George Dalaras tribute concert at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre a huge success


A tribute concert to Greek singer, George Dalaras, at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre was a huge success on Sunday night with close to 800 people attending.

The concert, which was titled ‘The Last 40 Years: A Tribute to the Great George Dalaras,’ was part of this year’s Greek Festival of Sydney celebrations.

The Aegean Quartet came together with George Karantonis and Moda Blue on the night to perform some of Dalaras’ much loved songs from the last 40 years.

“The female singer on stage, Anna, was also amazing and it made a fantastic duet having her and George singing on stage,” Marinella Maglis, an audience member, told The Greek Herald after the event.

“I’m not Greek but I really, really enjoyed it. I had a blast.”




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