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TELETHON and Hellenic Bank present the 'Telethon Christmas Symphony'

TELETHON, in collaboration with Hellenic Bank, are presenting the charity concert 'Telethon Christmas Symphony,' featuring distinguished artists.

The charity event is set to take place on Friday, 1 December, at 8pm, at the Hellenic Bank Head Office Building in Nicosia.

According to a relevant press release, the event promises to be an evening to remember for music lovers, filled with an eclectic program and a blend of melodies from various genres, all seamlessly integrated with beloved Christmas classics.

Artists Tatiana Stupak (piano), Elena Soskova (soprano), Olivera Rialas (violin), Yana-Valeriya Borrego Carbonel (flute), and Margarita Michaelova (saxophone), who have already marked their presence on stages worldwide, will deliver an exquisite performance. Their repertoire will comprise a selection of favorite cinema songs as well as light jazz music.

Advance ticket sale (limited number) for the 'Telethon Christmas Symphony' has begun via, which is offering its services pro bono. Tickets are priced at €20, and all proceeds will be donated to support TELETHON.

On Friday, 1 December, the power of music meets the spirit of giving. For additional information, please contact 97960280.

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