Something is Blooming at Herodion
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus will don the colours of a lovely Greek garden for this unique album release concert. Monika will premiere her new Greek-language album; an album she has been working on for more than ten years, taking care of it as if it were her own little garden. The fruit of this collective effort is now set to ‘bloom’ at the heart of the Odeon before a live audience.
In the popular singer-songwriter's own words: “There’s nothing better than feeling the memories of music you have loved in the past stirring inside you when you hear something fresh and brand-new.” Joined by her orchestra and a youth chorus, and using traditional instruments such as lavta, mandolin and harp, Monika will offer us a magical experience, taking us on a journey back in time and all the way to the present. The concert will include both old hits and new, unreleased songs, plus many surprises. Something is blooming at Herodion indeed…
The Athens & Epidaurus Festival will be realised in compliance with the special directives issued by the Ministry of Health, with consideration for public health and a sense of responsibility towards the public and artists.
Audiences are kindly requested to arrive at the venue 90’ prior to the start of the performance, to avoid inconvenience, in compliance with the health authorities’ instructions.
All seats (upper and lower tier) are numbered.
All tickets are strictly personal and non-transferable.
During ticket purchase, the name of the person using the specific ticket must be submitted.
Please read about the special protection measures adopted by the Festival with regard to COVID-19
Duration 1 hour 30 minutes
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
- 20/07 until 21/07/2020 at 21:00
MEDIA KIT / PHOTOS
Children Zone | Opera | Layers of Street | Cinema | Chronotopia | Music | Theatre | Dance | Visual Arts | Major orchestras | Beethoven 250 - Symphony Cycle | Takis | Performance | Talks | Album release concert | Ancient Drama Revisited | Premiere | Workshop | Jazz Sessions | Introducing artists to Greece