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New Haven, February 25: Nikos Xydakis concert

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Originally From: George Syrimis <>

The Hellenic Studies Program at Yale University

invites you to a concert by

Nikos Xydakis

Friday, February 25, 2005 8:00 PM

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 292 Orange St, New Haven, CT 06510

The concert is free and open to the public

Nikos Xydakis is one of Greece's most important composers of the last twenty five years. His first album, "The Revenge of the Gypsies" in 1978 was a ground-breaking experiment with Rebetika forms that heralded the arrival of a new musical idiom in Greece. Working with lyricist Manolis Rasoulis and later Thodoris Gkonis, Xydakis reintroduced neglected instruments to Greek music and opened new melodic roads that often evoke a medieval aura, laced with romantic references to religion, history, legends, and fairy tales. He has published more than 15 albums and has worked with singers Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Melina Kana, Dora Masklavanou, and Nikos Papazoglou among others.

For more information, including directions please call (203) 432-3423 or visit our website at Http://

The activities of the Hellenic Studies Program are funded by the Stavros S. Niarchos Foundation.

George Syrimis				Tel: (203) 432-9342
Associate Program Chair			Fax: (203 432-5963
Hellenic Studies Program
34 Hillhouse Avenue, Room 301
Yale University
New Haven, CT 06520-8206

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