Synonyms for natassa or Related words with natassa

theodoridou              tzeni              irini              voskopoulos              alkistis              evanthia              mihalis              ioanna              protopsalti              aggeliki              dimitra              valtinos              tolis              konstantina              afroditi              dionysis              vaggelis              thodoros              karagianni              lavrentis              aimilios              vlahopoulou              konstantaras              papadopoulou              galani              kontou              veggos              thanassis              stamatis              papatheodorou              ipolochagos              karezi              anthi              iakovidis              giannopoulou              mimis              terzis              treli              fotini              tragouda              natasa              christoforos              alekos              makridis              miltos              areti              livieratos              dionisis              evangelia              vrettos             



Examples of "natassa"
• 2008, Natassa Markidou (photographer) for the monograph "Constructions"
Sarbel started singing at Votanikos club in Athens, at 2008, along with Natassa Theodoridou and Nikos Kourkoulis.
Ipolochagos Natassa (Greek: "Υπολοχαγός Νατάσσα", "Lieutenant Natasha", also known outside Greece as Battlefield Constantinople) is a 1970 Greek film. It starred Aliki Vougiouklaki as Natassa, Dimitris Papamichael as Orestis, and Costas Carras as Max. The story about the German occupation of Greece and the resistance by the Greeks. The director of the film is Nikos Foskolos.
Tha Miliso Me Ta Asteria is an album by popular Greek artist Natassa Theodoridou. It was released in 2000 by Sony Music Greece and it went platinum.
During the 1990s and 2000s he worked as a composer with popular singers such as Keti Garbi, Antonis Remos, Natassa Theodoridou, Giannis Ploutarhos and others.
During summer 2004, the Mikis Theodorakis orchestra presented the composer's music written for theatrical plays and movies, with Remos as the lead voice, along with the actors Petros Filipidis, Natassa Manisalis and Giannis Samsiaris.
Greek music is considered the most popular foreign genre in Israel after Anglo (American/British) music. Israel is the top destination for Greek Music concerts among Germany, the United Kingdom and Cyprus. Popular Greek singers who have performed in Israel include Eleftheria Arvanitaki, George Dalaras, Haris Alexiou, Glykeria and Natassa Theodoridou. In December 2012 Natassa Theodoriou performed some of her songs in Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center in Hebrew. In 2007 during the interview of Shimon Peres by Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation on George Dalaras concert in Israel, President Peres stated: "In Israel we love the Greek Music. For us Greece is a country but also a melody".
In 2005, Natassa returned to the big musical halls, working with Giannis Parios and Sarbel, while her seventh, multi-collective, studio album, Os Ekei Pou I Kardia Bori N'Andexi was released. In 2006, Eho Mia Agkalia was released. It was written by composer Giorgos Moukidis and was certified gold.
Dipla Se Sena (close to you) is the first greatest hits album by popular Greek artist Natassa Theodoridou. It was released in December 2008 by Sony BMG Greece. The three disc album includes three new songs composed by Giorgos Theofanous that showed in her album Mia Kokkini Grammi, 37 hit singles and a DVD containing 20 music videos.
Her upcoming movies include Critical Eleven, a movie adaptation of the best selling novel "Critical Eleven" by Ika Natassa. Adinia will be starring as the leading role (Anya) alongside Reza Rahadian (Ale). The other movie is Kartini, a biopic of an Indonesian female emancipation heroine; playing the role of Soelastri.
Gia sena kai gia mena (For you and for me) is a compilation album of songs written by Phoebus (music & lyrics) and Eleni Giannatsoulia (some lyrics) was released by Sony Music. It featured songs numerous Greek singers, such as Sofia Arvaniti, Katy Garbi, Thanos Kalliris, Dionysis Schinas, Pashalis Terzis, Polina, Natassa Pantelidi, Ntinos Vrettos, Petros Kolettis and Lorna.
She received the prize for lead woman's role at the inaugural Greek Cinema Festival in Thessaloniki in 1960 for her starring role in Mantalena, while the movie Ipolochagos Natassa. (1970) is the biggest box office success in Greek Cinema. The following two also belong to her.
Natassa Theodoridou was married twice. The first time was while she was living in Thessaloniki. Her daughter Christianna was born in 1994. She got a divorce in 1996 and relocated in Athens along with her daughter. Her second marriage was with the plastic surgeon Andreas Foustanos in 1999. She gave birth to her second daughter, Andrianna, in 2000. Theodoridou and Foustanos divorced in 2007.
In July 2006, he released his second album, "Sahara". That same year he recorded a duet with Greek singer Natassa Theodoridou called "Na' Soun Thalassa" which was also included as a bonus song on the album. Some of his notable songs are "Taxe Mou", "Sahara" and "Enas Apo Mas".
"Lifestyle" is a one-hour show and includes stars interviews, entertainment news, and gossip about the Greek showbiz. It is the only Greek show that managed to take interviews from all Greek big celebrities like Anna Vissi, Sakis Rouvas, Kety Garbi, Natassa Theodoridou, Despina Vandi, Antonis Remos, Pegi Zina, Elli Kokkinou, Eleni Menegaki, Nikos Haginikolaou, Kalomira and many others.
In September 2006, Nino accompanied Natassa Theodoridou on tour to the United States and Canada. For promotion of the album, Nino appereared alongside Elena Paparizou and Pashalis Terzis for a series of concerts at the Iera Odos Club in Athens during the winter season. Following those appearances, the show moved to club "Odeon" in Thessaloniki during the first half of 2007.
In 2000, Garbi released her eleventh studio album titled "To Kati" (), a double CD with her greatest hits by Phoebus, but it also included several new songs, four of which became hit singles, including her memorable duet with fellow singer Natassa Theodoridou in the song "Epitelous". "To Kati" was certified 4× platinum, and remains Garbi's best selling album to date.
Natassa Theodoridou (), born October 24, 1970 in Thessaloniki, is a well-known Greek singer and the only female Greek artist to have her first three albums achieve platinum status. She has been certified for a total of at least 432 thousand albums and 20 thousand singles sales by IFPI Greece. On 14 March 2010, Alpha TV ranked Theodoridou the 12th best selling female singer in the nation's phonographic era (since 1960), with a total of ten platinum and three gold albums.
Nikos Foskolos (; 26 November 1927 – 30 October 2013) was a Greek screenwriter and director. He is one of the most commercially successful screenwriters of Greek cinema. He has been called the "Goldfinger of commercial shows". He has been described as "the "maître" of exaggeration" and "the king of TV shows". His film "Ipolochagos Natassa" kept the most commercially successful film record for almost three decades from 1970 to 1999.
The Axis occupation of Greece, specifically the Greek islands, figures in several English-language books and films based on real special forces raids such as "Ill Met by Moonlight", "The Cretan Runner", fictional ones like "The Guns of Navarone", "Escape to Athena", "The Magus", "They Who Dare", and "Captain Corelli's Mandolin" (a fictional occupation narrative). Notable Greek movies referring to the period, the war and the occupation, are "Ochi", "What did you do in the war, Thanasi?" and "Ipolochagos Natassa".