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Jazz and fiesta with Vinylio Wine Etc

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Vinylio Wine Etc, a popular Limassol-based bar that frequently organises live music evenings and fiestas, continues to entertain its fans even virtually. This Saturday, it’s hosting a Vintage Jazz Evening, like it would if it operated as normal, yet this of course takes place online. Jazz lovers and artists will have the chance on February 27 to listen to Cypriot jazz musicians perform live from the comfort of their home with two different sets scheduled for the evening.

Taking the virtual stage first is jazz singer Vanessa Megalemou along with pianist Vasilis Vourvopoulos in a set between 6pm and 7.15 pm. Then, Katherine Petrou on vocals and Ermis Michail on guitar will perform their jazz set until 8.30pm. Apart from live music, viewers will have the chance to interact directly with the musicians during their performance.

“All you need to do,” says Vinylio, “is to dress up, invite a couple of friends, prepare your drinks at home, get your PC connected and you are on!”

Next week, officially in a carnival mood, Vinylio is bringing a carnival fiesta… online. It has organised an interactive live event on March 6 named after a beloved song in Spanish which is traditionally played at most carnival parties around the island. ‘Que te la pongo’ is the name of the song and having become synonimous with carnival events, it’s also the name of Vinylio’s upcoming party.

From 6.30pm Elena Soleo and maestro Constantino Zorba will entertain viewers for two and a half hours with song, dance and music, aiming to spread carnival hype. Get your costumes out, dress up, put on a face of funky make-up and tune it because carnival 2021 is an online affair.


Vintage Jazz Evening

Live jazz music by Cypriot artists. February 27. Via DCON. 6.30 pm. Tickets:…/vintage-jazz-evening…/show

Carnival Event

With Elena Solea on vocals and maestro Constantino Zorba for a carnival show. March 6. Via DCON. 6 pm. Tickets:

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