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Wisteria Maiden by Andonis Foniadakis

International Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis is visiting the Thessaloniki Concert Hall for the first time with his new choreography "Wisteria Maiden". The project, a production of visionary culture, will premiere at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, following performances in Athens (22, 23, 24 & April 25).

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Wisteria Maiden by Andonis Foniadakis

Andonis Foniadakis is a choreographer who enjoys an international reputation and has worked with major dance troupes, as well as founding his own ensemble. In his new work, Wisteria Maiden, he draws inspiration from the Japanese theatre and creates a kinetic and visual world rich in imagination, in which the human body is seen as full of energy, power and sensuality.

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Shawn Lee’s Ping Pong Orchestra

In Greece he will present a best of collection with songs from his impressive discography, accompanied with the quartet of musicians that surround him in live performances during the last years. And as Duke Ellington said: " It doesn't mean a thing if you ain't got that swing ".

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Mark Lanegan in Greece

Our beloved dark crooner Mark Lanegan, returns with a mini tour in Greece. He performs live at Gagarin 205 music space in Athens on March 19th, in Principal Club Theater in Thessaloniki on March 20th and at Lab Art in Volos on March 21st.

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Kovacs live

Kovacs comes to Athens to haunt us with her deeply romantic and dark voice on February 6th 2015 at Principal Club Theater in Thessaloniki and on February 7th at Gagarin 205 Music Space.

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The Raveonettes come back to Greece

On January 29th and 30th, the Raveonettes are coming to Athens for two concerts in Athens and Thessaloniki within the context of their tour for the promotion of their new album entitled "Pe' ahi".

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Aaron Parks: Arborescence

A former child prodigy, Aaron Parks, now thirty, has achieved a lot: university studies (piano, composition, Maths, computers), awards, recordings and all manner of collaborations. Highly-regarded publications have called him a "player and composer of great depth with a truly cinematic vision", "the most rapidly rising star of them all", and "a step ahead of the rest". And he isn't coy about his influences: Ran Blake, Paul Bley, Bartók's Hungarian folk songs.

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UNDER – hidden voices

"UNDER" is a play that focuses on immigration and the way that societies treat immigrants and refugees that become part of them. The performance sheds light to the conditions – dire in many cases – under which immigrants leave their homes in search of a better future. It depicts their lives as undocumented immigrants, the lack of respect, the indifference and violence in which they live.

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American String Melodies

Within the context of its program titled "Classic Mondays", Gazarte is hosting on Monday November 3rd the Athens String Quartet for a concert featuring American string melodies.

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