Synonyms for olympiou or Related words with olympiou

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Examples of "olympiou"
Despina Olympiou (Greek: Δέσποινα Ολυμπίου, ; born 17 October 1975), also known as Dena Olympiou, is a Greek Cypriot singer, famous in her homeland as well as in Greece. She represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden.
Olympiou travelled to Greece on 18 February to promote her entry during the Greek national final.
Prior to the official announcement of CyBC, many different artists were rumoured to have been in negotiations or in contention for being selected. Among these artists were Giorgos Papadopoulos, Valando Tryfonos, Despina Olympiou, Vera Boufi, Filippos Konstantinou and Giorgos Doukas.
Olympiou was born and raised in Limassol, Cyprus. She made her first steps in music in Cyprus. She moved to London and attended the Trinity College of Londοn where she studied piano and music theory.
"An me thimasai" (; ) is a song performed by Despina Olympiou and written by Andreas Giorgallis, and Zenon Zindilis. It has been the Cypriot entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013.
Olympiou started shooting the video in early-March. Vodafone published some backstage photos on Facebook. The video was published by "cytamobile" on 12 March and later on 15 March, by "eurovision".
Subsequent research has uncovered more about the manuscript. In 1977, librarian Father Kallistos Dourvas removed the two pages containing the text from the book to photograph and re-cataloged them. However, the re-cataloging never happened; Kallistos later told Charles W. Hedrick and Nikolaus Olympiou that the pages were then kept separately alongside the book at least until his retirement in 1990. Some time after that, however, the pages were put elsewhere, and various attempts to locate them since that time have been unsuccessful. Olympiou suggests that individuals at the Patriarchate Library may be withholding the pages due to Morton Smith's sensational use of them. Father Kallistos gave his color photographs of the manuscript to Hedrick and Olympiou, who published them in "The Fourth R" in 2000.
On 1 February 2013, Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation announced that Olympiou had been internally selected to represent Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013, held in Malmö, Sweden. On 14 February, the Greek language song "An me thimasai" (Αν με θυμάσαι) was presented as the Cypriot Contest entry. An English acoustic version and Spanish version were also prepared for promotional purposes. Olympiou competed in the first semi-final of the Contest on 14 May 2013, however, she failed to qualify to the final, getting the fifteenth place with eleven points.
Cyprus was allocated to compete in the first semi-final on 14 May for a place in the final on 18 May. In the first semifinal, the producers of the show decided that Cyprus would perform 14th, following Ireland and preceding Belgium. The Cypriot performance featured Olympiou alone on stage, wearing a black silk dress with tulle elements.
She first appeared on the George Sarri album "Ftaine oi Aponoi Kairoi" with the song ""I kounia mas"" ("Our Swing"). Olympiou also appeared on the album "Emeis oi Ellines" with the song ""Pros rakosillektes kai sinodiporous"" and on the Pandelis Thalassinos album "Ap' tin Tilo os tin Thraki" with four songs.
The first Eurochallenge was broadcast on 16 January 2015. Each artist performed their national selection songs in full. After a voting procedure, the ten artists that got the most points from the judges advanced to the next Eurochallenge. The judging panel consisted of Despina Olympiou, Alex Panayi, Elena Patroklou, Tasos Tryfonos, Christer Björkman and Dimitris Kontopoulos.
The second Eurochallenge was broadcast on 23 January 2015. Each artist performed their national selection songs in full. After a voting procedure, the six artists that got the most points from the judges advanced to the grand final on 1 February 2015. The judging panel once again consisted of Despina Olympiou, Alex Panayi, Elena Patroklou, Tasos Tryfonos, Christer Björkman and Dimitris Kontopoulos.
A year later, she released her second album with the name "Exoume Logo". In 2005, Olympiou released her new album, "Auto ine Agapi" ("This Is Love"), including twelve songs written by Giorgos and Alexandros Pantelia (from Kitrina Podilata), apart from one song which was written by Lina Dimopoulou. The first single from the album was ""Kapote"".
Cyprus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 in Malmö, Sweden, and selected their entry through an internal selection, organised by the Cypriot broadcaster Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC). Despina Olympiou represented Cyprus with the song "An me thimasai", which failed to qualify from the first semi-final of the contest, placing 15th and scoring 11 points.
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 June 2003, Olympiou started her cooperation with Michalis Hatzigiannis with the CD single "Vale Mousiki" with music by Hatzigiannis and lyrics by Eleana Vrachali. The album included a duet with Hatzigiannis, ""Na 'soun allios"", which was very successful. A year later the CD became platinum.
On 1 February, CyBC announced that Despina Olympiou was internally selected to represent Cyprus. During a press conference on 14 February, the Cypriot song, "An me thimasai", with lyrics by Zenon Zindilis and music by Andreas Giorgallis, was officially presented to the public and press.
Olympiou travelled to Greece on 18 February to promote her entry during the Greek national final. Spanish ("Si Me Recuerdas") and English acoustic ("If You Think Of Me") versions of the song were released to promote the entry prior to the contest.
In 2011, Christoforou performed live at Arhitektoniki with Eleni Dimou. From September 2011 to January 2012, Christoforou took part in the TV show "Dancing on Ice," aired by Antenna TV in Greece. In 2013 and 2014 he performed in the show "Ola eginan tragoudia" with Despina Olympiou. Since 2015 he is a judge on MEGA Channel Cyprus kid's talent show "DanSing Junior".
The second audition was broadcast on 14 December 2014. Each artist performed a cover version of a past Eurovision Song Contest entry and their national selection songs. The show was pre-recorded and the songs of the artists were not heard in full. The artists that got three "yes" from the judges advanced to the Eurochallenges. The judging panel consisted of Despina Olympiou, Alex Panayi, Elena Patroklou and Tasos Tryfonos.