Yiannis Ploutarhos concert to hit Canberra for one night only


Yiannis Ploutarhos is set to return to Australia to perform alongside his children Katerina and Giorgos, this time with a one-night only concert at the Hellenic Club of Canberra at Woden on Sunday, October 9 at 7.30pm.

With a singing career spanning over 20 years, Ploutarhos’ voice is well known not only in Greece but around the world.

Ploutarhos has had a number of huge hits which resonate with different generations of Greeks and this new Canberra concert with his children brings the classics back with a fresh sound.

Songs like Ax Koritsi Mou, An Ise I Agapi, File, To Kalitero Paidi, To Gramma, Ti Stavro Kouvalao, Ipirhan Orki, Fovame Pos, Enas Theos, and Anasa Mou, will all be performed on the night.

The concert has been organised by the Hellenic Club of Canberra.

The President of the Greek Orthodox Community of Canberra (GOCC), John Loukadellis, encourages people to visit Canberra for the concert as Ploutarhos won’t be performing in Sydney this year.

“This is our third singer in 15 months to visit Canberra and we can’t wait to enjoy a night of Greek music and dancing,” Mr Loukadellis told The Greek Herald.

“We want to continue bringing Greek performers to the ACT to keep the flame of Hellenism strong and proud.”

Tickets for the event are $165 per person including Mezethes or front row platinum tables of 10 including Mezethes are $2,250. You can book tickets here: https://bit.ly/3Bro9r9.




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