballet Andonis Foniadakis's Symbiosis is set to a specially-commissioned score from Ilan Eshkeri, a British composer known for his film scores, concert music and artistic collaborations.
When Masha's husband, Irek Mukhamedov, was appointed director of the Greek National Opera Ballet the next year, Hamilton bravely decided to move to Athens and threw herself into daily four-hour private classes.
After the colonels' government collapsed in 1974, she decided against a return to the international stage, although she did immediately become joint director of Greek National Opera and a major figure in Greek musical circles, almost to the end of her life.
Saint -- Saens: Samson et Dalila / Greek National Opera
Kostas Panagiotidis was Concertmaster of the National Symphony Orchestra of ERT and now he is Principal second violinist in the Greek National Opera Orchestra.
He has sung as a soloist with the Greek National Opera, the Opera of Thessaloniki, and with the State Orchestra of Athens.