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Jack Pantazis and Sakis Zachariades will be on stage at The Zoo in the northern Athens suburb of Halandri on Tuesday, January 21. Melbourne-based guitarist, composer and musical director Pantazis, who, like Zachariades, is an expert in jazz fusion, is making his first appearance in Greece. The two musicians will play a selection of jazz standards along with some of their own compositions.
Dimitri Tarlow's theater adaptation of M. Karagatsis' "Junkermann" comes to the Poreia Theater @ Victoria in Athens for a second season after a resoundingly successful 2018-19. "Junkermann" tells the story of the rise and fall of a Finnish nobleman who flees Russia after the revolution and finds himself in Piraeus, Greece, where he reinvents a life for himself and climbs the social ladder.
Gallery Genesis in Kolonaki presents artist Giorgos Saltaferos' exhibition of paintings titled "Just Andros," curated by Yiorgos Tzaneris. The Greek island of Andros, located in the Cyclades archipelago, is Saltaferos' birthplace. He studied at the University of the Arts in Bern, Switzerland, and has had 21 solo exhibitions in Greece, Switzerland and France.
The Athens Municipal Gallery pays tribute to often overlooked yet important Greek artists who were active in the second half of the 20th century with "Exception: Aspects of Expressionism in Greece." The main part of the exhibition is dedicated to painter Giorgos Bouzianis and engraver Giorgos Economidis, local pioneers of the the expressionist scene developed in Germany and France, as well as t
Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash-hit musical about love's ability to conquer all will be on stage at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall from January 15 to 31 and at Athens' Galatsi Olympic Hall as part of the Christmas Theater cultural program from February 1 to March 8, with the original West End cast appearing for the first time in Greece.
The world-renowned Bejart Ballet Lausanne returns to the Athens Concert Hall with Maurice Bejart's "Magic Flute," which is being staged in Greece for the first time. In his take on the famous Mozart opera, the legendary French-born choreographer juxtaposed the innocence of childhood with the structured rigidity of the adult world. Shows start at 8 p.m.
British-Irish folk rock band the Waterboys, who need no introduction in Greece, will be performing two shows at the Piraeus 117 Academy in Kerameikos on November 21 and 22. Formed in Edinburgh in 1983, the outfit's early sound became known as "The Big Music," after a song on their second album, "A Pagan Place." The group would go on the explore other genres ranging from punk to soul-pop.