Synonyms for kontopoulos or Related words with kontopoulos

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Examples of "kontopoulos"
Nikolaos Kontopoulos (Greek: Νικόλαος Κοντόπουλος, 1889 - 1958) was a Greek writer.
The public along with an "expert" jury had three songs to choose from, all composed by Dimitris Kontopoulos. All three songs were choreographed by Fokas Evagelinos. Responding to a question about the style of the song, asked by a reporter in the October 14 press conference, Rouvas answered that he trusted in Dimitris Kontopoulos, and that Kontopoulos had written many hits for him and knew what style of songs that fit Rouvas the best.
The song was re-recorded in a new version, produced by Dimitris Kontopoulos.
Kontopoulos is married and has two children and avoids public appearances, does not talk to the media often, and dislikes being recognized stating that celebrity life kills privacy.
Kontopoulos has to-date composed and produced 14 albums, out of which 8 have gone platinum and two of those twice platinum.
For the first season's battles, Vandi "hired" the composer and producer Dimitris Kontopoulos as her advisor to help her through the process of the battles.
3. A te soltanto (Just for you) – originally the song "Esena mono" from the album "Emmones Idees" (2003), music by Dimitris Kontopoulos – 3:33
Archaeological excavations were first carried out in 1897 by K. Kontopoulos for the Greek Archaeological Service, followed by K. Kourouniotes between 1902 and 1909.
Dimitris Kontopoulos (Greek: Δημήτρης Κοντόπουλος born November 9, 1971 in Athens, Greece) is one of the most famous Greek music composers known for his dance-pop music.
The composers consist of Psimopoulos (six songs), Kontopoulos and Papadimitriou (two songs each), and Flawless, Beetkraft, Dimitris Fakos, Pogrebetsky, Serge Lama, and Ray (one song each).
Following the end of season one, Dimitris Kontopoulos and Maro Theodoraki announced they would not reprise their roles as judges for the season. Kontopoulos came to the decision to walk away from the show citing the need for more time to focus on his work and music. Maro Theodraki announced she would not return as well, citing scheduling issues with her work, while mentioning that the decision was mutual with Alpha TV.
In 2005, Kontopoulos again wrote a song for Eurovision, but this time for Russia. "Shadows" performed by Anastasia Stotskaya placed third in the Russian national final. In 2006 Kontopoulos composed the score of the popular television series 'Loufa kai Parallagi'. The song of the 'Pano stin trela mou' topped all charts in Greece and it won the first spot of the Annual National Airplay Chart.
"Shady Lady" was the Ukrainian entry for the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest. It was sung by Ani Lorak, composed by Philipp Kirkorov and written by Karen Kavaleryan. However, in Greece, around the time of the Contest, there were many rumors stating that popular composer Dimitris Kontopoulos had actually composed the song. Although his name was not credited during the Eurovision Song Contest performances, it was later confirmed that Kontopoulos was indeed a producer of the song.
Following the end of season one, Dimitris Kontopoulos and Maro Theodoraki announced they would not reprise their roles as judges for the second season. Kontopoulos came to the decision to walk away from the show citing the need for more time to focus on his work and music. Maro Theodraki announced she would not return as well, citing scheduling issues with her work, while mentioning that the decision was mutual with Alpha TV.
The song titled 'This is our night' got the most votes and thus represented Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, which took place in Moscow. After the results of the jury and the tele-voting were announced, the song was placed seventh on the final scoreboard but if the results were based only on televoting (like in previous years) it would have ranked 5th. In 2010 he released a new song for Sakis Rouvas titled 'Spase ton hrono'. The song topped the Greek charts for months. In March 2010 Kontopoulos became a member of the jury of the "Greek Idol" show. In September 2010 Kontopoulos released the new song of Sakis Rouvas called 'Parafora'. The song became a massive club hit and it was in the number one spot of the National Airplay Chart for weeks. In December of the same year Kontopoulos released the ballad 'Einai stigmes', performed by Antonis Remos. Two days after its release the song topped the download chart and immediately became a hit. In February 2011 Sakis Rouvas released his new song 'Oi dyo mas' by Kontopoulos. In March the song topped the National Airplay chart becoming the 6th song of the duo Kontopoulos/Rouvas that topped the charts.
On January 24, 2010, Alpha announced that the judges for the show would be songwriter Dimitris Kontopoulos, music teacher and author Maro Theodoraki, who is also the niece of composer Mikis Theodorakis, and video director Kostas Kapetanidis.
On January 24, 2010, Alpha announced that the judges for the show would be songwriter Dimitris Kontopoulos, music teacher and author Maro Theodoraki, who is also the niece of composer Mikis Theodorakis, and video director Kostas Kapetanidis.
On the meantime Despina's digital single "Hano Esena" produced by Dimitris Kontopoulos was released on 2013, receiving positive reviews and remaining 10 weeks at the top of the airplay chart.
In 2009 Kontopoulos composed the song ' Kai se thelo' for Sakis Rouvas. The song, for one more time, becomes a massive hit topping all charts in Greece for more than 3 months. It remained at the first spot of the National Airplay chart for 8 weeks and the song became a cover in Bulgaria and Estonia. In 2009 Kontopoulos also produced and composed the album 'Solnce' of Ani Lorak. For the song 'Solnce' of the album he won a Russian Grammy award in the Golden Grammofon awards at the Kremlin. On July 19, 2008, it was announced that Dimitris Kontopoulos would be the composer for Sakis Rouvas and Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. He composed three songs: 'Out of control', 'Right on Time', and 'This is our night' which were voted on at the national final in February 2009.
Kostas Martakis and his record label, Sony BMG Greece, chose "Always and Forever", a song by Dimitris Kontopoulos with lyrics by Vicky Gerothodorou. Kontopoulos is known for his dance-pop songs and had previously submitted songs to past national finals including "Welcome To The Party" for Anna Vissi in 2006. The song was originally presented at the ERT press conference in its original form as a pop song with a rock feel to it, but for the national final he sang a dance version of it.