Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change
Pavlos Pavlidis and The Boy, two acclaimed representatives of the independent, contemporary, Greek music scene, make their Odeon of Herodes Atticus debut in a special two-part performance.
Pavlos Pavlidis’ musical experimentations, alongside a young group of musicians, reveal a new dynamics, re-introducing the artist to the audience and bringing to life a spellbinding soundscape. Pavlidis will also present unreleased songs from his upcoming album, as a musical bridge between the past and the present, and as a connecting link with his fellow artists.
The Boy’s popular solo gigs cannot be described in conventional terms. His latest album, Antilopi (Antilope), recorded and released in 2020, amid the pandemic, is widely regarded as the ultimate dystopian soundtrack, echoing what we have all been experiencing lately. At the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, The Boy will present a rich setlist featuring songs from his entire discography.
Performer The Boy
Sound engineer Giotis Paraskevaidis
Musicians Pavlos Pavlidis vocals, guitar, Fotis Siotas violin, loops, Dimitris Tsekouras bass, Giorgos Theodoropoulos keyboards, Dimitris Klonis drums
Sound Dimitris Dimitriadis, Harris Kremmydas
Executive producer Inner Ear Records