The Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain presents the Duo Violins London concert with special guest Thodoris Voutsoukakis on Monday 26th April 2024 at 7.30pm at the Arts Depot 5 Netrher Street, Tally Ho Corner, North Finchley, London N12 0GA.

Entrance Free; Tickets from the Theatre Box Office 020 8369 5454

Sponsors His Eminence Archbishop Nikitas , The School of Byzantine Music, The 12 Apostles Church, Anastasia Lodge and Autumn Gardens, Dion Liveras, Louis Loizou, Antonakis Yerolemou and Sky Express,

Duo Violins is the new hot thing in quality entertainment. An artistic synthesis of two violinists who are also composers and producers. They perform their own unique adaptations of rock, classic and modern repertoire and they can produce in demand music for special performances and private shows with custom repertoire.

Their musical journey is an amalgam of eclectic adaptations of ethnic, pop/rock, dance and cinematic soundscapes featuring alluring violin melodies. Their performances are ideal for mesmerising sunset views to sensational uplifting party grooves.

Dimitris Isaris has a diverse artistic background as a composer and was the founding member of OtherView, a successful Greek Pop band with multiple awards and distinctions.
He has a Masters Degree in Music, Film & Media from New York University. His artistic highlights include “Mediterranean Voices”, an off broadway theatrical performance sponsored by the New York Foundation of the Arts, a special award by the legendary composer Mimis Plessas for best “Theatrical Music Score” and “Take Me to Infinity”, a song co-written with Consoul Trainin that reached the top100 of the most shazamed songs for 2016 worldwide.

George Rafael Gaitanos, is an experienced musician who has collaborated with internationally renowned artists such as the rock band Scorpions (MTV Unplugged Tour), the crossover tenor Mario Fragkoulis and many more. Additionally, he has participated in large orchestras including the Greek National Orchestra, Greek Radio Symphonic Orchestra, Bristol Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of Colors and the Athens Municipality Orchestra.

He received his MA with “distinction” from the University of Bristol (UK) as producer and composer in Film and Television. His diverse background has extended his musical boarder and provided him with a unique dimension of the musical and cinematic landscape.

A preview of the music below

Also they will be appearing on Sunday night 25th February 2024 at the St John the Baptist Greek Orthodox `church in Wightman Road London N8 0LY

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