Synonyms for alkistis or Related words with alkistis

protopsalti              tzeni              natassa              glykeria              tolis              galani              mazonakis              voskopoulos              arvanitaki              karezi              chrispa              korkolis              theodoridou              tragouda              mahairitsas              afroditi              pashalis              treli              perpiniadis              tsitsanis              melisses              vaggelis              savvopoulos              mitropanos              bithikotsis              kraounakis              dimitra              terzis              hatzigiannis              dionysis              evanthia              lavrentis              parios              vanou              onirama              plessas              thomai              tamta              dalianidis              eleftheria              papatheodorou              savvidakis              stamatis              traiforos              giannatsoulia              thodoros              dionisis              thalassinos              mimis              gonidis             

Examples of "alkistis"
Alkistis Protopsalti (), born as Alkistis Sevasti Attikuzel (), is a Greek singer.
His most theatrical plays he acted was "Alkistis Antigoni" ("Alcestis Antigone"), "Macbeth", "Pluto", etc.
Alkistis Protopsalti was born in Alexandria, Egypt to Greek parents. At the age of six, Alkistis moved to Athens because of the political events that were taking place back then in Egypt.
Since 2006, collaborating with Greek singers Andriana Babali, Chrispa and Alkistis Protopsalti.
In 2013 Perris toured extensively with Alkistis Protopsalti in Greece and Cyprus as well as performing in Montreal, Canada and Pasadena, California.
Alkistis has released 16 studio albums. Her best selling album to date is the 1997 album "San Ifestio Pou Xipna" which sold more than 100,000 copies.
Alkistis Christina Benekou (born 31 January 1994) is a female water polo player of Greece. She was part of the Greek team at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships.
-The second single off Alkistis Protopsalti album Pes Mou Thalassa released in December 2002. It was included in the re-release of "Kardia Mou Min Anisiheis" in May 2003.
In December, George Perris returned to Greece and released a new “Live” album produced by Alkistis Protopsalti. The album included various Greek, French and English classics that Perris had performed live over the last 2 years.
In June, he shared the stage with Mario Frangoulis, Hayley Westenra and Alkistis Protopsalti at the Boston Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops Orchestra under the baton of Keith Lockhart. The same concert was performed in Athens, Greece at the Herod Atticus Theatre.
In Panteion University Stamatis Kraounakis met the poet Lina Nikolakopoulou, with whom he produced more than 80% of his work. In October 1985 they created and released the album "Kikloforo Ki Oploforo" with Alkistis Protopsalti as leading singer, that sold over 200.000 copies and is considered one of the classic pop records of the 20th century in Greece.
When he was twenty years old just after his first steps in professional singing he was discovered by Stamatis Kraounakis and Warner Music company who immediately offered him a contract. For three continuous seasons he was singing with Alkistis Protopsalti, Stamatis Kraounakis and Lina Nikolakopoulou, and wrote history due to his musical performances under the music director Andreas Voutsinas.
She also released her debut album with Sony in Greece, and her second record with EMI, and in 2014 she released a Greek-language record ‘Giini Aggeli (Earth Angels) co-produced by Giorgos Andreou (Tsaligopoulou, Dalaras, Vitali, Alkinoos Ioannidis) featuring Lina Nikolakopoulou (Haris Alexiou, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Alkistis Protopsalti) with UNIVERSAL- EMI.
George Chouliarakis, an academic economist who had been part of the Greek negotiating team during the talks surrounding the third bailout package, was appointed as Minister of Finance. Petros Molyviatis, a "veteran diplomat", was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs, a role he had held in 2012 and from 2004 to 2006. Alkistis Protopsalti, a singer, was appointed as the Alternate Minister of Tourism.
During winter 2002, Remos performed live next to Alkistis Protopsalti. They kept performing together during the summer in Thessaloniki. They also traveled abroad, giving concerts all over Canada and the USA. In 2003 he released a new album titled "Mia Anapnoi" ("A breath"), and the songs were written once again by Giorgos Theofanous. The album gained platinum status.
In 1998, he turned to classical music with piano recitals in Athens Concert Hall and Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Greece, as well as outside Greece. He collaborated with George Dalaras, Dimitris Mitropanos, Mario Frangoulis, Alkistis Protopsalti, Mando, Melina Aslanidou, and others.
He has performed and recorded with Mariah Carey Shirley Bassey Mark Murphy Gerardo Velez, Philip Hamilton, Charles Blenzig, Mike Pope, Andy Middleton, Randy Brecker, Joel Rosenblatt, Jon Benitez, Tessa Souter, Dave Valentin, Arturo O'Farrill Evanthia Reboutsika, Mario Frangoulis, Kostas Hatzis, Elias Andriopoulos, Alkistis Protopsalti, Yannis Markopoulos, Kostas Karalis and Antonis Kaloyannis, among others.
Latin is a 1987 double album by George Dalaras containing Greek-language adaptations of Latin-American songs, featuring Al Di Meola, Glykeria, and Alkistis Protopsalti. The album was a commercial and critical success for Dalaras in Greece, selling nearly half a million copies. It is one of several Dalaras albums to feature Al Di Meola.
In 2001 he joined Stamatis Kraounakis's theatrical team "Speira Speira" which at the time was in a show called "Sold Out". The same year Giorgos Karadimos started his collaboration with Alkistis Protopsalti on her summer tour, a collaboration that continued for several years (until her most recent appearances in music hall "Vox" with Dimitra Galani). Many important Greek singers have collaborated with Giorgos Karadimos, including Dimitris Mitropanos, Dimitra Galani, Manos Purobolakis, Melina Aslanidou, and Eleonora Zouganeli.
Kassis has also made as off 2013 two discographic works, "MANIATIKA" in 1980 for the LYRA company of Mr. Patsifa, and "DORIC ODES" in 1999 (in which Alkistis Protopsalti and Nikolas Mitsovoleas sang vocals). In these songs, the music and lyric frame is Kassis' own personal sense of Mani municipal identity born from decades of research, some of the songs (p. ex.: "Sun Wait") being entirely his (such as pieces from his grandiose poetic composition "Liokaris", first written in 1964.