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Title: Societas Raffaello Sanzio-Romeo Castellucci
Location: Megaron Mousiki, Τhe Athens Concert Hall, Alexandra Trianti Hall
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Description: For details on the performan, see:
ww.raffaellosanzio.org

Part of the 2009 Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2009
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The Athens Festival venue Megaro Mousiki,The Athens Concert Hall
is located on Vasilissis Sofias Avenue, across the street from the American Embassy. The \”Alexandra Trianti\” and \”Nikos Skalkottas\” Halls form part of the Megaron extension, the International Conference Centre, which has been opening to the public in stages since 2003. The Hall of the Friends of Music is in the original building.

By Metro
Alight at Megaron Moussikis Station (Line 3)
www.ametro.gr

By Bus
Alight at the Alexandra stop (Served by Routes 408, 419, 550, 601, 603, Α5, Γ5, X14)
www.oasa.gr

By Trolley Bus
Alight at the Alexandra stop (Served by Routes 3, 8, 10 and 13)
www.athens-trolley.gr

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Accessibility
All Athens & Epidaurus Festival venues are accessible to wheelchair users and guests with mobility challenges, as well as with viausl or hearing impairments.

Please note:
The theatrical performance will be in Greek.
June 1 – 4, 2009, 21:00 (the dates are subject to change)

Start Date: 2009-06-08
Start Time: 21:00
End Date: 2009-06-09

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