Synonyms for aslanidou or Related words with aslanidou

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Examples of "aslanidou"
Melina Aslanidou (born Symela Aslanidou 28 August 1974 in Stuttgart, Germany) is a Greek singer.
Aslanidou was born on 28 August 1974 in Stuttgart, Germany from Greek parents. Later, she moved with her family to Greece and grew up in Paralimni, Giannitsa.
For the first season's battles, Aslanidou "hired" the composer Antonis Mintzelos as her advisor to help her through the process of the battles.
Giorgos Papadopoulos is an active songwriter, having written songs for many popular Greek artists, including Helena Paparizou, Giorgos Mazonakis, Tamta, Kostas Martakis, Panos Kiamos, Kaiti Garbi, Melina Aslanidou and Notis Sfakianakis, among others.
In February 2008 Rallia begins a number of shows at the same music club with Melina Aslanidou that continued until the beginning of the summer . Later that summer Rallia and Melina toured together throughout Greece.
In October 2009, she began live shows at the music club "Akti Peireaus" with Vasilis Papakonstantinou, Sakis Boulas, Lakis Papadopoulos and Giannis Zouganelis. In November, she gave a number of shows with Melina Aslanidou at the club "Milos" in Thessaloniki.
In the winter of 2004-2005, she began her live professional music career next to Yiannis Kotsiras, Manolis Famellos and Melina Aslanidou. The shows began in Thessaloniki and continued in Athens.
Babis Stokas has cooperated, as a solo artist, with many important Greek singers and composers, such as George Dalaras, Lavrentis Machairitsas, Katsimihas Brothers, Stamatis Kraounakis, Pantelis Thalassinos, Melina Aslanidou and many more.
Melina Aslanidou was the third coach to be unofficially confirmed, even though she wasn't rumored as a coach before as Antonis Remos and Despina Vandi. She was officially confirmed as a coach along with the rest on December 5, 2013. It was reported by "People Greece" that after Vandi and Remos signed their contracts, ANT1 was looking for a female artist from the entechno genre resulting to have Aslanidou as the preponderant for the show. She has said that when she got the proposition for the show, her first thought was negative as she didn't have any relation with the television, but the attracting point of the proposition was the concept of the show, which led her to accept the proposition. The teasers of the coaches were revealed on January 4, 2014 where the coaches were talked about the show with Aslanidou saying that she is trying to find voices that will have technique but most of all will have "soul".
Doutsi, originating from Naousa, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-eight. Appearing on the sixth of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "I Agapi Argi" originally by Eleonora Zouganeli—with two coaches: Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou electing for her to join their teams; from which Doutsi selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, she performed "I Agapi Ine Zali" against Nicky Pappa–with Melina crowning her as the winner. In the first live show, she performed "My Way" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by her coach along with Aggeliki Zika.
Kalamaraki, originating from Athens, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-one. Appearing on the third of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "Me Ta Matia Kleista" originally by Giota Negka—with three coaches: Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi and Melina Aslanidou electing for her to join their teams; from which Kalamaraki selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, she performed "Ego Ki Esi" against Giorgos Pappas–with Melina crowning her as the winner. In the second live show, she performed "I Epimoni Sou" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by her coach along with Irwan Easty.
Easty, originating from Athens, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-six. Appearing on the second of the eight blind auditions, he auditioned with "Somebody Told Me" originally by The Killers—with two coaches: Despina Vandi and Melina Aslanidou electing for him to join their teams; from which Easty selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, he performed "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" against Maria Roselin Makren–with Melina crowning him as the winner. In the second live show, he performed "Friday I'm In Love" and ended up in the bottom three but was not saved by his coach along with Eirini Kalamaraki.
As Antonis Remos, Aslanidou isn't sure if she will be a part of the second season. She said that she wants to focus on the first season's live shows and then consider if she still wants to be a coach in the second season.
The album involves an aray of lyricists and composers including fellow artists Mihalis Hatzigiannis and Haris Alexiou; also other well-known writers/composers Eleana Vrahali, Nikos Terzis, Nikos Moraitis and Glykeria's long-time collaborator Stefanos Fotiadis. The album also features "Melina Aslanidou" in the duet "I Zoi Odigi Taxi".
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.
The show is hosted by Giorgos Liagkas with Themis Georgantas serving as the backstage and social networking corresponding. The lead vocalist of the band Stavento, Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou are the coaches of the season. The winner receives a record deal with Minos EMI.
The second season of "The Voice of Greece" premiered on February 15, 2015 and concluded on June 21, 2015. The coaches from the first season, Aslanidou, Remos, Vandi and Kouinelis remained as the coaches while Giorgos Liagkas also stayed as the presenter.
In 2013–2014 Vandi was one of the four artists/coaches participating in the Greek version of The Voice, along with Antonis Remos, Melina Aslanidou and Michalis Kouinelis. The winner of the show's first season, Maria Elena Kyriakou, was on Vandi's team.
The first season of the talent show The Voice of Greece began broadcasting on January 10, 2014. The coaches were Michalis Kouinelis, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou. Each coach chose their finalists for the live shows through the blind auditions and the battles. During the blind auditions, the coaches selected their 16 artists while in the battles half of the artists were eliminating leaving a number of 8 acts for each coach. The show was won by Maria Elena Kiriakou, mentored by Despina Vandi, who took the record deal with Universal Music Greece, with Areti Kosmidou and Lefteris Kintatos becoming the joint runners-up (mentored by Michalis Kouinelis and Antonis Remos respectively). Emily Charalambous, mentored by Melina Aslanidou, took the fourth place.
Bilida, originating from Tripoli, auditioned for "The Voice of Greece" at the age of twenty-five. Appearing on the first of the eight blind auditions, she auditioned with "To Metrima" originally by Natassa Mpofiliou—with three coaches: Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos and Melina Aslanidou electing for her to join their teams; from which Bilida selected Melina Aslanidou. During the battles, she performed "Trava Skandali" against Maria Mouratidou–with Melina crowning her as the winner. In the second live show, she performed "Kopse kai Moirase" and was saved by the public. In the third live show, she performed "Fila Me Akoma" and was once again saved by the public along with Emily Charalambous. In the fourth live show, she performed "Moira mou Egines" and ended up in the bottom two but was not saved by her coach.