Cyprus Mail

Electrifying the classics

By Maria Gregoriou

The title From Vivaldi to Led Zeppelin sounds a little off to say the least, but the unexpected is the flavour of life some say, and tomorrow those in Paphos will find out that flavour also involves what we hear.

The Concordia String Quartet will present a family concert under this strange – yet intriguing – name tomorrow night at 7pm at the cultural centre Technopolis 20.

We often say that concerts will satisfy all music tastes, but this time it really has a little something for everyone and everyone in the family too.

So go along to the cultural centre and get ready to sample some classical masterpieces, some rock and some pop.

The Concordia String Quartet is made-up of four Cypriot musicians, namely Constantinos Demirtzoglou (1st violin), Viki Hadjiandreou (2nd violin), Nikolas Efthymiou (viola) and Doros Zisimos (cello).

This quartet has achieved a great artistic presence in Cyprus with its several appearances at festivals, such as, the festival for Music World Day in Molos, the second Annual Classical Music Youth Festival – CLAB U FEST – and the Festival of Nicosia.

But don’t let their classical look fool you, they have also managed to create some music with DJ S7S and combine classical with electronic music.

The quartet’s repertoire includes classical masterpieces, Jazz, Rock and Pop pieces in arrangements made specifically for the quartet.

From Vivaldi to Led Zeppelin
Family concert by the Concordia String Quartet. November 14. Technopolis 20, Paphos. 7pm. €10/5/2. Tel: 70-002420

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