Sold-out concert in Sydney pays tribute to victims of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus


A sold-out concert was held to commemorate 50 years since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus at The Cyprus Club in Stanmore, Sydney on Sunday, June 30.

On the night, the Orpheus Choir performed powerful songs in memory of the victims of the Turkish invasion, encouraging the audience to take part as well.

The Choir was conducted by Vasili, alongside bouzouki player, Tassos Lambrou, Steve on the drums, Minas on Keyboard and Peter on bass.

MC and organiser of the evening, Elli Stassi, provided all in attendance with a memorable and successful event which combined cultural connection and historic pride.




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