EMBCA Presents a Special Live Mother’s Day Webinar Concert on May 10

NEW YORK – EMBCA (East Mediterranean Business Culture Alliance) presents a special live Mothers Day New York / Athens Webinar Concert, in association with the AHEPA Hellenic Cultural Commission (HCC) and AHEPA District 6, on Sunday, May 10, 2 PM New York time/ 9 PM Athens time. The event will be live streaming on EMBCA’s YouTube channel.

Following the postponement of many events due to the coronavirus and the measures to prevent the spread of the virus, EMBCA is launching an online platform to continue to offer its programs.

The concert event on May 10 will kick off EMBCA’s virtual programming and includes performers live from New York and Athens. Among the performers are Spiro Cardamis, Vaya Kalantzi, Richard Khuzami, Kostas Psarros, and Mike Risko Savas.

EMBCA founder and president Lou Katsos concluded the email announcement for the event by saying, “Our best regards to you and sincerely wish and hope for your continued safety and vigilance during this trying period.”

More information is available online: embca.com.

The link to EMBCA’s YouTube channel is here: https://youtu.be/1BrTrzJHoHs.


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