Vassilis Tsabropoulos and Nektaria Karantzi to give exclusive performance in Melbourne


In an Australian exclusive, the Hellenic Museum brings internationally renowned Greek musicians Vassilis Tsabropoulos and Nektaria Karantzi to Melbourne for a one night only, live performance titled Between East and West.

Vassilis Tsabropoulos is a virtuoso pianist, composer and conductor. Nektaria Karantzi is a gifted vocalist known for sacred and Byzantine music. Together, they are an inspired musical marriage that results in a transfixing on-stage dialogue between Western musical culture and Eastern tradition.

Off the back of a successful European tour, the duo will travel from Greece for an intimate and mesmerising performance of grand piano and voice, to be held in the courtyard of Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum on Saturday 1 April 2023.

This will be their only Australian show and will be supported by the Holy Trinity Brunswick – Serbian Orthodox Choir.

The Hellenic Museum is Australia’s only museum dedicated to showcasing the power of Greek art and culture, and is home to collections spanning antiquity to modernity, and the Mediterranean to the Antipodean – making it a natural venue for this intercultural celebration.




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