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First-ever concert on Greek island of Delos to take aim at climate change




The sacred, uninhabited Greek island of Delos will host a concert featuring Ukrainian, Russian and Greek musicians on Monday, May 30, 2022.

The concert will be the first of its kind to take place on the island, which is full of ancient ruins and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Titled ‘Alpha Mission Delos,’ the concert aims, through the combined strengths of Mythology, Art and Space Technology, to raise awareness globally about the urgent need for the regeneration of our planet.

The European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO), which is comprised of Diana Tishchenko on the violin and Sokratis Sinopoulos on the lyra, will perform a number of musical pieces on the night.

The internationally renowned master of political lyra, Socrates Sinopoulos, will perform in the concert. Photo: Sevi Tsoni.

The includes Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons Op. 8, Marshall Marcus’ Seventeen Strokes of the Bell for Peace and Sustainability, and Carmen Fizzarotti’s reworking of Vivaldi’s Autumn, entitled The [Uncertain] Four Seasons ‘Floating Autumn.

The [Uncertain] Four Seasons is an initiative of AKQA und Jung von Matt, composer Hugh Crosthwaite, Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Monash Climate Change Communications Research Hub.

The concert will be live-streamed on ARTE and broadcast on ARTE’s Sunday TV concert on June 5.

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