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Greeks in Massachusetts Turn Out for Successful Church Benefit

The Cambridge Sts. Constantine and Helen Community Hall in Massachusetts was full of Greeks on Saturday, May 12. Members of the Greek Community gathered to entertain themselves with traditional Greek music.

The concert was organized by the Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church of Cambridge for the benefit of the church.

“Evening of Rebetika and Laika” was a good opportunity for the Greeks of Cambridge in Massachussets to get together. Greek band Rebetoparea was responsible for the night’s musical program, featuring renowned artists Makis Emmanouilidis and Kosmas Vrouvlianis on vocals and baglama, Yannis Mitaras on bouzouki, Peter Vorvis on baglama, John Bogis on bass and the females of the company Annemoon van Erp and Sandy Theodorou, on violin and accordion.

Cocktails and mezze were available to attendants before the concert. The tickets, or donation, cost $25.

Tickets sold quickly, and people in charge for the event soon realized there was no more space for other members of the community and had to turn them away.

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