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First ever concert at The Marina Helipad

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Located at Limassol’s luxurious seafront is the Marina Helipad, an outdoor venue with exquisite panoramic views. It’s not often that anyone can visit the Helipad area and look out onto the horizon yet a concert that is coming up this September is offering audiences a unique opportunity, all while raising money for charity.

The Music from the Heart concert on September 22 is organised by KYFA, a centre supporting families, and especially women with children affected by HIV/AIDS. Every year they coordinate charity events to assist those in need all over the island and this summer they have teamed up with classical pianist Tatiana Stupak to arrange the first-ever concert at the Limassol Marina Helipad.

Under the auspices of the First Lady, Andri Anastasiades, who is also the Honorable President of KYFA, the open-air concert will feature musicians from Cyprus, Italy, Russia and Serbia. Joining Tatiana are mezzo-soprano Anastasia Maximova, saxophonist Ekaterina Parpouna, violinist Olivera Rialas, cellist Fabio Cavaggion and the tenor singer Teodoro DeCastillo.

Lasting about one and a half hours with no interval, the evening’s music will mostly include popular classical although some well-known modern music will be included with some surprise arrangements by Cavaggion.

The event will begin at 8pm and the audience will be driven to the Helipad, where there will be seating provided for 300 guests. There, guests will enjoy a glass of Prosecco that is included in the €25 ticket, and while waiting for the concert to begin at 9pm, audiences can have their photo taken on the red carpet, as they enter if they wish.

 

Music from the Heart

Charity concert organised by K.Y.F.A. helping those suffering from HIV/AIDS. Performing musicians are Tatiana Stupak, Anastasia Maximova, Ekaterina Parpouna, Olivera Rialas, Fabio Cavaggion, and singer Teodoro DeCastillo. September 22. Marina Helipad area, Limassol. Reception at 8pm, concert at 9pm. €25. Tickets: www.shop.tickethour.com

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