Daemonia Nymphe to play London show

Greek folk group Daemonia Nymphe have announced their first concert of 2015, a one-off event at the Garage in London on Saturday 24th January.

The world music ensemble are known for their haunting music rooted in ancient myths & stories, played on 'ancient' Greek instruments with atmosphere created by masks, costume and hypnotic dances will perform songs from their latest album 'Psychostasia' as well as all their previous albums 'The Bacchic Dance of the Nymphs/Tyrvasia', 'Daemonia Nymphe' and 'Krataia Asterope'. They will also perform for the first time new compositions from their upcoming album and music from their theatre works!!

Daemonia Nymphe were conceived in Athens in 1994 by Spyros Giasafakis and Evi Stergiou with a vision to create Ancient Greek folk music utilising traditional instruments including the lyra, varvitos, krotala, pandoura and double flutere produced for them by craftsman Nikos Brass. Live shows are an almost ethereally theatrical spectacle with the use of masks and costumes to contribute another dimension to the show.

Support for this show comes from Italy's Spiritual Front and the UK's own Sieben.

Get your tickets now priced at £13 (excluding fees) by clicking here.

article by: Elena Francis

published: 16/01/2015 15:17


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