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Starts on:05/01/2017 23:00

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Enjoy a music evening with jazz and swing music, with a programme of well-known songs, performed by a music group of young university and school students on Thursday, January 5 at 8pm. 

Three female voices (Ste​f​ani Neo​f​ytou, Natalie Flouri, Kristin Michaelidou) and three music instruments, double bass (Spyros Socratous), piano (Phoebe ​Jordanous), percussion (Nikolas Tsagkaris).

Technopolis 20's targets was to support the new talents. And still is... Come and support this new generation of musicians!

Entrance: ​€​7

Reservations necessary at 70002420.

Stefanie Neophytou, is a graduate of the Music Lyceum of Paphos. Today is a sophomore student at the Music Department of the Ionian University majoring in choral conducting. She studies piano and vocals.

Natalie Flouri is also a graduate of the Music Lyceum of Paphos and she is a freshman student at the Music Department of the Ionian University majoring in classical song.

Spyros Socratous is also a graduate of the Music School of Paphos. He is mainly interested in jazz music and he is preparing for his musical studies in music, specializing in double bass. He currently attends classes with Irineos Koulouras, and the last year he attended seminars in USA run by the internationally renowned American jazz double bassist Ron Carter, the most-recorded jazz bassist in history and who has also won two Grammy awards and finally by the acclaimed jazz bassist Peter Brendler, a graduate of Berklee College of Music and the Manhattan School of Music.

Kristin Michaelidou is a graduate of the Music Lyceum of Paphos and today is a sophomore student at the Popular Music Performance Department of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. Her main instrument is the voice.

Phoebe Jordanous is also a graduate of the Music Lyceum of Paphos and plays the piano for 13 years. Today she in her second year at the University of Cyprus studying Civil Engineer.

Nikolas Tsangaris, the youngest in the group, is a student in the second class of the Music Lyceum of Paphos. He began drum lessons from the age of three years, and he also plays the piano. His dream is to become a professional musician.

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