Monsieur Doumani live
Time & Location
About the Event
Multi-award-winning group Monsieur Doumani returns to Paphos after two years, at Technopolis 20 garden, presenting songs from their three studio albums, as well as unreleased songs from their upcoming album, scheduled for release in early 2021, on Thursday, 8th of October 2020, at 8pm.
Coming from different musical backgrounds but influenced by Cypriot tradition at various levels, the group composes Cypriot songs that draw inspiration from contemporary Cypriot society as well as from the shaky condition of our era. Since its formation in 2012, the original identity of the project was determined by the adaptation of Cypriot traditional pieces, with a special contemporary colour in sound and mood, forming a style distinctively their own.
During their 8-year career Monsieur Doumani have received many awards, including the 'Best Group' Award in Songlines Music Awards 2019 and the 'Critics Award' in Andrea Parodi World Music Awards. They have also been awarded with the German Records Critics' Award' (Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik) for their album 'Angathin', which has also been awarded as "Best Album of 2018" in the Transglobal World Music Charts.
Their live appearances in festivals and venues across the world (Womad, Womex, Sziget, Rudolstadt, Havana World Music Festival, Sur Jahan-India, Paradiso, MUPA) have been well-received by diverse audiences and their music has been presented on radio and TV stations around the world.
Enjoy Antonis Antoniou (Vocals, Tzouras, Stomp Box), Demetris Yiasemides (Trombone, Flute, Back. Vocals) and Andys Skordis (Guitar, Electronics, Back. Vocals) in an uplifting and entertaining music evening, not to be missed!
The venue takes all the necessary precautions and follows the instructions announced by the government, in order to ensure your health and safety.
Entrance: 12 euro
ONLY with reservations by phone at 70002420 and presales.
Limited number of seats available, due to the measures announced by the government to deal with the pandemic of COVID-19.