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Blue Skies with Sarah Fenwick at Technopolis 20

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Sarah Fenwick

Continuing the weekly live music performances, Technopolis 20 has plenty more planned for the summer, even if we are reaching the end of it. But then again, the Cypriot summer goes on for a while so why not continue the summer concert series for more?

Coming up this week at the Paphos cultural venue is a jazz performance with Sarah Fenwick on vocals, Orestis Miaris on guitar and Costas Challoumas. This Friday 20 at 8pm, the three musicians will bring a swinging concert titled ‘Blues Skies’ to Technopolis 20 and it will be an evening of optimistic jazz tunes to inspire your soul and heart.

Sarah Fenwick, recognised as one of the leading improvisational jazz singers on the island as well as being one of the island’s original voices of the genre – hence her nickname ‘Lady Jazz’ – will be joined by two other talented local jazz musicians.

Costas Challoumas was a member of the musical ensemble of ancient instruments Terandros, the original Cuban band Havana Noche and Turnaround Jazz Quartet, while the last years he is the artistic director of Makam Ensemble.

Orestis Miaris has collaborated with several musicians, appearing in numerous clubs and venues around the island and participating in festivals such as the Cyprus Jazz and World Music Showcase. He is currently working as a performer and a guitar instructor at the Avant Tout Music School but this August 20 he will be hitting the Technopolis 20 garden stage with Sarah and Costas to bring Blue Skies of jazz to Paphos.


Blues Skies

Jazz performance with Sarah Fenwick, Orestis Miaris and Costas Challoumas. August 20. Technopolis 20, Paphos. 8pm. €12. Reservations and presales: 7000-2420 

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