Synonyms for patroklou or Related words with patroklou

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Examples of "patroklou"
In ancient times, the island was known as "Patroklou Charax" ("Camp of Patroclus") or "Patroklou Nesos" ("Island of Patroclus"), after the Ptolemaic admiral Patroclus, who established a fortified base there during the Chremonidean War.
Anastazio was succeeded as Cypriot representative at the 1991 Contest by Elena Patroklou with "SOS".
"SOS" was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Greek by Elena Patroklou.
The studio version of the song features prominent backing vocals by Elena Patroklou who was also featured in the music video. However, she withdrew due to personal reasons, and the live performance at the Eurovision Song Contest therefore featured Elina Constantopoulou instead. Ironically, both women had previously taken part in the Eurovision Song Contest; Elena Patroklou for Cyprus in 1991 and Elina Constantopoulou for Greece in 1995.
The song was performed twenty-second on the night (following Cyprus' Elena Patroklou with "SOS"). At the close of voting, it had received 89 points, placing 7th in a field of 22.
The song is an environmentally-themed plea to the people of the world. Patroklou sings about the damage humanity has caused to the planet and that the SOS of the title is from the earth itself. While such topics are relatively common in popular music, even though they had not been raised as frequently at the Contest.
Elena Patroklou was born in Nicosia in 1968. She began her musical career studying guitar and piano when she was just ten years old. She completed her musical studies in Vienna and Cyprus and received her music diploma in 1989. She represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 with a Kypros Charalambous composition entitled SOS finishing ninth place with 60 points.
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.
Her relationship with the Eurovision Song Contest didn't stop there. In 2005, she replaced Elena Patroklou and she accompanied Constantinos Christoforou on stage in Kiev. Dressed in white she was once more fresh and exotic, but the Cypriot entry was a flop and ranked 18th. In 2010, she released an album under the title "Xekina", which contains Greek covers of songs of Thalía and Cristian Castro.
On 17 October 2014, it was revealed that Ivi Adamou received a proposition by the channel in order to be the presenter of the national selection. However, it was later announced by CyBC that Antri Karantoni would be presenting the selection. The jury consists of Despina Olympiou (), Alex Panayi (, ), Elena Patroklou () and Tasos Tryfonos. Also, Christer Bjorkman, Dimitris Kontopoulos, Nicola Caligiore and Bruno Berberes joined as judges of the selection.
The fifth audition was broadcast on 5 January 2015. 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.
The first audition was broadcast on 7 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.
The third audition was broadcast on 21 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.
The grand final was broadcast on 1 February 2015. Each artist performed their national selection songs in full. Voting lines for the Cypriot public opened at the end of the second Eurochallenge show. The method for ranking entries was a 50/50 combination of both telephone vote and the six jury members; Despina Olympiou, Alex Panayi, Elena Patroklou, Tasos Tryfonos, Nicola Caligiore, and Bruno Berberes.
The fourth audition was broadcast on 28 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.
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.
The sixth audition was broadcast on 11 January 2015. 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.
At Rome, the song was performed twentieth on the night in March 1991, after Spain's Sergio Dalma with "Bailar pegados", and before Cyprus's Elena Patroklou with "SOS." At the end of judging that evening, "A Message to Your Heart" took the tenth-place slot with 47 points. It was the worst showing for the United Kingdom since 1987, and resulted in the 1992 "Song for Europe" being retooled as far as telephone voting was concerned.
Cyprus was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 by Constantinos Christoforou and the song "Ela Ela (Come Baby)". The Cypriot National Final was held on February 1, in Limassol hosted by Tasos Trifonos and Eleni Manousaki. Prior to the national final, the Cypriot Broadcaster CyBC had internally selected Constantinos Christoforou to represent Cyprus. Constantinos performed 4 songs with the winning song being chosen by a 50/50 mixture of Televoters and a professional jury consisting of Ruslana, Evridiki and others. Constantinos was joined by Elena Patroklou, who already represented Cyprus in 1991 where she ended up 9th with her song S.O.S.