Mistura concert in Sydney takes people on a musical journey around the world

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Some of the most legendary songs from artists such as Mikis Theodorakis, Nana Mouskouri and George Dalaras were performed by Sydney-based band Mistura in front of a large crowd at Bankstown Sports – The Theatre on Friday, March 31.

The concert was part of the cultural program for this year’s Greek Festival of Sydney.

Performing on stage on the night were Mistura co-founders Haido Spiliopoulos (vocals) and George Mavroidis. Sydney baritone and conductor, Leon Vitogiannis, also sung on the night alongside John Zaharis on the bouzouki.

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