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Performing on paper. Exhibition 24th April - 2nd May

The Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum has the honor to present Demetras Kokkinou Exhibition entitled "Performing on paper".
Demetra graduated from Pietro Vannuci Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia whilst simultaneously attended theatre and fashion design.

She worked with various materials and forms of art, concluding that her favorite material is paper.

A solo exhibition at the Zmart Gallery with works inspired entirely of paper.

Opening Hours
Monday - Thursday: 10:00 - 13:00 & 16:00 - 19:00
Friday: 10:00 - 13:00 & 16:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 19:00

Monday through Saturday
From: Friday, April 24th, 2015
Until: Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
Time: See Description

Loukia and Michael Zampelas Art Museum
27 Arch. Makarios III Avenue, Kaimakli
Nicosia, Nicosia 1020, Cyprus
Phone: 22456099


Cycling in Nicosia every Wednesday until July

The ride commences from the meeting point at the Kolokassi Car Park in Nicosia.

We will follow a short route through the old town centre and Ledra Street and then continue either towards Kaimakli/Aglantzia or Agio Andrea/Makedonitissa. The ride will finish at the Kolokassi Car Park.

This easy ride of about 20 kilometers is open to all.

We meet at 19:45 and begin cycling on time at 20:00.

Don't forget your bike lights! We strongly suggest wearing cycling helmets during these rides.

There is a team of volunteers, wearing orange safety-vests, who will be helping with the cyclists movement through traffic when necessary during our ride. We kindly request that, for the safety of all, participants follow the marshalls' instructions.

On Wednesdays
From: Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
Until: Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
Time: 19:45 - 21:45

Exact dates
01/04/2015, 08/04/2015, 15/04/2015, 22/04/2015, 29/04/2015, 06/05/2015, 13/05/2015, 20/05/2015, 27/05/2015, 03/06/2015, 10/06/2015, 17/06/2015, 24/06/2015, 01/07/2015, 08/07/2015, 15/07/2015, 22/07/2015, 29/07/2015

Kolokasi Parking Area
Nicosia, Nicosia Cyprus


More Information
Podilates Lefkosias
Phone: 99956528


The Cyprus Symphony Orchestra presents the programme “Musical Flavorus of today and yesterday” with soloist Virginie Bove (flute), under the music direction of conductor Lisa Xanthopuolou Constantin Papageorgio’s ballet music Illusoes is based on an imaginary scenario in which the composer creates illusive atmospheres. Mozart’s 1st flute concerto is full of brightness, melodic gracefulness and energy with plenty of virtuosic passages for the soloist. Poulenc’s only symphonic work, his Sinfonietta, was a commission from the BBC to celebrate the opening of the Third Programme. And indeed a celebratory work it is: plenty of dance rhythms, satirical moments and haunting melodies, clothed in classical folksiness, modality and lush harmonies.

W. A. MOZART: Flute concerto no.1 in G major, K. 313
F. POULENC: Sinfonietta

€12 / €7 (18- 26 years old and pensioners) / free for under 18

Tickets, CySO Friends Cards and free entrance vouchers available at the Theatres’ box office (Tel. 24 665794, 77777745, 22 410181)

CySO FRIENDS CARD: Secure a number of invitations and other benefits for any of the evening concerts of the Orchestra during the artistic season 2014/2015.

When & Where

Larnaka: Wednesday 13 May 2015, Municipal Theatre, 20:30
Limassol: Thursday 14 May 2015, Rialto Theatre, 20:30
Nicosia: Friday 15 May 2015, Pallas Theatre, Paphos Gate, 20:30

Supporters: Municipality of Larnaka, Limassol Municipality, Rialto Theatre

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Biodiversity of Cyprus. Lecture on 29th April in Nicosia

The Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation cordially invites you to the 3rd lecture entitled: "Biodiversity of Cyprus: Importance, Threats and Conservation perspectives"

Biodiversity conservation is of outmost importance for human well-being and survival. Research projects consisting of significant conservation efforts for the limitation of threats and pressures in Cyprus biodiversity will be presented in the lecture.

Wednesday, 29 April 2015, 19:30
Andreas Patsalides Hall
Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation

Speaker: Dr. Marios Andreou (Biologist)
Nature Conservation Unit, Frederick University

(The lecture will be delivered in Greek)

During the lecture series, the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation publications with subjects that are related to the environment, will be available at a special price, at Agora, the shop of the Cultural Foundation.

Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
Time: Starts at 19:30

Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation
86-90 Phaneromenis Str.
Nicosia, Nicosia 1011, Cyprus
Phone: 22677134

Guitar Recital with Timotheos Stylianides. 30th April in Nicosia

In support of the “Music in the Town” event, which is organised in the old town of Nicosia by the Friends of Nicosia Association, the Pharos Arts Foundation presents a recital with one of Cyprus’ eminent classical guitarists, the exciting Timotheos Stylianides. The programme will include works by Manuel De Falla, Benjamin Britten, Mikis Theodorakis, Frank Martin, and Antonio Lauro. The concert is open to the public, free of entrance.

Timotheos Stylianides was born in Cyprus in 1982 and took his first guitar lessons at the age of eleven. In 2002 he commenced his studies at the University of Hull in Great Britain where he focused on Performance, Composition, Orchestration and Psychology of Music. At the same time he studied the guitar under the guidance of Tom McKinney and Graig Ogden. He then followed postgraduate studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where he furthered his guitar studies with Eleftheria Kotzia and John Mills. He graduated with an MMus in Performace.

Timotheos Stylianides continued his studies in guitar at the Real C╬┐nservatorio Superior de Musica de Madrid in Spain where he was taught by Jose Luis Rodrigo. Stylianides participated in various festivals, seminars and master-classes in which he took advice from many accomplished artists including Leo Brouwer, David Russel, Dusan Bogdanovic, Carlo Marchione, Aniello Desiderio and Zoran Dukic. In 2006, Stylianides was awarded the John Mills Guitar Prize. He has appeared in concerts throughout Croatia, Germany, Serbia, Spain and the UK. Alongside his performance career, Timotheos Stylianides is teaching guitar at the European University of Cyprus.

Thursday, April 30th, 2015
Time: Starts at 21:00

The Shoe Factory
304 Ermou Street
Nicosia, Nicosia Cyprus

Free entrance

Pharos Arts Foundation
Phone: 22663871
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