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Manolis Androulidakis takes the stage for two Greek Festival of Sydney events

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On Sunday, March 17 at the Verbrugghen Hall of the Conservatorium of Music in Sydney, the acclaimed Greek musician and composer Manolis Androulidakis performed.

He took to the stage to perform ‘Greek Music On Six Strings‘, a special show as part of the Greek Festival of Sydney.

Androulidakis, who is renowned for his talent of playing classical guitar, delivered an acoustic music recital concert that transported the audience to Greece. He performed classic songs from the Zorba dance, to hits from Greek cinema that many know and love.

Another performance which took Androulidakis to the stage was the ‘Echoes of Freedom: A Tribute to the Songs of the Struggle.’ This took place on Friday, March 15, and was a concert dedicated to legendary Greek composers and musicians whose works resonate with themes of freedom, democracy, and social justice.

He performed hits from Greek composers including Mikis Theodorakis, Manos Hatzidakis, Stavros Xarhakos, Yannis Markopoulos, Christos Leontis, Dionysis Savvopoulos, and Manos Loizos.

As well as playing classical guitar, Androulidakis also sung many of these classics.

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