AN EVENING OF PIANO AND VIOLIN MUSIC

Wednesday 25 September 8pm

Technopolis 20 Paphos

Tickets: €10

Box Office: Tel: 70002420 (calls only)

Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Cypriot Pianist Orestis Magou along with his South-African duo violin partner Jeffrey Armstrong present a program with music from the late 19th and 20th century. Join us for a journey through French, German and British music, which includes both famous and less-known works of the violin-piano repertoire. Programme: Eugène Ysaÿe - Rêve d' Enfant, Gabriel Faure - Violin Sonata No 1 in A major Op 13, Frederick Delius – Violin sonata No. 2, Richard Strauss - Violin Sonata in E-flat major Op. 18. Sponsor: Deputy Ministry of Tourism.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right just before the Makarios statue, over the crossroads then right again just past the big white court building, and the venue will be found 200M on the right with parking on the left. TECHNOPOLIS 20 Cultural Centre, 18 Nikolaou Nikolaidi Avenue, 8010 Paphos. Tel: 70002420. www.technopolis20.com. Facebook: @technopolis20.

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THE BAND of THE PRINCESS OF WALES'S ROYAL REGIMENT

Thursday 26 September 6.30pm

Pissouri Amphitheatre

Tickets: €12.50 Adults, under 15s €5, infants free

Reservations: Email: abftickets@gmail.com or 99934668 or pay at the door.

Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Cushions are advised and cool boxes are most welcome.

Presented by ABF the Soldiers’ Charity.

Directions: Pissouri amphitheatre is at the top of Pissouri upper village. Follow signs to ‘Teatro’.

COOPER SINGS KABARETT - Bradley Cooper (tenor) & Galina Dimova (piano)

Friday 27 September 8pm

Technopolis 20 Paphos

Tickets: €15

Box Office: Tel 70002420 (calls only)

Online Tickets and Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

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Part of the World Music Festival organised by Paphos Music Lovers

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Programme includes:

Franz Lehár (1886-1958) Freunde! Das leben ist lebenswerth from Giuditta

Tom Lehrer (1928 - ) Poisoning Pigeons In The Park

Noël Coward (1899-1973) Someday I’ll Find You

Ivor Novello (1893-1951) We’ll Gather Lilacs from Perchance to Dream

Alan J. Lerner (1918-1986) & Friedrich Löwe (1901-1988) The Lusty Month Of May from Camelot

Albrecht Marcuse (1906-1974) Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus

Norbert Glanzberg (1910-2001) Padam Padam

Robert Stolz (1880-1975) O Mia Bella Napoli from Venus in Seide

Jacques Brel (1929-1978) Madelaine & Adam Schlesinger (b.1967) It’s Not Just For Gays Anymore

Pablo Sorozabal (1897-1988) No Puede Ser! from La Tabernera Del Puerto

Hanns Eisler (1898-1962) Ballade von der Krüppelgarde

Kurt Weill (1900-1950) Speak Low from One Touch of Venus

Marilyn Miller (1898-1936) & Cheryl Hardwick (b.1944) Making Love Alone

Dillie Keane (b.1952) Lieder, Stick Your Head Between Your Legs

Louis Guglielmi (1916-1991) & Charles Dumont (b.1929) La Vie En Rose & Non, Je Ne Regrette rien!

Paphos Music Lovers Cultural Association and Konzert Kollektiv are thrilled to welcome Sydney tenor Brad Cooper (Opera Australia) for a night of glorious music making. Throw off the shackles of everyday existence, grab a glass of Sekt and take a riotous journey back to the heady world of interwar Kabarett for a soirée of operatic proportions. From the wartime spirit of Novello, the hilarity of the Comedian Harmonists via the tumult of Kurt Weill & Hans Eisler’s Berlin, the Golden Age of Lehár & Stolz’s Vienna, the passion of Piaf & Brel’s Paris, to the witty irreverence of today, Cooper sings Kabarett is a celebration of wild electric decadence and dangerously dark humour. Kabarett has wowed packed out audiences at Leighton House in London, Melbourne Recital Centre, City Recital Hall in Sydney and regional Australia.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right just before the Makarios statue, over the crossroads then right again just past the big white court building, and the venue will be found 200M on the right with parking on the left. TECHNOPOLIS 20 Cultural Centre, 18 Nikilaou Nikolaidi Avenue, 8010 Paphos. Tel: 70002420. www.technopolis20.com. Facebook: @technopolis20

FINLANDIA – CYPRUS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Soloist: Kolja Blacher (violin)

Conductor: Jens Georg Bachmann

Saturday 28 September 8.30pm

Markideion Municipal Theatre Paphos

Tickets: €12, €7 (18-26 yrs, pensioners), €5 (under 18)

Box Office: two hours before the concert, online at www.cyso.org.cy

Information: Tel: 22463144, www.cyso.org.cy, www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Programme:

J Sibelius (1865 – 1957)

Andante festivο (Cyprus premiere)

Violin Concerto in D minor, op. 47

Symphony No. 3 in C major, op. 52 (Cyprus premiere)

Join the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra on a captivating journey to the alluring musical sounds of Finland. Tonight’s programme features a musical selection that is uniquely Finnish and at the same time unreservedly individual. Jean Sibelius has been the central figure in creating a Finnish voice in music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His music bears the aura of his native land in its references to the Kalevala, the Finnish-language folk epic, and its allusion to folk music. Yet at the same time, it is distinguished by startlingly original adaptations of common elements: a fresh outlook on orchestral colour, and unorthodox treatments of triadic harmony and musical process. In collaboration with the Embassy of Finland. Supporters: Rialto Theatre, Limassol Municipality, Paphos Municipality.

Directions: The theatre is next to the Karavella bus station in the upper town, just off the Polis Road behind the petrol station. MARKIDION MUNICIPAL THEATRE OF PAPHOS, 27 Andrea Geroudi Street, Paphos. Tel: 26932571.

MUSIC FROM MUSICALS, SHOWTUNES, CROSSOVER & POPULAR CLASSICS with Darrell Williams

Tuesday 1 October 7.30pm

Stone Lion Goudi Polis

Tickets: €25 including dinner

Box Office: Stone Lion Tel: 99038689, Dorothy Tel: 99380182

Information: Facebook: dorothysevents. www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Darrell Williams, an international artist has a phenomenal repertoire in Classical, Musicals. Crossover and Popular classics. Darrell has an incredible voice with a range not many in Cyprus can beat, he presents performances which are fun, lively and captivate his audience. He has proven very popular, on recent tours from the UK, to the Paphos scene, his concerts are not to be missed, Darrell Williams from Welsh descendants, is a International classically trained singer. His genre covers a wide spectrum from the early fifties until present day. Not only does he sing, but he is also, an accomplished piano player, he gained his musical training in UK, where he studied piano. His interest in singing, music and performing started at the early age of 8 years. He with the support of his parents, travelled throughout UK performing in various venues and concerts. These opportunities, were mostly at weekend and during holiday periods, he became one of the most sort after performers, gaining a huge following. It was during this time Darrell developed a passion for classical music he decided to train as a classical singer. Since then taking on a career as a solo artist, he hasn't looked back, he has gone from strength to strength. His voice has a perfect tenor range up to a soaring falsetto. He delivers each piece with a professional and confident approach. enchanting his audience with his ability to perform musical masterpieces. Some of his greatest inspirations is Rogers and Hammerstein, Gershwin, Cole porter Andrew Lloyd Webber, to name a few. Darrell is also influenced by Andrea Bocelli and he includes some of the Maestro's songs in his varied repertoire. We are fortunate to have Darrell in Paphos, to perform and enthral the audiences, keeping our interest and attention completely spell bound.

Dory and Claire are joint managers and chefs of this restaurant (they previous managed with great success the Subaneri restaurant in Simou) they have brought to the Stone Lion their delicious menu's and are having much success in their new venture. Their friendliness and warmth are beyond bounds and the food is certainly great value for money.

Directions: Find the Stone Lion on the main B7 road to Polis, on the right as you travel to Polis, 1km from the village centre sign it’s facing a fruit supermarket.

DARRELL WILLIAMS

Wednesday 2 October 7pm

Darcy’s Restaurant Pegeia Paphos

Tickets: €22.50 including two course dinner

Box Office: Darcy's Tel: 26936926, Dorothy Tel: 99380182

Information: Facebook: dorothysevents. www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Dinner 7pm, concert 8.30pm

Darrell Williams is an international artist with a phenomenal repertoire in classical musicals, crossover and popular classics. Darrell has an incredible voice with a range not many in Cyprus can beat, he presents performances which are fun, lively and captivate his audience. He has proven very popular, on recent tours from the UK, to the Paphos scene, his concerts are not to be missed, With delicious cuisine provided by master chefs, all for a 'Value for money' price. Darrell Williams from Welsh descendants, is a International classically trained singer. His genre covers a wide spectrum from the early fifties until present day. Not only does he sing, but he is also, an accomplished piano player, he gained his musical training in UK, where he studied piano. His interest in singing, music and performing started at the early age of 8 years. He with the support of his parents, travelled throughout UK performing in various venues and concerts. These opportunities, were mostly at weekend and during holiday periods, he became one of the most sort after performers, gaining a huge following. It was during this time Darrell developed a passion for classical music he decided to train as a classical singer. Since then taking on a career as a solo artist, he hasn't looked back, he has gone from strength to strength. His voice has a perfect tenor range up to a soaring falsetto. He delivers each piece with a professional and confident approach. enchanting his audience with his ability to perform musical masterpieces. Some of his greatest inspirations is Rogers and Hammerstein, Gershwin, Cole porter Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jersey Boys to name a few. Darrell is also influenced by Andrea Bocelli and he includes some of the Maestro's songs in his varied repertoire. We are fortunate to have Darrell in Paphos, to perform and enthral the audiences, keeping our interest and attention completely spell bound.

Darcy’s philosophy is to offer a quality product to customers from carefully selected ingredients with a special emphasis of happy atmosphere and service.

Directions: Darcy’s Restaurant & Lounge is located on Leoforos Agiou Georgiou Pegeia on the man coast road.

AN AUTUMN MUSICAL CONCERT

Edgar Evoyan and Zara Barkhoudarian

Sunday 6 October 8pm

Technopolis 20 Paphos

Tickets: €12

Box Office: Tel: 70002420 (calls only)

Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

The Duo for this evening is 12 years old, Edgar Evoyan, boy soprano (Treble) and Zara Barhoudarian concert pianist, soprano. Together they will bring an eclectic mix of multi lingual genre from Opera, Neapolitan and Musicals. Edgar is an amazing performer and has a way of captivating his audience with his amazing voice and vast repertoire. A very hard working, award winning student of Zara's. In 2018, He won the 'Galaxy of Talents' in Limassol. and has recently taken 1st prize in a 5th International Russian music competition on Nicosia. He sings in English, Italian, Greek and Armenian. Edgar attends the Narek Armenian School in Nicosia, and started music lessons 2 years ago.

Zara Barkhoudarian (piano, soprano) was born in Yerevan, Armenia. She started piano lessons at the age of six at the Armenian Music School “Tchaikovsky” from where she graduated with high distinction. She continued her studies in the Conservator of Yerevan. majoring in piano, singing and choir conductor from where she graduated with high distinction. At the age of 18 years she became the soloist of the Armenian State Tele Radio Choir which she toured all over Europe and won numerous prizes and award. Since 1995 Zara has been living in Cyprus. She performed in over 100 concerts all over the Island and abroad and continues to organize from 15 to 20 charity concerts per year. From 1996 to date Zara has been teaching piano, vocal and music theory in the European Conservatory of Music of Litsa Koutalari-iaonnou. Zara in 2005 to 2008 taught vocals in the University of Nicosia.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right just before the Makarios statue, over the crossroads then right again just past the big white court building, and the venue will be found 200M on the right with parking on the left. TECHNOPOLIS 20 Cultural Centre, 18 Nikolaou Nikolaidi Avenue, 8010 Paphos. Tel: 70002420. www.technopolis20.com. Facebook: @technopolis20.

TWO PIANOS – THE BRIDGE BETWEEN TWO CULTURES

Manolis Neophytou & Canan Kocaay Camurtas (piano)

Friday 18 October 7.30pm

La Scala De Paphos

Tickets: €12

Box Office: Tel: 99632346

Online Tickets and Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

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Part of the World Music Festival organised by Paphos Music Lovers

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Programme includes: Rachmaninoff Suite No 2, music from the Greek movie Politiki Kouzina, Fazil Say Ballade and other works.

Two pianists, two different artists from Cyprus and Turkey join in a musical journey and coexist through works of Greek, Turkish and Russian composers, demonstrating that the power of music is stronger than our differences. Manolis Neophytou and Canan Kocaay Camurtas give a joint concert that unites cultures.

Canan Kocaay Camurtas (piano) was born in Ankara, Turkey. She commenced her studies at the Ankara State Conservatory with Prof. Nimet Karatekin and Tatyana Pikayzen. After receiving her master and doctorate of musical arts degrees with Prof. Naum Starkmann and N. Trull in Moscow State Conservatory, she won a scholarship to study with Prof. Dominique Merlet in Paris, France. Then she progressed to the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris/Alfred Cortot to study under Victoria Melki, where she received the Diplomes of “ 6eme Superieur Enseignement” and “6eme Superieur Execution”. Between 2002 and 2004, she studied with Prof. Karl- Andreas Kolly at Zürich University of Arts in Zürich - Winterthur, where she earned her “Solistendiplom”. She also held a teaching position at the same University. She won various national and international Competitions, made recordings for Turkish national Radio and Television, played as a soloist with different Orchestras and gave many concerts in Turkey, Russia, Austria, Germany, France, South Africa and Switzerland. She is giving lessons as Assistant in International Piano Master Class of K.A. Kolly in St. Moritz. She is also working as faculty member in the music department of Zürich University of Arts and Winterthur Conservatory.

Manolis Neophytou (piano) performed his first solo recital at the age of eleven, just before he entered the Moscow’s Central Special State Music School of the ex-Soviet Union, where he studied with Professor Rudolf Kehrer. Manolis, during the period 1996-2002 studied at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, with scholarship from Nicolas Economou Foundation. He also studied in Ecole Normale in Paris with a scholarship from the Albert Russell Foundation. In 2004, he has obtained the Masters in Piano Performance from the University of London with scholarship from the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece. Manolis represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Classical Contests in Brussels (1992), Warsaw (1994) and Lisbon (1996), after winning the Cyprus National Competitions. He received several prizes in international piano competitions: 4th Prize at Senigallia International Piano Competition (Italy, 1994), 1st Prize at the Inter-Mediterranean Music Festival (Palermo, Italy, 1995), and 2nd Prize at the Thimis Piano Competition (Megaron Mousikis, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2002). His performance activities include solo recitals and concerts in Germany, Greece, Switzerland, Russia, Poland, Italy, Hungary, France, Ireland, U.K., Korea, South Africa and Cyprus. He has performed as a soloist with many orchestras such as the State Orchestra of Cyprus, the State Orchestra of Thessaloniki, the Symphonic State Orchestra of Rostov (Russia) and others. He taught in master classes in Cyprus and at the University of South Africa (UNISA). Homage to Greek Music is the title of his first CD and it received a very good review from Mikis Theodorakis. He has also written music for the documentary film by Alessia de Ninno, which received a prize from the NFT (National Film Theatre) of London. He is teaching piano in Arte Academy of Music, European University of Cyprus and in the state music school in Limassol.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right at the two Dima lighting shops, then left at the kiosk just past Domino’s Pizza and immediately right and the venue will be found on the right. LA SCALA DE PAPHOS, Paphos Academy of Fine Arts, Thetidos Street, Paphos. Contact: Tel: 99632346. Email: babaji@cytanet.com.cy.

MOZART AND JAZZ – CYPRUS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Soloist: Wenzel Fuchs (clarinet)

Conductor: Jens Georg Bachmann

Saturday 19 October 8.30pm

Markideion Municipal Theatre Paphos

Tickets: €12, €7 (18-26 yrs, pensioners), €5 (under 18)

Box Office: two hours before the concert, online at www.cyso.org.cy

Information: Tel: 22463144, www.cyso.org.cy, www.paphosmusiclovers.com

Programme:

M Ravel (1875 – 1937) Pavane pour une infante défunte

WA Mozart (1756 – 1791) Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622

A Copland (1900 – 1990) Clarinet Concerto

Peter Schickele (1935 - ) Concerto for Chamber Orchestra (Cyprus premiere)

Three concertos and a pavane, or three twentieth-century works alongside a Classical masterpiece”. Both fittingly describe this mesmerizing programme, yet the concert’s title reads, more appropriately, ‘Mozart and Jazz’! Mozart’s wonderful Clarinet concerto will be interpreted by the renowned soloist Wenzel Fuchs, Berlin Philharmonic’s principal clarinetist. Next to Mozart’s concerto, all three more modern compositions by Ravel, Copland, and Schickele bear a connection to jazz music by integrating jazz stylistic features and effects. In his Concerto for chamber orchestra, Peter Schickele uses extensive jazz-blues inspired pentatonic scale runs, whilst Aaron Copland in his Concerto for clarinet uses slapping basses and whacking harp sounds. As for Maurice Ravel’s masterpiece Pavane for a dead princess, it provided the musical substance to several popular and jazz music adaptations, the most notable of which being ‘The Lamp Is Low’, recorded in 1939. With the support of the Austrian Embassy. Supporters: Larnaca Municipality, Paphos Municipality.

Directions: The theatre is next to the Karavella bus station in the upper town, just off the Polis Road behind the petrol station. MARKIDION MUNICIPAL THEATRE OF PAPHOS, 27 Andrea Geroudi Street, Paphos. Tel: 26932571.

SUNG TO PERFECTION - Arias, Lieder and Mediterranean songs with Katie Economidou (mezzo soprano), Avra Siati (soprano) & Marios Ioannou (piano)

Sunday 20 October 6.30pm

La Scala De Paphos

Tickets: €12

Box Office: Tel: 99632346

Online Tickets and Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

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Part of the World Music Festival organised by Paphos Music Lovers

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Programme includes: well-known arias and lieder, Neapolitan and Greek songs.

Katie Economidou (mezzo soprano) has been singing since her school years. She studied classical singing at the Ethnicon Odeon of Cyprus with soprano Lella Symeonidou, in London with soprano Jane Hill and she continued her studies with soprano Avra Shati and Armenian soprano Sona Gargaloyan. In 2001 she was awarded the Certificate of Voice Performance by the Guildhall School of Music and Drama of London with Merit, and in 2003 she earned the Diploma in Recital Performance with Merit from the same school. She has given solo performances of Italian arias and songs, German Lieder, Christmas and religious hymns, and of the music of Greek composers Manos Hadjidakis and Mikis Theodorakis as well as Turkish contemporary songs. She sang at the first ever bicommunal recital in Cyprus in 1995 for the 50th anniversary of the UN, and gave the first concert of Turkish songs in 1996. She sang in Hebrew for the memorial concert of Yidjak Rabin and for the Hannukah Feasts. She has performed extensively in Cyprus in festivals, concerts and recitals of different kinds of music. She has participated in concerts in Cyprus and abroad (London, Germany, Greece) as a soloist, with the Choir of the Ethnicon Odeon, the Choir Group of Limassol and the Kyrenia Chamber Choir among others. She is the co-founder of the Bicommunal Choir. She has recorded for the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation and has appeared on radio and television. As a soloist, she has recorded for the CD of the Choir the Voice of Kyrenia. She was born in Nicosia in 1959. After completing the Greek High School, she was awarded a scholarship by the Fulbright Commission of Cyprus for studies at the American University of Beirut where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy in 1981. Since 1982 she has been working at the Cyprus Tourism Organisation as Administrative Officer, a post she held until retirement in June 2019. In 1992-1993, with a grant by the USAID for studies in the USA, she completed a post-graduate programme in Conflict Management and Human Resource Development at the Harvard University Extension School. In 1999 she was awarded a full scholarship by the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office for post-graduate studies in the UK. She studied at the London Centre for International Relations (University of Kent) from where she graduated with a Master of Arts in International Conflict Analysis (with Merit). Besides her job, she has worked extensively as a conflict resolution trainer facilitating ethnic groups in conflict in Cyprus, Turkey, the US, the UK and Israel. Besides Greek and English, she speaks French, German and Italian and has also studied Arabic and Turkish. She is a multi-lingual tourist guide.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right at the two Dima lighting shops, then left at the kiosk just past Domino’s Pizza and immediately right and the venue will be found on the right. LA SCALA DE PAPHOS, Paphos Academy of Fine Arts, Thetidos Street, Paphos. Tel: 99632346. Email: babaji@cytanet.com.cy

STAVROULA THOMA PIANO RECITAL

Tuesday 22 October 7.30pm

Technopolis 20 Paphos

Tickets: €15

Box Office: Tel 70002420 (calls only)

Online Tickets and Information: www.paphosmusiclovers.com

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Part of the World Music Festival organised by Paphos Music Lovers

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Programme includes:

Nicolas Economou: Sixteen Etudes for Children and a selection of Nocturnes, Bela Bartok: Piano Sonata, Manos Hatzidakis: For A Little White Seashell, Mikis Theodorakis: Sonatina for Piano Sz 80.

Stavroula Thoma (piano) is a Cypriot pianist who has performed across Europe. She is well acknowledged for her vivid sense of communication, warmth and lyricism in her music making. She gave her concerto debut in May 2014 with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra as part of the CYSO ‘Young Soloists First Step’ series and performed the Bach D minor Piano Concerto with conductor Roland Melia. In December 2014, she performed the Mozart D minor Concerto with Birmingham Conservatoire Repertoire Orchestra and conductor Daniele Rosina. Stavroula has performed concerts in major concert venues and festivals such as: International Kodály Festival, Kecskemet, (Hungary), Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Musica Als Parks (Barcelona), Frontiers Festival (Birmingham), Classical Music Festival (Larnaca), Symphony Hall (Birmingham), Steinway Hall (London), The Palace of Arts (Budapest), Adrian Boult Hall (Birmingham), Bromley Music Makers (London). Stavroula Thoma has performed concerts as an artist of the Concordia Foundation at St James Piccadilly and McMillan Cancer Center in London. At the age of 11 years old, Stavroula won the second prize in the Evaggelia Tziarri International Piano competition. During her undergraduate studies at Royal Holloway University of London, Stavroula was a scholar of Georgiou and Maria Tirimou’s foundation. She was awarded the Marzorie Huzlehurst Piano award and was also a full Joseph Weingarten scholar at the Liszt Academy of Music in 2012-14. Stavroula also enjoys playing chamber music. She was a member of the 'Satori' Trio (piano, flutes: Ami Lodge, Nicola Tagoe, 2006-09) and was coached by the Barbican Trio. She has also performed in recitals with violinists, Angeliki Casdas, Peter Foskolos and Maria Oguren and was coached by internationally renowned chamber musicians such us Christopher Richter, Nathaniel Vallois and Oliver Wille. Stavroula has obtained an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma on Professional Performance at Birmingham Conservatoire with Distinction. She has released a CD recording entitled ‘folk – inspired music. Stavroula also enjoys a piano teaching career in primary and secondary schools in London.

Directions: Head into town from the Debenhams roundabout and turn right just before the Makarios statue, over the crossroads then right again just past the big white court building, and the venue will be found 200M on the right with parking on the left. TECHNOPOLIS 20 Cultural Centre, 18 Nikilaou Nikolaidi Avenue, 8010 Paphos. Tel: 70002420. www.technopolis20.com. Facebook: @technopolis20