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Anna Vissi to Perform Concert at Melrose Ballroom

Superstar pop singer Anna Vissi will be appearing at the Melrose Ballroom in Astoria. The concert marks Vissi’s return to performing in New York after two years.

On Sunday, at SVL Souvlaki Bar in Astoria, Vissi met with Maria Hadjidemetriou who besides being a thalassemia patient is also the Executive Board Member of the Cooley’s Anemia Foundation, President of the Intercollegiate Hellenic Society (IHS), co-owner of SVL Souvlaki Bar Costas Gurlakis, and Vice President of IHS Margaret Skourlis. Jack Trantides and Popi Vassilakis of Central organized the concert.

Christina Shailas, President of the Cypriot Young Professionals of the Cyprus-US Chambers of Commerce, and Peter Katsiaris, co-owner of SVL Souvlaki Bar were also present at the meeting to welcome Vissi back to New York where fans are eager to attend her concert. 

The Intercollegiate Hellenic Society (IHS) has been in existence for over three decades. Since its establishment, the organization has been committed to bringing together young Hellenes to support causes important to our Hellenic roots, and the general Hellenic student body.

Tickets may be purchased by calling Maria Hadjidemetriou at 917-623-2931, for a table, by calling Popi at 917-682-2887.

 

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