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Bryan Adams Lights Up Cyprus: The “So Happy It Hurts” Tour

Bryan Adams is set to light up Cyprus on October 16, 2024, at Tsirio Stadium in Limassol as part of his “So Happy It Hurts Tour”, promising a memorable night of classic hits and new music. Secure your spot for this highly anticipated concert starting at €49 on the SoldOut Tickets platform, with doors opening at 6 pm and the show kicking off at 9 pm for an evening under the stars filled with timeless tunes and rock energy.

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200 Guitars Set to Perform at Nicosia Theatre

The Cyprus Guitar Orchestra, comprising 200 guitarists, will grace the stage of the Nicosia Municipal Theatre on July 3rd at 8:30 pm. This unprecedented musical event pays homage to Greek and Cypriot musical heritage, featuring works by renowned composers and showcasing local talent in what promises to be a captivating auditory experience.

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Cyprus Symphony Orchestra plans new exciting series of concerts

The Cyprus Symphony Orchestra is set to dazzle audiences with a thrilling series of events, including the CySO International Conducting Masterclass, outreach concerts at various locations, and the Starlight series featuring Anna Fedorova. Don’t miss out on the Latin jazz fundraising concert and the grand collaboration concert, promising a musical finale to remember this season.

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Ed Sheeran’s Cyprus Concerts Stir Excitement

Ed Sheeran is set to deliver an electrifying performance in Cyprus on September 8, the grand finale of his ‘+ – = ÷ x’ Mathematics Tour. Tickets for this highlyanticipated concert are still available, but selling fast, so fans should act quickly to secure their spot through Ticketmaster Cyprus’ official website.

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April Concerts Welcome International Guests

In April, the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra will captivate audiences with a series of concerts featuring international guests and local talents. Highlights include performances of Vivaldi’s *The Four Seasons* and Mozart’s Symphony no. 40, Mozart’s *Requiem* in honor of Marinos Mitellas, and the Cyprus premiere of Jenkins’ *The Armed Man* by the Cyprus Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Really Big Chorus.

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Tribute to Nicolas Economou: Limassol’s Musical Celebration

The Limassol Municipal Symphony Orchestra is hosting a tribute concert titled “In Memoriam” to honor Cypriot pianist and composer Nicolas Economou, featuring orchestrations of his “Childhood Whims,” Beethoven’s First Symphony, and Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor performed by Victoria Mavromoustaki. The event will take place at the Patticheio Municipal Theatre on April 8th, promising an evening of classical music that celebrates Economou’s legacy and showcases the orchestra’s talent under the direction of Francis Nectarios Guy.

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Three spectacular concerts coming to The Shoe Factory

Three mesmerizing concerts are set to grace The Shoe Factory in Nicosia this March. Pianist Nikita Mndoyants will dazzle with Schubert and Prokofiev, Chaos String Quartet will debut with Beethoven and Mozart, and soprano Agata Zubel will enchant with Korngold and Debussy in a month of musical magic.

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Il Divo set to perform in Cyprus

Don’t miss the magical performance of Il Divo in Cyprus on September 14 at the Pattichio Municipal Amphitheatre in Larnaca. Experience a night of enchanting melodies blending classical opera and contemporary music under the starlit sky. Tickets are available online for this unforgettable musical experience.

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Italian Tenor Massimo Giordano to Perform in Cyprus

Italian tenor Massimo Giordano is set to enchant audiences in Cyprus on March 6 at Pattihio Theatre in Limassol and March 9 at the Markideio Theatre in Paphos with his program “Golden Hits of World Classics,” coinciding with International Women’s Day celebrations. Accompanied by pianist Nelson Calzi and soprano Ester Kandinova, Giordano’s performances promise an evening of powerful opera pieces and enchanting duets that will resonate with listeners long after the final note.

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