Rialto Theatre February Programme
World-famous Cypriot concert pianist Martino Tirimo performs at the Rialto this month, and fans of the human voice will also be in for a treat with the Masai tribe singing with a Cypriot choir in 'I Sing for the Children of Kenya'.
Tuesday 2nd February
Tickets: €20 - 15
I sing for the children of Kenya
25 Choristers from the sacerdotal School “Archbishop Makarios III” of Kenya together with dancers of the Masai tribe sing and dance for the children of Kenya.
All proceeds will be donated to the children of Kenya
Tickets: € 15 -8
In celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Fryderyk Chopin, Martino Tirimo presents in England, Greece and Cyprus the entirety of the solo works of the most famous piano composer
Carnival Songs and Serenades
Limassol’s Children’s Choirs present this programme within the framework of the Carnival events organised by the Municipality of Limassol
Tickets: €15 - 10
Dinner with Friends
Dionysos Theatre presents in Limassol the premiere of the very well known play by Donald Margulis. The marital relations of two couples that have deep friendly ties and dream of growing old together, but hidden under the surface there are doubts, secrets and betrayals while comedy alternates with tragedy and laughter with emotion.
Translation: Errikos Bellies
Direction: Aliki Danezi Knutsen
Sets: Natassa Chrysafini
Costumes: Lisa Tsouloupa
Light design: Giorgos Lazoglou
Music selection: Giannis Stankoglou
Cast: Christina Pavlidou, Achilleas Grammatikopoulos, Fotis Georgidis, Filio Louvari
Saturday 13th (at 17:00)
The Nutcracker and other Musical Stories
A concert for children and their families presented by the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra
E. Grieg: “Morning” from the Peer Gynt suite No. 1 Op. 46
N. Rimsky-Korsakov: “The Flight of the Bumblebee”
from the opera the Tale of Tsar Saltan
P. I. Tchaikovsky: from the Nutcracker Suite Op. 71A
March, Spanish Dance, Chinese Dance, Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy,
Russian Dance Trepak, Dance of the Reed Flutes
A. Vivaldi: Spring (1st movement) from the Four Seasons
Traditional Cypriot Songs for Children, orchestrated by Evagoras Karageorgis
“To Fidin tzi’ o Katsoshiros” (The Snake and the Hedgehog) and “Vaitsivitsello
Conductor: Giorgos Kountouris
Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th
Tickets: € 12 - 6
Mia Italida sti Kypseli
From THOK’s Central Stage the comedy of N.Tsiforos and P Vassiliadis that was the box office success of the sixties. It depicts the Greek reality through the paths of virtue, malice and a mania for everything foreign. On his return from his studies in Italy Antonis is pressed by his sister to marry a foreigner. He, therefore, presents his Greek girlfriend as Italian.
Direction: Kostas Demetriou
Sets: Giorgos Chiotis
Cast: Elena Christofi, Elena Papadopoulou, Zoi Kyprianou, Giorgos Mouaimis, Michalis Moustakas, Irini Konstantinou, Haris Kkolos, Niovi Charalambous, Neoklis Neokleous, Andreas Koursoumbas, Andreas Vassiliou.
Tickets: €15 - 8
From the lights of New York…
The baritone Constantinos Yiannoudes returns to his home from New York for a recital that includes arias and songs by Mozart, Puccini, Verdi, Hoiby, Williams, Theodorakis, Hadjidakis, Markopoulos Iacovidis and others. His rich voice, theatrical appearance and radiance have brought him to the apex of the operatic happenings in America. He has had leading parts in over 400 productions of operas and theatre in theatres such as Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and Alice Tully Hall of the Lincoln Center in New York.
David Holkeboer accompanies on the piano
Tickets: € 20 - 12
A unique male ensemble from Denmark that sings a cappella. Six exquisite voices present to great acclaim in various theatres throughout the world a repertoire of jazz, r&b, soul and rock music. A great performance of songs that have been internationally loved.
Within the framework of the Limassol European Festival
Tickets: € 20 - 15
Lavrentis Macheritsas, Notis Mavroudis, Anastasia Moutsatsou & Panagiotis Margaris
The classic guitars unite with the wonderful flutes and harmonicas carrying with them the excellent voices in an exciting voyage through the music of Manos Hadjidakis and Notis Mavroudis.
Lavrentis Macheritsas, Notis Mavroudis, Anastasia Moutsatsou, Panagiotis Margaris and Manos Avarakis are the leading characters in a divine performance, a recital of precious listening.
Performances commence at 20.30
(Unless otherwise stated)