Synonyms for michailidis or Related words with michailidis
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() was a Greek shooter. He competed at the 1896 Summer Olympics in Athens.
received the Honorable Award from the Greek Music and Theater Critics Association.
is a surname of Pontic Greek origin. Notable persons with that name include:
(, born 29 September 1960) is a Greek actor. He appeared in more than twenty films since 1992.
Epikouri was a Greek band formed in 1980 as backing vocalists for Anna Vissi when they represented their country in Eurovision Song Contest 1980 with the song "Autostop." The entry finished in 13th place with 30 points. The band was formed by Achilleas
and Eva Tselidou. The group did not perform again with Anna Vissi after the contest.
He studied at the acting school of Kostis
and finished the law school of the university of Athens.
(, born 15 January 1975, in Ptolemaida) is a retired Greek professional footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is currently a goalkeeping coach at AEK Athens.
Butcher faced Andreas
at Bellator 128 on October 10, 2014. He won the fight via TKO in the second round.
Nebsenre is one of only four kings of the 14th Dynasty to be attested by an artefact contemporary with his reign: a jar of unknown provenance bearing his prenomen, which was in the private
(, born 21 May 1993) is a professional Greek football player, currently playing for Doxa Drama in the Greek Superleague. He made his Superleague debut in a game against Panionios.
was born in Crete. He studied piano with Dimitris Toufexis in Athens. He continued his musical studies at the Hochschule der Künste in Berlin, where he studied conducting with Hans-Martin Rabenstein.
competed in the free rifle event and military pistol event. His place and score in those competitions are not known, though he did not finish in the top five.
One Night for Love or Appointment With an Unknown Woman () is a 1968 Greek black and white drama film directed and written by Vasilis Georgiadis and starring Elena Nathanail, Giannis Voglis and Dimitris Murat. It was produced by Damaskinos-
The serekh-name "Sneferka" appears on several schist- and alabaster vessels. One was found in the mastaba of the high official Merka who served under king Qa'a; a second one in the underground galleries of the step pyramid of king Djoser (3rd dynasty) and the third was found in an anonymous mastaba, also at Sakkara. A fourth artifact with Sneferka's name is found in the private Georges-
-Collection but its authenticity is questioned by Archaeologists and Egyptologists, since its origin is unknown. Additionally, the inscription on the
-object is a serekh with no Horus-falcon, which is highly unusual for any Egyptian artifact of that time period.
While with the TSSO,
led concerts at various festivals in Greece and abroad. In December 2007, during the celebration events of the Cultural Year of Greece in China, he took the Orchestra on tour in Beijing, China, host of the 2008 Olympic Games.
The Greek National Opera () is the country's state lyric opera company, located in the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center at the south suburb of Athens, Palaio Faliro. It is a public corporation under the supervision of the Greek Ministry of Culture and administered by the Board of Trustees and its Artistic Director, currently Myron
His music was directed among others by: Arturo Tamayo, Gunther Schuller, Diego Masson, James Judd, Mathias Bamert, Ingo Metzmacher, Martin Brabbins, Gaetano Colajanni, Olivier Cuendet, Christian Eggen, Henri Gallois, Christopher Warren-Green, Henry Kucharzyk, Stefan Skold, Myron
, Miltos Logiades, Alexandros Myrat, Marios Papadopoulos, Nikos Tchouchlos, Alkis Baltas
He was born on April 15, 1935 in the Athens neighborhood of Tourkovounia. His parents were poor refugees from Asia Minor, and he helped his family financially doing odd jobs. After a successful audition, he entered the drama school of K.
(Greek: Μύρων Μιχαηλίδης;) is a Greek conductor, since 2011 Artistic Director of the Greek National Opera. During 2004/11 he was as General Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra (TSSO) while from 1999 to 2004 he was Permanent Conductor at the Opera of Eastern Saxony in Germany.
has conducted the Berlin, Rome, Mexico and Jerusalem Symphony Orchestras, George Enescu (Bucharest) and Slovak Philharmonic (Bratislava) Orchestras, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra and the National Radio Orchestra of Romania, as well as all Greek symphony orchestras and the orchestra of the Greek National Opera.
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