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The love that Technopolis and Athens Mayor Nikitas Kaklamanis feel for the new generation of music transforms into a night of celebration on the occasion of a special event organized by the 3rd City District of the City of Athens on February 14, 2010, the day of love and last day of Carnival season.

Singer Rita Antonopoulou, who’s path has an important connection with “Technopolis”, along with Zoi Papadopoulou, Aspasia Theofilou, Maria Louka, Irini Toumpaki, Io Nikolaou, Stavroula Manolopoulou, Apostolos Rizos, Maria Papageorgiou, Alexandros Emmanouilidis, Marieta Fafouti, Nadia Boule, Yiannis Soulakis, Alexandra Koniak and Doreta Leonida will join forces and sing love songs to the sounds of the piano of Antonis Palamaris and Yiannis Tsertos.

Yiorgos Stathis, chairman of the 3rd City District, and Petros Koletis will coordinate the event.

Admission is free

Contact information:
210 3461589
Place: “Technopolis”, “Nikos Gatsos” Hall
Address: 100 Pireos St, Gazi

By Athensguide

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