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“Singing Poetry” Celebrates World Poetry Day on March 21

NEW YORK – The Cultural Ministry of Saint George and Saint Demetrios’ Church in Manhattan celebrates World Poetry Day 2021 on March 21st, with the streaming of ‘Singing Poetry,’ a Cyprus New York Production under the musical and artistic direction of Phyto Stratis.

The program consists of songs composed by Theodorakis, Hadjidakis, Loizos, and Terzis, with the poetry of Elytis, Seferis, Sappho, Palamas, and Lorca, and is performed by Aggeliki Psonis, Ariadne Panagopoulou, Demetris Michael, and Louis Panayioutou. Excerpts from the Old Testament’s poem Asma Asmaton will be narrated by Anna Tsoukala Post and Theodoros Petropoulos.  

Watch ‘Singing Poetry’ this Sunday, March 21, 6 PM, on Saint Demetrios and Saint George Church’s Facebook page and on their Youtube channel. 

https://www.facebook.com/St.GeorgeandDemetrios

For Assistance: +1 917 750 1136 

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