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Examples of "mitropanos"
Following his performance at Radio City, Mitropanos cancelled the remainder of his North American tour. Greek news outlets such as ERT reported that Mitropanos was apparently ill and could not finish his tour.
In a long career in the Greek music industry, Dimitris Mitropanos collaborated with leading artists of the Laïko and Éntekhno music. Giorgos Zampetas, Mikis Theodorakis, Dimos Moutsis, Apostolos Kaldaras, Takis Mousafiris, Christos Nikolopoulos ("Pare Apofaseis" with lyrics by Lefteris Papadopoulos), Yannis Spanos were composers with whom Mitropanos collaborated, building a career intertwined with the Laïko tradition, until the late 1980s.
On 17 April 2012, Mitropanos was rushed to the Igia Athens hospital after he suffered a heart attack earlier that morning. He had insomnia and showed signs of a pulmonary edema, from which he died of later on that day. He was buried in First Cemetery of Athens, not far from the singer Rita Sakellariou. Mitropanos was survived by his two daughters and his wife, Venia. Mitropanos instructed his family not to accept a state funeral if it was offered. It was indeed offered and his family declined the offer and covered the costs of the funeral themselves.
He has also collaborated in concerts with Mary Linda, Haris Alexiou, Dimitris Mitropanos, Marinela, Manolis Mitsias, Manolis Lidakis and many others.
Dimitrios "Dimitris" Mitropanos () (2 April 1948 – 17 April 2012) was a Greek singer. He was renowned for his mastery of Laïkó, a Greek music style.
She has toured and collaborated with many established artists such as: Marinella, D. Mitropanos, Tolis Voskopoulos, Paschalis Terzis, C. Nikolopoulos, Dimitra Galani.
Mitropanos lived in his native city of Trikala in northwest Thessaly until the age of 16, beginning his musical career in 1964.
In 1967, Mitropanos recorded his first 7" single "Thessaloniki." This followed the recording of "Chameni Paschalia", a song that was censored by the Greek military junta and thus never released.
At that time, with some encouragement from Grigoris Bithikotsis, whom he met at a gathering at his uncle's company at which he sang, Mitropanos visited EMI-Lambropoulos Bros. Ltd.(EMIAL S.A.) There, Takis Lampropoulos introduced him το Giorgos Zampetas, with whom he would work alongside at "Ksimeromata." Mitropanos considered Giorgos Zampetas to be a great teacher and a second father to himself. As he stated, "' Zambetas is the only man in music who helped me without expecting anything. With all my other colleagues, I got something and I gave something in return"». In 1966 Mitropanos met Mikis Theodorakis and sang the Party songs "Romiosini "and" Axion Esti "in a series of concerts in Greece and Cyprus.
On his musical journey he has collaborated with artists like R.E.M., Sting, Eric Burdon, Marc Almond, Steve Wynn, Gordon Gano, Loop Guru, I Muvrini, Haroula Alexiou, Haris and Panos Katsimihas, Dionisis Tsaknis, Vasilis Kazoulis, Vasilis Karas, Lavrentis Mahairitsas, Dimitris Mitropanos and many more. Filippos has appeared in many concerts both in Greece and abroad and continues to do so.
When he eventually moved back to Greece, he was pivotal in the creation of the Greek New Wave genre. His has been composing music to this day, including soundtracks for films; his songs have been sung by many Greek singers including Keti Chomata, Arleta, Giannis Poulopoulos and Dimitris Mitropanos.
She started her music career in 1992. A year later she moved to Athens, Greece, where she had a cooperation with Yiannis Parios. Olympiou has also cooperated with other Greek music artists, including Haris Alexiou, Michalis Hatzigiannis, Dimitris Mitropanos, Mimis Plessas, Pandelis Thalassinos and Marios Tokas.
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.
In the winter of 2004–2005, he started his appearances with Dimitris Mitropanos and Themis Adamantidis in Athens and Thessaloniki. Their work was a hymn to "Zeimbekiko" dance (in Greek culture, a man's dance). The cd of their live appearances in "Akti Pireos" released in April with the title "Iparhi ke to Zeimbekiko".
Many Greek singers, actors and actresses took part at the Olympus Festival during its 30 years of operation. Famous Greek artists like Maria Farantouri, Mario Frangoulis, George Dalaras, Nana Mouskouri, Anna Synodinou, Antigone Valakou, Thimios Karakatsanis, Dimitris Mitropanos and many others have appeared at the Dion Theatre.
From an early age, Mitropanos worked summers to help his family financially. First as a waiter in his uncle's restaurant and later at ribbon cutting wood. After the third grade of junior high, in 1964, he went to Athens to live with his uncle on Acharnon Street. Before finishing high school, he began working as a singer.
In a course mapped out by folk art music, 1972 is a milestone. The composer Dimos Moutsis and the lyricist and poet Manos Eleftheriou released "Agios Fevrouarios" with Mitropanos and Petris Salpeas as the song's performers, marking a milestone in Greek music. In July 1999, Mitropanos and Moutsis met again on stage at the "Odeon" with Dimitra Galani and the soprano Julia Souglakou for two nights at the Athens Festival. The concerts were recorded live and released in a double CD two months later. George Katsaros's "The Road to Kythera" and Giorgos Hatzinasios's "Ta Sinaxaria" follow suit, projects of high quality with a high profile in Greek society. Ta Ladadika, Parea Me ena Ilio Marios Tokas.
Mitropanos performed a North American Tour for the first time in 13 years since his last visit to the United States. During his tour, he performed a concert on July 1, 2010 at Radio City Music Hall in front of a near capacity crowd. He performed many of his famous songs that had been written in the earlier stages of his career as well as more recent songs which continue to be popular among Greeks, such as "Ρόζα," "Πάντα γελαστοί,"Tα Λαδαδικα," and many more. It was at this concert that he was accompanied by the Greek folk singer Margarita Zorbala, whose music is well known in their mutual homeland. Mitropanos concluded his concert with a passionate performance of his famous song "Αλίμονο," with all in attendance giving him a standing ovation as he walked off the stage. As is commonplace among Greeks to show appreciation for a singer's performance at the conclusion of a concert, chants of "kialo" followed, meaning "more."
She has worked on Greek Live music stages with well-known Greek artists like Stratos Dionysiou, George Zambetas, Dimitris Mitropanos, Giannis Parios, Panos Gavalas, Poly Panou, Keti Grei, Rita Sakellariou, Anna Vissi, Babis Goles, Georgios Ksintaris, Babis Tsertos, Antonis Repanis and others. With the musical direction of Vasilis Dimitriou and the National Orchestra of Greek Music by Stavros Xarhakos, she also took a successful concert journey through Greece. She worked on several extremely successful music productions well-known Greek artists with hits.
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.