Savvas Chrysostomou and Polis Ioannidis with their guitars and voices, Andreas Krabias with his bouzouki and Andreas Nicolaou with his baglamas, promise a fun evening with the well-known music by Vamvakaris, Tsitsanis and the other masters of the genre that have so truly and spontaneously left as their inheritance.
The musicians wearing their vests and their berets will travel to us in the past and will awaken memories and feelings with long-time rembetika songs of pain, happiness, separation, and more.
Entrance: 10 euro
Reservations are necessary at 70002420 (calls only).
All profits from the ticket entrance will be given to the special bank account opened by the Cyprus Government.
A few words about the musicians:
Savvas Chrysostomou was born in 1998 in Paphos. From a young age he began guitar and piano lessons while composing his own pieces. In 2016 he graduated from the Paphos Musical Lyceum, and in 2017 he began his studies in Music Production and Performance at Leeds Beckett University in England.
Polis Ioannidis comes from Paphos and he is 23 years old. At the age of 10 he began classical guitar lessons. He then attended vocal classes and this year he completed his studies in Business and Management at the University of Reading in England.
Andreas Nikolaou was born in 2001. From an early age he began to study bouzouki and theory lessons. He is currently studying at Paphos Music Lyceum and attends bouzouki, lute and baglamas lessons. He plans to follow music studies of folk and traditional music.
Andreas Krabias was born in Nicosia. He has graduated from the Nicosia Music High School, with bouzouki and oud. He is currently studying at the Department of Music Science and Art of the University of Macedonia, focusing on Greek traditional music and specializing in the three-string bouzouki. He has collaborated with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra as a soloist in the bouzouki as well as with Greek artists such as Giorgos Dalaras and Yiannis Kotsiras.