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She is the daughter of actress
Frida is a Greek singer, best known for representing Greece in the ESC 1988.
It was succeeded as Greek representative at the 1988 Contest by
Frida with "Clown".
Laoutari (, 1893–1975) was a famous Greek singer and actor at the musical theatre.
"Clown" (Greek script: "Κλόουν") was the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, performed in Greek by
Piliaki (born ) is a Greek group rhythmic gymnast. She represents her nation at international competitions.
Krassa (born 1974) is a British Product Designer and Interior Designer and founded her own design consultancy
Krassa LTD in 2002 in London. Krassa was educated at Central St Martins College of Art and Design and later on, the Royal College of Art, under architect Ron Arad.
Skafida (; born March 20, 1982 in Athens) is a female Greek pole vaulter. She is a four-time outdoor and a three-time indoor champion for Greece.
Krassa was born in London, England. She was raised near Mount Olympus in Greece. At the age of 17, she returned to her birthplace to become a designer.
For her second LP record, "Sti Limni me tis Paparounes" (By the lake with the Poppies), she collaborated with songwriters/composers Panagiotis Kalantzopoulos and Evanthia Reboutsika and lyricist
Rayla. The record was released by Lyra in 1993.
The song was performed thirteenth on the night, following Austria's Wilfried with "Lisa Mona Lisa" and preceding Greece's
Frida with "Clown". At the close of voting, it had received 92 points, placing 3rd in a field of 21.
Papoulia has a daughter named
-Maria, from her first marriage to George Liandos. In May 2008, she married director Panagiotis Kravvas in Scotland and got divorced in 2008.
The song was performed fifteenth on the night, following Greece's
Frida with "Clown" and preceding Belgium's Reynaert with "Laissez briller le soleil". Among the backing singers supporting her was Tor Endresen, who would later represent Norway nine years later. At the close of voting, it had received 88 points, placing 5th in a field of 21.
Pilichiewicz/Piwowarska represented Poland at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed for the women's pole vault, along with her compatriots Monika Pyrek and Olympic bronze medalist Anna Rogowska. She successfully cleared a height of 4.30 metres in the qualifying rounds, finishing nineteenth overall, and tying her position with Greece's
Skafida and Portugal's Sandra-Helena Tavares.
Sandra-Helena Ribeiro Tavares Homo (born May 29, 1982) is a Portuguese pole vaulter. Tavares represented Portugal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where she competed for the women's pole vault. She successfully cleared a height of 4.30 metres, finishing nineteenth overall in the qualifying rounds, and tying her position with Greece's
Skafida, and Poland's Joanna Piwowarska.
Xanthopoulos collaborated with many young actresses of his time, including Martha Vourtsi. Martha Vourtsi and Xanthopoulos, quickly became a duo, starring in 7 films, their most notable being "Περιφρόνα με γλυκιά μου" (Contempt me, my dear). Other actresses that played the love interest of Nikos Xanthopoulos were: Angela Zilia,
Grigoriadou, Kakia Analyti, Katerina Vasilakou, Mairoula Evangelou, Dora Sitzani & Kaiti Papanika.
In 2012, it was reported that Café Rouge intended investing in excess of £20m refurbishing its restaurants over the next few years, starting with the Hampstead branch. Created by
Krassa, the new design is inspired by classic but urban Parisian bistros, whilst remaining sensitive to the essence of the original Café Rouge. The design will be rolled out across 125 restaurants within three years, with interiors tailored to each site.
I Agapi Argise mia Mera () is a Greek television series that was aired by ERT1 in season 1997-98. It was adapted from a novel by Lili Zografou. The series was directed by Kostas Koutsomytis and it starred Kariofyllia Karampeti, Tania Trypi, Minas Hatzisavvas, Giorgos Moschidis, Peggy Trikalioti, Nicola Farron,
Grigoriadou, Vassilis Diamantopoulos and others. The series won 11 Greek television awards and it is the most award-winning Greek TV series along with The Ten. The soundtrack of the series was written by Vassilis Dimitriou and it became success.
The most successful songs during the period 1870–1930 were the so-called Athenian serenades (Αθηναϊκές καντάδες), and the songs performed on stage (επιθεωρησιακά τραγούδια 'theatrical revue songs') in revues, musical comedies, operettas and nocturnes that were dominating Athens' theatre scene. Notable composers of operettas or nocturnes were Spyridon Samaras, Kostas Giannidis, Spyridon Kaisaris, Dionysios Lavrangas, Nikos Hatziapostolou, while Theophrastos Sakellaridis' "The Godson" remains probably the most popular operetta. Despite the fact that the Athenian songs were not autonomous artistic creations (in contrast with the serenades) and despite their original connection with mainly dramatic forms of Art, they eventually became hits as independent songs. Notable actors of Greek operettas, who made also a series of melodies and songs popular at that time, include Orestis Makris, Kalouta sisters, Vasilis Avlonitis,
Laoutari, Rena Vlahopoulou, Eleni Papadaki, Aris Maliagros, Marika Nezer, Marika Krevata and others. Italian opera had also a great influence on the musical aesthetics of the modern Greeks. Some popular operettas include:
Notable composers of operettas or nocturnes were Kostas Giannidis, Dionysios Lavrangas, Nikos Hatziapostolou, while Theophrastos Sakellaridis' "The Godson" remains probably the most popular operetta. Despite the fact that the Athenian songs were not autonomous artistic creations (in contrast with the serenades) and despite their original connection with mainly dramatic forms of Art, they eventually became hits as independent songs. Notable actors of Greek operettas, who made also a series of melodies and songs popular at that time, include Orestis Makris, Kalouta sisters, Vasilis Avlonitis,
Laoutari, Eleni Papadaki, Marika Nezer, Marika Krevata and others. After 1930, wavering among American and European musical influences as well as the Greek musical tradition. Greek composers begin to write music using the tunes of the tango, waltz, swing, foxtrot, some times combined with melodies in the style of Athenian serenades' repertory. Nikos Gounaris was probably the most renowned composer and singer of the time.
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