Concert: “Choir and Mandolinata” – Chania 2nd July

On Tuesday July 2nd, at 21.00, a concert will take place at Katehaki Square (Venetian Harbor)  dedicated to the Ionian music:
Choir &  Mandolinata of Chania conducted by Antonis Kostourakis.
Free entrance.Choir&Mandolinata

The concert is organized within the framework of the 5th Summer School of the Pedagogical Department. University of Crete,Organization: Municipality of Chania – KEPPEDIK KAM.

The Choir and  Mandolinata of Chania was founded in 1973.
Founder and conductor  was Antonis Kostourakis, who taught both the choir and the mandolin.
The activity of the choir lasted for about 10 years and then ceased due to non-renewal of  members.

In 2000 the conductor of the Choir and Mandolinata Antonis Kostourakis taught at the School of Music “Contemporary Music Workshop” in  Kissamos, where he revived the Choir and Mandolinata, which has been very active both in the area of Kissamos and outside.




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