A HUB OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION
26 January 20:00
21 & 28 January 20:30
Οι «Ιδαίον Project» παρουσιάζουν ζωντανά το 1o album τους
Nama Dama is a Cypriot-Ukrainian performance artist based in Nicosia. Her work spins around various concepts, hence, every performance is usually different. Her music is an amalgam of folk and classical music, wrapped around ambient and intense vocals. She released her first EP "Confessions to my Songbird" in 2020 and is currently involved in theatrical and educational work. During this event, she will be presenting her short solo performance SAPIENS. A political performance that deals with today's war in Ukraine and the future of humanity.
Constantinos Lemesios will be presenting his new album Them. In this new EP Album, he experiments with atmospheric electronic sounds and synthesizers, and wanders between IDM music and the underground, art-pop European electronic scene. A full band, comprising of 3 great musicians, will accompany Lemesios during his performance of Them, and older, loved songs from his previous album Dysphasia.
Το experimental folk rock σχήμα «Ιδαίον Project» κυκλοφόρησε το πρώτο ομώνυμο album του και ξεκινά τις ζωντανές παρουσιάσεις του από την έδρα του, τη Λευκωσία, με δύο ξεχωριστά lives, στο ARTos Ηοuse, τα Σάββατα 21 και 28 Ιανουαρίου 2023, στις 20.30.
13 -14 March 19:30 - 22:00
POETRY SLAM CYPRUS, 2023
Yonatan Kunda (Hebrew) and Muhammad Aguani (Arabic) from Israel have been invited as guest slammers, and Dominique Christina from the USA, Gonçalves Gonçalo from Mozambique, Frej Haar from Sweden, Marie Darah from Belgium (French), Matt Charnock from Denmark and Lisette Ma Neza from Belgium (Flemish).
Cypriot, two-time Slam champion, Argyris Loizou has been invited and will take part along with a guest slammer from Israel.
26 March 20:00 - 21:00
Interdisciplinary Vocal Performance
ARTos House presents Los Angeles-based vocalist and composer Odeya Nini and sound-theatre duo Physical Plastic (Yiannis Christofides and Kestrel Farin Leah) in An Evening of Interdisciplinary Vocal Performance.
“One day, I sat with the composer-vocalist Odeya Nini in a small park in Mount Washington, while she performed her piece “I See You.” No one else was there. It felt like music being reinvented note by note, after the deluge.” - Alex Ross, The New Yorker