The Greek Christmas Carols event returned to Melbourne, Victoria on Saturday night and honoured the late Maestro Stelios Tsiolas.
The Cypriot-born music composer and conductor passed away last month, leaving behind a significant musical legacy.
This year’s annual carols event was organised by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and took place at St John’s College Preston.
Present at the carols was Bishop Evmenios of Kerasounta, as well as Stelios’ wife Roula and his three sons with their wives.
Bishop Evmenios welcomed everyone to the event and invited Roula and Stelio’s children to the stage to present them with a plaque in honour of the musician.
The night was complete with young children performing traditional Greek Christmas carols, a special performance from Santa Clause and fireworks.