Lina Nikolakopoulou is one of the most renowned Greek lyricists, having written over 400 songs in the past four decades. She has collaborated with several important composers and singers from Greece and beyond. In order to honor Nikolakopoulou and her impact on advancing Greek culture throughout the world, a concert at Princeton University will be presented to celebrate her most enduring works and significant musical collaborations. The performance will be at 4PM on Sunday, March 1st, 2015 in the Taplin Auditorium. Nikolakopoulou will fly from Greece to be present at the event. Led by recording artist and composer Nikos Kouroupakis, the concert will also feature Aphrodite Daniel, Yanna Katsagiorgi, and Nikitas Tampakis ’14 as vocalists. The band will be performing under the direction of acclaimed composer and guitarist, Spiros Exaras. Princeton student musicians will open the concert.
Parking and Directions
Taplin Auditorium is located in Fine Hall near the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Ln in Princeton, NJ. For more information on traveling to Princeton University, visit the university travel page. If you are using a GPS, enter the following address to get to the parking lots:
4 Ivy Ln
Princeton, NJ 08540
Free public parking is available in the lots on Ivy Ln. Below is a map showing where parking and the auditorium entrance on the campus map.
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