15th Spring Organ Series Concerts

The 15th Spring Organ Series of Concerts will take place at St Paul’s Anglican Church, Athens, from Sunday 18th March 2018 until Sunday 6th May 2018.

Under the auspices of our Musical Director and Organist, MsChristina Antoniadou, BMus, MMus, LRAM (Graduate RAM & RSAMD), these series of concerts have become part of the musical life of this City. SOS is one of the longest music festivals in Athens and unique of its genre in Greece, bringing world premieres and uniting artists from many continents (Europe, Australia, South America).  The calibre and breadth of the concerts is a testament of the high regard with which Christina is held in music circles.

We hope you will make a note of the dates and come along to one, if not all, of the concerts.

For all enquiries regarding the Spring Organ Series, please contact Christina Antoniadou christina_antoniadou@yahoo.gr



Keys of Change Concert

A concert for the “Keys for Change” took place on Monday 8th January 2018  featuring the Flute, Harp & Horn, showcasing the beautiful surroundings and excellent accoustics of St Paul’s Anglican Church Athens.  “Keys of Change” is a charity that aims to advance the lives of children and young people around the world through musical education and access to live music. We are grateful to ‘photobymanios’ for producing such beautiful videos.READ MORE


Christina Maxouri Concert

St Paul’s Anglican Church Athens is proud to have been chosen as one of the venues for this prestigious arts event that takes place every year. This year on 27 – 29 June 2017 St Paul’s will be hosting Chistina Maxouri in a programme entitled: “2- + 1 postwar Laika Songs with a Baroque Orchestra”. The programme starts at 21.00 hrs.



The Atelier School Choir of Zürich

April the 27th at 20:30 at St.Paul‘s Anglican Church Athens

Henry Purcell, Remember Not, Lord, Our Offences;
Jehova Quam Multi Sunt Hostes Mei; Funeral Music for Queen Mary
Anton Bruckner, Ave Maria WAB 6; Requiem D-Moll WAB 39


14th Spring Organ Series 2017

The three spring concerts that will be organized again this year at the historic site of St Paul’s Anglican Church will include eight musicians accompanied on the 1900 Hill historic organ on the occasion of the 14th edition of the Spring Organ Series.

Continuing the non-stop tradition of the last 13 years and after the successful concerts of the past years, the Spring Organ Series continues to be part of the cultural agenda of Athens for a second decade. It continues to be inspired by spring, Easter and the original organ concerts.



Concert “Keys of Change”

Keys of Change is a charity formed by individuals who deeply believe that playing music can make this world a better place. Keys of Change aims to advance the lives of children and young people around the world through musical education and access to live classical music performances. READ MORE