The sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach, Fritz Kreisler, Philippe Gaubert, Sergei Rachmaninoff and other classical composers will be heard on Sunday in Paphos, when a piano, a violin and a flute meet on the Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre’s stage.
The concert, which is being performed to support the Paphos Kidney Association, will feature Natalia Lezedova (piano), Galina Dimova (piano), Nina Ioannidou (piano), Andreas Constantinou (violin) and Maria Avraam (flute).
Lezedova has won awards at five international competitions, two of which were first prizes as a performer and soloist in Saint Petersburg and Moscow in 2012.
Dimova started piano at the age of seven and was accepted at the Christina Morfova Music Lyceum for gifted children. She has played extensively both as a soloist and an accompanist and, in 1994, she formed The Classical Trio, with whom she performed in various countries and released three compact discs.
Ioannidou is a graduate of the Musical University of Stavroupoli in Russia and the Musical Faculty of the University of Greece. In 2003 – 2004 she took part in competitions in Athens and won first and second prizes.
Constantinou studied violin at the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow and is a founding member of the Cyprus State Orchestra.
Avraam is a graduate of the Marios Toka Music School and European University Cyprus. She has performed as a flutist with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and the Athens State Orchestra.
Concert with piano, violin and flute. May 28. Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre, Paphos. 7pm. €10. Tel: 70-002420