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SPANISH NIGHT with SOCRATES & MARIZA – sold out

Wednesday 12 June 8:00 am

Socrates Leptos (guitar) and Mariza Anastasiades (soprano) have weaved together a unique programme of Spanish and Latin American music spanning from the 16th century to today, promising to indulge the audience in an enchanting journey through the Hispanic world. With the magical tunes of Mudarra, Garcia Lorca, Pujol, De Falla and Obradors, listeners will be transported to a world of passion, poetry, and dream-like landscapes, where the guitar’s rich textures and the soprano’s expressive vocals merge into an unforgettable sonic experience. Presented by Music in the Mountains.

Programme:

Alonso Mudarra (1510-1580) Two Villancicos: Si viesse e me levasse & Isabel, perdiste la tu faxa

Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936) Canciones españolas antiguas

Máximo Diego Pujol (b.1957) Preludio Tristón

Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) Siete canciones populares españolas

Fernando Obradors (1897-1945) El vito from Canciones Clásicas Españolas

Ruperto Chapí (1851-1909) Las hijas del Zebedeo

Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959) Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Aria

SPANISH NIGHT with SOCRATES & MARIZA, Wednesday 12 June 8pm, o Linós Ineia. Tickets: €18. Limited space in the dining room; pre-payment essential. Box Office: Tel: 96207351, buy online: www.dailydealscy.com/event/spanish or Email: andrew@musicinthemountains.eu

Food & Accommodation: o Linós Ineia offers excellent pre-concert vegan meals and special event menu choices plus local craft beers, local wines, artisan gin and more. Reservations essential. Tel: 96207351. For meat-eaters, To Archontiko Tis Elenis Taverna offers traditional Cyprus cuisine in the village. Tel: 99876807. There is accommodation in the village and in Droushia, including Droushia Heights Hotel. Tel: 26332200.

Information: www.musicinthemountains.eu. www.olinosvegan.com. Facebook: @musicmountainscyprus.

Socrates Leptos (guitar) has been praised for his “excellent technique and strong interpretive skills”. He has given performances to critical acclaim in the United States and Europe as well as multiple venues in Greece and Cyprus. Dr Leptos has won first prize in the New England Guitar Competition and the GWUC music competition in Chicago and in 2002 received the Athanassiades Award for musical excellence by the Greek Women’s University Club in Chicago. He is a founding member of the Cyprus Guitar Trio with whom he performed the world premiere of Maximo Diego Pujol’s Concierto for Three Guitars with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Miltos Logiades. He has appeared with the Trio in music festivals such as the EGTA Festival, the University of Cyprus Cultural Festival, and the Volos – Magnesia Guitar Festival in Greece. In 2022 Dr. Leptos collaborated with soprano Mariza Anastasiades to record Manuel de Falla’s Siete Canciones Populares which was released on Spotify. He has subsequently performed with Ms. Anastasiades in Köln, Germany, and the Zenél a Kastely Festival in Budapest. He joined the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra in 2014 for a performance of Manos Hadjidakis’ Gioconda’s Smile under Alkis Baltas and again in 2015 performing Astor Piazzolla’s Fuga y Misterio with Dariusz Mikulski conducting. Socrates Leptos has performed in the soundtrack for Disney’s feature film production The Last Warrior with music by George Kallis as well as Sigma TV’s series production Vasiliki with music by Andreas Georgallis. He was a guest at the Baldwin Wallace International Guitar Festival in Ohio and the Federal Hill International Guitar Series in Baltimore where he performed and taught masterclasses for an array of international students. Socrates Leptos is a graduate of Yale University and the New England Conservatory. He holds a doctoral degree in music from the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University.

Mariza Anastasiades (soprano) has a rich and multidimensional repertoire which extends from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era. Her resume includes important collaborations with conductors and artists from Europe and America. In September 2021, as part of the Cyprus International Festival, she performed the leading role of Bonadea in the contemporary opera “Argos Sidiros” by Andis Scordis, with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Zoe Tsokanou. Ms. Anastassiades has performed important roles from the operatic repertoire. Some of them are: the role of Contessa from the opera “Le Nozze di Figaro” by W.A.Mozart at the Greek Opera Festival in 2017, the role of Lauretta in the opera “Gianni Schicchi” by G. Puccini with the Varna International Orchestra under the direction by conductor Gregory Buchalter, the leading role of Dido in the opera “Dido and Aeneas” by Henry Purcell and the role of the Mother from the Opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors”, in a Kyrenia Opera production, held in Vienna in December 2021. In November 2022 she had her first collaboration with conductor Günter Neuhold in a concert of Czech repertoire together with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. In 2018 she participated in a gala concert with the orchestra of the Prague State Opera conducted by Richard Hein, as part of the Prague Opernfest with the Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also collaborated with the Danube Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Andreas Déak in a series of concerts at the Danube Palace Concert Hall, as well as with conductor Pál Németh and the Savaria Baroque Orchestra in Budapest. Mrs. Anastasiades has received awards in Pan-European and International Singing Competitions. Her major honors include, among others, First Prize at the Concours de musique du Canada Section Mauricie et Center du Québec in June 2021 and Grand Prix at the Stojan Stojanov-Gančev Singing Competition.

o Linós is open, with appointment, from 11am Saturday to Monday, last tables at 8pm, a vegan village kitchen for all food lovers. Founded in October, 2021 and situated in the heart of Ineia, celebrating the produce of Cyprus. Check out our rotating choices of dishes served in the format of meze. Reservations essential (24 hours) Tel: 96207351.

To Archontiko Tis Elenis, Ineia – For fish and meat-eaters, try the fresh, homemade traditional meals, including great potato chips and sheftalia. Family owned and run. See Google maps for reviews! Reservations essential. Tel: 99876807.

Accommodation is available in Ineia and nearby Droushia. Droushia Heights Hotel is a boutique landscape hotel with a small spa and gym. Tel: 26332200. Palates Droushia Village Hotel is a family run hotel with a choice of mountain and sea views with a quiet quality atmosphere in a natural setting. Tel: 99374165. Ktima 1937 Kannides is a traditional house that has been tastefully renovated and converted into a complex of five cosy apartments in Droushia. Tel: 99143495. Sappho Manor House offers traditional Apartments for rent, located in the centre of Droushia. Tel: 95102732.

Ineia is located in the Paphos region between Paphos and Polis. This picturesque village sits on the mountainous area of Laona at an altitude of 625M and affords stunning views across the Akamas Peninsula. Just 30Km north of Paphos, Ineia can be reached by following either the B7 route and then the E711, or taking the E709 and then the F708. The village originally takes its name from the word ‘ino  s’ – which was the word used by the Ancient Greeks for ‘wine’ – whilst its old-fashioned signs introduce it as ‘Oinia’, with the spelling of the village gradually changed to its current form over time. Nestled among vineyards, Ineia is one of the wine-grape growers of the area, and is included along the Laona-Akamas wine route. The village is also becoming famous for its new Turtle Museum, the only one in Cyprus, which opened in June 2023. The breath-taking beauty of the area in general makes it popular for walking and photography, and is an inspiration for many artists.

SPANISH NIGHT with SOCRATES & MARIZA, Wednesday 12 June 8pm, o Linós Ineia. Tickets: €18. Limited space in the dining room; pre-payment essential. Box Office: Tel: 96207351, buy online: www.dailydealscy.com/event/spanish or Email: andrew@musicinthemountains.eu

Music in the Mountains was founded in 2005 by Pam Groves, Mike Groves, and Andrew Oliver. It was created in order to present a wide range of high-quality concerts in all musical genres in the mountain villages in the Limassol and Paphos regions, including Lofou, Lania, Trimiklini, Silikou and Ineia, as well as occasional events in Limassol and Paphos.

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Date:
Wednesday 12 June
Time:
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
Cost:
€18
Website:
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Venue

o Linós Ineia
o Linós, Eleftherias, Ineia
Ineia, 8704
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Phone:
96207351

Organiser

Music in the Mountains
Email:
andrew@musicinthemountains.eu

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