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Voices of Greece in Vienna

α ηχος_0001Voices of Greece, a Christian music concert took its audience from Vienna to Greece on Oct. 7, an event that took place in St. Stephen’s Cathedral, organized from the Greek Orthodox Church in Vienna with the Roman Catholic Archdiocece of Vienna, for charity.

The Metropolitan of Austria and Exarch of Hungary and Mid-Europe Arsenios, send a message of love and solidarity for the Europeans who are suffering from the financial crisis. Philhellenes from Austria, Greek expatriates and people from the Diplomatic Corps attended the concert.

The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra of Vienna and the mixed choir of St. John Chrysostom of Thessaloniki presented a concert “from the Byzantine music to Mikis Theodorakis”. Kiros Patsalidis, Katerina Kouri, Elsa Giannoulidou, Angelos Fotiadis and Alan Laken participated.

The choir of St. John Chrysostom created in 1991 in Thessaloniki. It has take part in different concerts in Greece as well as abroad.

The Orpheus Chamber Orchestra created in 2011 the pianist Konstantinos Dimakis. It consists of Greek soloists from Vienna. They present not only classic music but also Greek traditional music.

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