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The marriage of classical art

Russian classical pianist Tatiana Stupak and Cypriot tenor Marios Charalambous will be performing at Technohoros ETHAL in Limassol, in the theatre’s recital room on Friday at 8pm.

The pianist will perform works by Bach, Chopin, Liszt, Prokofiev and Schumann, while the tenor will sing arias from several operas, and a selection of other well-known songs.

Stupak started learning the piano at age five, and at seven she moved to the special music school of the St Petersburg Conservatory. During her studies, the pianist won a Bach international competition and an Organ international competition in Russia. At this time she also gave concerts in Germany, Austria and Russia.

She continued her studies at the St Petersburg State Conservatory in the class of Professor Leonid Sintsev. After graduating from the conservatory, she moved to Cyprus, where she has been performing at private and public events.

The last performances she gave were sold out, so book your tickets to this one early.

Charalambous was taught Byzantine chant music by Protopsaltis Nicos Papassavas and received training in classical singing from the soprano Sona Gargaloyan. He also attended opera master classes by the world renowned tenor Agim Hushi.

In 2004 he was awarded the Certificate of Byzantine Music with Distinction from the Byzantine Music School of the Sacred Archdiocese of Crete, and in 2005 he was awarded the Certificate in Voice Performance from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

The tenor has performed a wide variety of songs from the Classical and Greek traditional repertoire at several festivals and concerts in Cyprus and abroad.

Classical Music Performance
Performance by pianist Tatiana Stupak and tenor Marios Charalambous. April 8. Technohoros ETHAL, Limassol. 8pm. €10. Tel: 25-877827

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