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Natasa Theodoridou in Concert at New York’s Town Hall, March 25, 2016

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One of Greece’s most beloved singers, Natasa Theodoridou

brings with her the Philharmonic Band “Omonoia” and baritone

Pantelis Kontos for an unforgettable evening of music and

heritage, “A Greek Night to Remember.”

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A multi-platinum artist, Natasa Theodoridou’s musical style stays

deeply rooted in her culture while borrowing equally from pop

styles from around the globe. Accompanying her and here in New

York for the first time is one of Greece’s oldest and well regarded

Philharmonic Bands, “Omonia,” from Gastouri in Corfu. All

under the direction of renowned conductor, Spiros Rallis, also

featured is the celebrated baritone Pantelis Kontos.

On this anniversary of Greek independence join us this two hour

journey already enjoyed by sold-out crowds throughout Greece—

an experience being touted as one of the best musical performances

in decades.

Date:  Friday, March 25, 2016

Time: 7:30 PM

Venue: Town Hall

Address: 123 West 43rd Street,

New York,

NY

Tickets:    ticketmaster.com

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