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An exclusive project of Classical Music Concerts

Technopolis 20 in collaboration with private initiatives and sponsorship, organises high-quality classical music concerts, supporting local talented musicians and hosting world-famous musicians from abroad.

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Upcoming Events

  • “Eternal Love” with Roman Zaslavsky and Nina Vitol
    19 Feb, 18:00
    Markideio Theatre, Andrea Geroudi 18, Paphos, Cyprus
    The internationally recognised pianist and professor for piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Roman Zaslavsky returns to Cyprus for only one concert, this time with the soprano Nina Vitol, presenting the concert ‘Eternal Love’.
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  • Woodwind Quintet Concert ‘A WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS’
    Sun, 18 Dec
    Markideio Theatre, Paphos
    18 Dec 2022, 15:00
    Markideio Theatre, Paphos , Andrea Geroudi 18, Paphos, Cyprus
    Five young musicians reunite in one of the most important chamber music form for winds: the woodwind quintet. Their love for music and their passion to promote classical music to a larger audience in Cyprus, brings them together with a very interesting programme.
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Past Events

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Concert at Markideio Theatre, 21 October 2022

‘A piano choreography’
with Stavroula Thoma

The classical music concert series ‘Technopolis 20 Classics’ continued the new season, with a piano solo concert. The performer, another Cypriot young pianist, based in the United Kingdom, Stavroula Thoma performed works by J.S. Bach, F. Liszt, M. Ravel and I. Albeniz.

Stavroula Thoma gave her concerto debut in May 2014 with 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. During her undergraduate studies at Royal Holloway University of London, Thoma was a scholar of Georgiou and Maria Tirimou’s foundation. She was awarded the Marzorie Huzlehurst Piano award and was also a Joseph Weingarten scholar at the Liszt Academy of Music in 2012-14. Stavroula has obtained her Advanced Postgraduate Diploma on Professional Performance at Birmingham Conservatoire with Distinction.

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