ΜΑΡΙΟΣ ΦΡΑΓΚΟΥΛΗΣ - ATHENS REVISITED: Μύθοι και Ήρωες

INFO
ODEON OF HERODES ATTICUS

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17th 2018
21.00

TICKET PRICES (*)
Concessions: 18€
Upper Tier: 27€
C Zone: 43€
Β Zone: 56€
Α Zone: 66€
VIP: 86€

(*)
An amount of 2 euros will be added to the price of tickets, which will go to the ''Oloi mazi boroume'' charity.

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Athens Box office: 39 Panepistimiou Str
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PRODUCTION
ΑRΙΕΤΤΑ - AMKE
VAT No: 997166637
Tax office: D' ATHINON
Address: 10 Stisichorou str. Athens - 106 74
DETAILS

MARIO FRANGOULIS

ATHENS REVISITED
Myths and Heroes

ODEON OF HERODES ATTICUS

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 17th 2018


Mario Frangoulis returns once again to the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, this time under the artistic supervision of established artist Lina Nikolakopoulou.

The concert is held under the auspices of the New York Times Athens Democracy Forum and its three-day celebration in Athens.

Part of the proceeds will go to the “Oloi mazi boroume” charity.

Frangoulis will perform songs from his international classical and classical crossover repertoire, including monumental works such as “Carmira Burana”, “Canto General”, “Axion Esti” and “The Birds” and popular films, including "La Vita E Bella", "Dances With Wolves", "West Side Story" "Zorba the Greek", "Schindler's List" and "Blue”.

Special guests will be announced soon.

The Orchestra of the City of Athens is conducted by Loukas Karytinos.

Produced by Arietta Productions

 

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