This spring, Cyprus is bursting with cultural events, from experimental music sessions at Kafeneio Prozak in Nicosia to classical piano recitals by Nikita Mndoyants at the Shoe Factory. The island is alive with music, connecting urban centers with mountain villages and offering a rich tapestry of sound for music lovers to enjoy.
This weekend, Cyprus is alive with music as local artists showcase their talent in different genres across multiple venues. From the soothing melodies of Rembetiko in Nicosia to the energetic jazz performances in Limassol, attendees are in for a treat as they immerse themselves in the island’s rich musical heritage.
This weekend, enjoy a cinematic extravaganza at the Yeast International Student Film Festival in Cyprus or witness Prague’s captivating Image Black Light Theatre in Limassol, Nicosia, and Paphos. Dive into Greek music with Yiannis Kotsiras at the Rialto Theatre or indulge in classical harmonies with the Piano Quartet at the Markideio Theatre in Paphos. Don’t miss the art exhibitions in Limassol and Paphos, showcasing captivating paintings and photography for a cultural weekend experience.
‘Music in the Mountains’ returns to Cyprus, bringing live music to picturesque mountain villages with performances by ensembles like the Fluboe Trio and Aes Cyprium Brass Quintet. From baroque to traditional Irish tunes, these concerts offer cultural escapes set against the backdrop of Cyprus’s stunning landscapes.
Larnaca, Cyprus is now a cultural hotspot, hosting events like the λefkαrt VI exhibition, celebrating Lefkara lace embroidery, the Patsiaouri Ensemble showcasing Cypriot music, and the Drama International Short Film Festival featuring global cinema, making it a dynamic hub of arts and tradition. From traditional crafts to contemporary music and international films, Larnaca offers a diverse cultural scene that is both educational and entertaining for locals and visitors alike.
Attendees at the Limassol Winery event can expect a fusion of arts including Ludovico Einaudi’s music performed by pianist Tatiana Stupak and violinist Olivera Rialas, acrobatic performances by Phoenix Pole & Aerial and a neon bubble act by Cyprus Shows, a painting exhibition by Timur Khairullin inspired by Einaudi’s ‘Underwater’ album, and a lively disco segment with hits from the 60s, 70s, and modern charttoppers. This extraordinary event on February 23 at the Loel Winery promises an unforgettable night of music, acrobatics, visual arts, and disco that will captivate all the senses.
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This weekend in Cyprus is filled with exciting musical events and celebrations. In Nicosia, Michalis Tterlikkas and Fuzz Bus will blend traditional Cypriot sounds with modern jazzrock at Antonakis Music Hall, while Monsieur Doumani will captivate audiences with their avantfolk music at Savino Live in Larnaca. On New Year’s Eve, there will be DJ music and a live band performance at Savino Live, as well as a jazz evening at Sarah’s Jazz Club in Nicosia. During the day, Palaia Pineza bar in old Nicosia will offer groovy music and cocktails. It’s the perfect weekend to enjoy diverse genres and bid farewell to 2023 in style.