Michailidou-Christopoulos 347x222

“Musical kinship ties”, a recital

“Musical kinship ties”, a recital by Natalia Michailidou (piano) and Vanghelis Christopoulos (oboe), will be held on the 19th March, at 8:30pm, at St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Philellinon 27 & Amalias Avenue (metro station: Syntagma). Organised by specs ‘n’ arts, the entrance fee is €12 (students €10). Tickets are also available online via www.ticketservices.gr, or can be booked by calling 210.723.45.67.READ MORE

Karayianni-Spanatis-Yakas

“Belle nuit… nuit d’amour”

“Belle nuit… nuit d’amour,” a repertoire of arias, duets and songs with Irini Karayianni (mezzo soprano), Nikos Spanatis (counter tenor) and Dimitris Yakas (piano), will fill St. Paul’s Anglican Church (Philellinon 27, metro Syntagma) on the 7th March at 8:30pm. Organised by specs ‘n’ arts, tickets at the door are €12 (students €10), but are also available online via www.ticketservices.gr, or by calling 210.723.45.67.

Love songs of different genres, from the Baroque period through to Greek operetta -including a ‘pinch’ of jazz!- promise to make this particular “Musical Moment at St. Paul’s” a beautiful evening, an evening full of love – one to remember for a long time to come. The church’s acoustics are particularly suited to the rich voices of Irini Karayianni and Nikos Spanatis, both of them acclaimed soloists with impressive track records. Accompanied by virtuoso pianist Dimitris Yakas, in his own right a talented musician with an international career, they propose an unexpected musical journey, full of personal interpretations and unpredictable juxtapositions.

Apostolia Anastassiou & Fotis Patseas in recital -two Romantic sonatas at St. Pauls Anglican church

Romantic sonatas for piano and cello

Young and talented, soloists Apostolia Anastassiou (piano) and Fotis Patseas (cello) propose their own interpretation of two sonatas of the Romantic period at St. Paul’s Church, Philellinon 27 & Amalias Avenue (metro: Syntagma) on Saturday 5th March at 8:30pm. Organised by specs ‘n’ arts, tickets at the door are €12 (students €8), but are also available online via www.ticketservices.gr, or by calling 210.723.45.67.READ MORE

Bosphorus+Aidulo

Piret Aidulo and the Bosphorus Quintet make music out of air

Estonian organist Piret Aidulo and the Bosphorus Wind Quintet will fill St. Paul’s with the sound of music combining its pipe organ with wind instruments – and inaugurating the Spring Organ Series’ 13th season. Held on the 28th February at Philellinon 27, the concert begins at 8:30pm and is organised by specs ‘n’ arts, under the artistic direction of Christina Antoniadou. Tickets: €10 (students €8), also available online via www.ticketservices.gr or by calling 210.72.34.567.READ MORE

s300_s300_Submit_computer_keyboard_button

British Consular Service Survey in Greece

THE CONSULAR OFFICE of the British Embassy in Athens is carrying out an online survey among British nationals about their experience of living in Greece. Launched on the 26th January, the survey will run until the 29th February and we invite you to participate in it.READ MORE

moon-with-dusty-cloud

“What the moon saw” – evenings of storytelling for adults

“What the moon saw” (Τί είδε το φεγγάρι) by Sassa Voulgari (narrator) and Christina Antoniadou (organ) proposes to transpose adults to the world of Hans Christian Andersen’s tales. Held on the 22nd and 29th January at 8:30pm, at St. Paul’s Church, Philellinon 27 & Amalias Avenue (metro station: Syntagma). Tickets at the door: € 10.READ MORE