Synonyms for evanthia or Related words with evanthia
Examples of "evanthia"
Kairi (1799–1866) was a Greek intellectual, playwright, poet and feminist.
The film won an award for its soundtrack at the World Soundtrack Awards, awarded to
Anastasia Kostaki and
Maltsi are female Greek professional basketball players that have played in the WNBA.
Makrygianni (born 30 August 1986) is a Greek former synchronized swimmer who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
George Papandreou is married to Ada Papapanou and they have a daughter, Margarita-Elena (born 1990). He also has a son, Andreas (born 1982), from a previous civil wedding to
Zissimides (1976–1987), from Cyprus.
Christian wed Emily Crompton, socialite and former nightclub hostess, in a lavish ceremony in 2010. They had twins in 2013, Isabella Monaco
and Cayman Charles Wolf. They live between UK and Monaco.
Maltsi (born December 20, 1978) is a Greek professional basketball 1.80 m., guard, currently playing for Olympiacos in the Greek Basket League. In 2007, she played for Connecticut Sun in the WNBA.
For her second LP record, "Sti Limni me tis Paparounes" (By the lake with the Poppies), she collaborated with songwriters/composers Panagiotis Kalantzopoulos and
Reboutsika and lyricist Afroditi Rayla. The record was released by Lyra in 1993.
Panopoulou starred in two more series; "An Thimitheis to Oneiro Mou" and "Jenny kai
". Both of them were failures and since 2004 she has not acted on television. She dedicated herself to comedy theatre and a few years ago, in 2005 she created her very own theatre school, "Melissa Theatre School".
On September 4, 1905 he married
Amerikanou from Smyrna. In 1919, he clashed with the Directorate of the Athens Conservatory, and left the school, along with Manolis Kalomiris. In October 1919, he founded the National Conservatory of Music in Athens.
Athina-Thessaloniki (Athens to Thessaloniki) is a Greek television series, that was aired in season 1997-98 by ERT1. The series was written by Nikos Mouratidis and it starred Spyros Papadopoulos and Filareti Komninou. It stood out for its soundtrack composed by
Reboutsika and performed by Nana Mouskouri.
Released as Natasa Theodoridou's sixth studio album and the follow-up to the platinum certified "Mia Diadromi", the album was written by
Reboutsika, with whom Theodoridou had recently collaborated with on the soundtrack for "Politiki Kouzina" ("A Touch of Spice"); the lyrics are by Mihalis Gkanas.
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
Reboutsika, Mario Frangoulis, Kostas Hatzis, Elias Andriopoulos, Alkistis Protopsalti, Yannis Markopoulos, Kostas Karalis and Antonis Kaloyannis, among others.
There are however other composers of instrumental and incidental music (including filmscores and music for the stage), whose work cannot be easily classified, such as Stamatis Spanoudakis, Giannis Spanos, Giorgos Hatzinasios, Giorgos Tsangaris, Nikos Kypourgos, Nikos Mamangakis, Eleni Karaindrou, and
Remboutsika. Vangelis and Yanni were also Greek instrumental composers who became internationally renowned.
In January 2017, Perris released a new single called "Pios fovate tin agapi" (Who's afraid of love) through Universal Music composed by acclaimed Greek composer
Reboutsika and lyrics by Aris Davarakis, making this his first original Greek song since 2008. He announced that a second single titled "Iliofania" would be released in the Spring.
In 2002 she cooperated with the songwriter and composer Giorgos Theofanous, in the album Tosi Agapi Pos Na Hathei, which resulted in big commercial success. That same year, she started appearing alone for the first time in the music scene "Fos", which would become her "home" for the following three years. During that period, Natassa released a live album (2003) and then cooperated with
Rebutsika, the composer of her sixth album Erota, Den Ksereis N'Agapas (2004).
Theodoridou has worked with numerous well-known composers and songwriters who had helped her set new standards in local music repertoire. Giorgos Theofanous, Giorgos Moukidis, Antonis Vardis, Giannis Parios, Kyriakos Papadopoulos, Ilias Filippou, Giannis Papadopoulos, Mihalis Hatzigiannis, Eleanna Vrachali,
Reboutsika, Michalis Gkanas, Vasilis Giannopoulos, Natalia Germanou, Thanos Papanikolaou, Tasos Panagis, Panos Falaras, Triantafyllos, Evi Droutsa, Eleni Giannatsoulia and Phoebus are only a few of the songwriters and composers who have worked with Natassa.
WNBA players currently playing for Ros Casares Valencia include Lauren Jackson, Sancho Lyttle, Chamique Holdsclaw, Maya Moore, Małgorzata Dydek, DeLisha Milton-Jones, Katie Douglas, Candice Wiggins, Becky Hammon, Ann Wauters, Razija Mujanović, Jana Veselá, Belinda Snell, Amaya Valdemoro, Rebekkah Brunson, Suzy Batkovic, Elisa Aguilar, Anna Montañana, Trisha Fallon, Shannon Johnson, Marta Fernández, Murriel Page,
Maltsi and Eshaya Murphy. Nicky Anosike and Taj McWilliams-Franklin have also played for the club.
t was distributed in Europe, Latin America, United States, Canada, Australia. Awards in the 44e International Festival of Thessaloniki: Best Film, Best Director (Tassos Boulmetis), Best Screenplay (Tassos Boulmetis), Best Cinematography (Takis Zervoulakos), Best Set (Olga Leontiadou), Best Music (
Reboutsika), Best Sound (Dimitris Athanassopoulos), Best Editing (Giorgos Mavropsaridis) Award Dewars of the public to the best Greek film. Special Award of Excellence from the Association of Film and Television Technicians Greeks.
The Manchester-Essex drama club competed in the 2013 Dramafest and once again, made it to the finals in Boston. The one act play they competed with was called WASP directed by Manchester Essex Alumni, Elizabeth Edgerton. The cast and crew of WASP consisted of: Molly McCoy, Julie Macleod,
Bowling, Olivia Frontiero, Jacob Martz, Tierney McTiernan, Ellie Mortillaro, Courtney MacDougall, Audrey Davis, Tiffany Vander Laan, Chloe Schwartz, Steven Ascolillo, Nicole D'Ambrosio, Christiane Noriega, Laurel Barrie, Landon Kromishane, Neil Henery, Charlie Hoff and Nick Janowicz.
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