On Friday, May 14th at 9pm at New York’s landmark theatre the Town Hall, 123 West 43rd Street (bet. 6th and 7th Aves) in Manhattan, the non-profit cultural organization AKTINA Productions, Inc., proudly presents GREEK MUSIC JOURNEY 2010. Featuring directly from Greece the popular singer Melina Aslanidou accompanied by Vangelis Douvalis and her orchestra led by the renowned bouzouki maestro/soloist Manolis Karantinis the concert will revive some of the everlasting great songs of the legendary late singers Grigoris Bithikotsis and Vicky Moscholiou.
Excellent seats available. Purchase your tickets today by visiting the Greek Music and Video, 25-50 31st Street in Astoria, NY (718-932-8400) or by calling AKTINA at 718-545-1151 and the Ticketmaster 212-307-4100. All major credit cards accepted. Tickets are also on sale at the Town Hall Box Office 212-840-2824. Affordable ticket prices start at $45. Other prices: $60, $70 and $80.
Discover the best of what Greek music has to offer! A one of a kind concert dedicated to the most popular and everlasting rembetika (Greek blues) and folk songs of all time of the Greek legendary late singers Grigoris Bithikotsis and Vicky Moscholiou. Presented by the non-profit cultural organization AKTINA Productions, Inc., this concert is part of the series GREEK MUSIC JOURNEY which was established in 1994 with a purpose to promote and preserve the most unique and representative aspects of Greek music.
Lovers of Greek music will enjoy a memorable musical performance featuring Greece’s popular singer Melina Aslanidou accompanied by the talented singer Vangelis Douvalis and her 8-member orchestra comprised by some of the finest musicians of Greece and led by the renowned bouzouki maestro/soloist Manolis Karantinis.
You don’t have to be Greek to enjoy this one of a kind musical performance! The unique voice of Melina Aslanidou has clarity and emotional depth that registers whether or not you understand the words, while the energy she brings on stage is truly captivating. The talented Aslanidou has the great gift of fully engaging her audience from beginning to end. Learn more about Melina Aslanidou by visiting http://www.ilike.com/artist/Melina+Aslanidou