The Music Department is consisted of a violin, lute, tampoutsia and occasionally of an accordion and an oblong folk drum (toumperleki). Besides, excellent voices participate, as of Maria’s Efthymiou-Lazarou and Giorgos’s Minas. The department presents a complete Cypriot musical repertory which includes all of the Cypriot folk songs and dances.
Parallel to this, creative work based on the Cypriot tradition is taking place. Until now, innovative songs and dances having as theme the seeding, harvesting, winnowing, emigration, love, war and the Turkish occupation, have been performed.
The singer of the group, Maria Lazarou, in 2005 in Lithuania, at an international festival, won the 2nd prize of the competition for “best voice” among 18 countries, and the orchestra of the group won the 3rd prize for the “best orchestra.” They also operate a children’s music department, which simultaneously serves as a nursery for young musicians who want to engage in Cypriot music. Many young people between the ages of 12 and 17 who play various instruments participate in this department.