HEROD ATTICUS ODEON
Friday, September 5, 2014
Starts at: 21.00
VIP+ Zone: 85 €
VIP Zone: 75 €
A Zone: 60 €
B Zone: 45 €
General admission: 25 €
Reduced price: 15 € (Students – Unemployed)
* Reduced price tickets are of a limited number.
- Box office: 39 Panepistimiou Str
- Call center: (+30) 210 7234567
- Online: www.ticketservices.gr
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Sing Me Αn Angel
Special Guest: SISSEL
Special appearance: Stefanos Korkolis
NERIT National Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Richard Balcombe
Herod Atticus Odeon
Friday, September 5th 2014
Mario Frangoulis returns on September 5th 2014 to the Herod Atticus Odeon, the ancient theatre situated below the Acropolis, for a unique concert in aid of the Non Profit Organisation «I Live For Me».
The Internationally acclaimed Greek tenor will present an evening of spiritual songs and songs that touch the soul. These will include the premiere presentation of a selection of songs his new international album to be released next year.
A magical evening filled with international melodies that praise the meaning of life and human existence through the artist’s personal crossover approach.
Special guest of Mario Frangoulis will be the distinguished Norwegian Soprano with the angelic voice, Sissel. With 15 personal albums and over 10 million albums sold worldwide, Sissel joins Mario Frangoulis in their first collaboration together on stage in what promises to be a unique and special evening with the Nerit National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe.
The concert is in aid of the Non Profit Organisation «I Live For Me» which supports people with Cancer and Chronic Diseases and which aspir is to making a difference in the daily life and attitude of patients by providing them with practical advice on how to overcome challenges imposed by their disease in terms of the way they look and feel.