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Pancyprian Association Screens Concert September 5 at 4 PM

September 4, 2021

On Sunday, September 5 at 4 PM the Cultural Division of The Pancyprian Association of America presents a Free ONLINE Screening of the 2016 Production ΟΜΟΡΦΗ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΡΑΞΕΝΗ ΠΑΤΡΙΔΑ, a Concert with the Pancyprian Choir of New York and Doros Demostenous Filmed LIVE from the Kaye Playhouse in Manhattan.

With additional guest singers Eleni Andreou, Aris Athan, children from our Omogeneia and the actors Ioanna Katsarou and Christos Alexandrides, OMOΡΦΗ ΚΑΙ ΠΑΡΑΞΕΝΗ ΠΑΤΡΙΔΑ is a journey of Cyprus' history and culture, with special emphasis on the 1974 Invasion. Artistic and Musical Director – Phytos Stratis.

Watch it on the organizations YouTube channel or its Facebook Page this Sunday September 5th at 4PM:

https://www.facebook.com/events

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