Synonyms for terzis or Related words with terzis

parios              voskopoulos              hatzis              alexiou              plessas              natassa              tolis              stamatis              papatheodorou              pashalis              kaldaras              galani              tzeni              alkistis              tsitsanis              arvanitaki              mihalis              korkolis              papathanasiou              lefteris              tragouda              rasoulis              theodoridou              protopsalti              nikolopoulos              savvopoulos              vaggelis              mitropanos              paschalis              tsakiris              konstantaras              rakintzis              iatropoulos              mimis              nikolaou              giannopoulou              makridis              tsalikis              vasiliadis              loizos              dantis              panagiotidis              kraounakis              dionysis              arvanitis              korgialas              kazantzidis              hatzigiannis              chiotis              bithikotsis             



Examples of "terzis"
Paschalis Terzis (Greek: Πασχάλης Τερζής) (born 24 February 1949) is a popular Greek singer.
Terzis () is a Greek surname (from , "tailor"). The feminine form is Terzi. It may refer to:
"Mapping Foreign Correspondence in European Countries" (November 2014), edited by Georgios Terzis (Routledge)
The album also includes three well-known collaborations including internationally renowned Natasha Atlas and Pashalis Terzis.
Music and lyrics are by Doros Georgiadis, Spiros Blassopoulos, Antonis Vardis, Panos Falaras, Giannis Spanos, Manos Eleftheriou, M. Terzis, G. Karakatsanis, G. Gerasimidis, and K. Loizos.
She has toured and collaborated with many established artists such as: Marinella, D. Mitropanos, Tolis Voskopoulos, Paschalis Terzis, C. Nikolopoulos, Dimitra Galani.
Renowned songwriters of modern laïká include Alekos Chrysovergis, Nikos Karvelas, Phoebus, Nikos Terzis and Christos Dantis. Renowned lyricists include Giorgos Theofanous, Evi Droutsa and Natalia Germanou.
In the winter period 2006–2007, Paschalis Terzis had a music program with Elena Paparizou and Nino Ksipolitas at Iera Odos. His daughter Gianna Terzi is also a singer.
After a six-year absence from rugby league, Murphy returned to the game in 2003 as football director of Leigh after the National League One club sacked coach Paul Terzis.
In the summer of 2004, he toured Greece and sang at the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens. In winter he made about 100 appearances in Athens and Thessaloniki with Paschalis Terzis.
Petrović, A., E. Lazarević & R. Antonijević (2008). Serbian curriculum changes and European citizenship; in N.P. Terzis (Ed.): "European unification and education challenges in the Balkans" (170-177). Athens: Publishing House Kyriakidis Brothers s.a..
Kata Lathos (Κατά Λάθος) is a sitcom that aired on the Cypriot channel Sigma TV between September and December 2015. The show was written by Charis Aristidou and Michalis Terzis and directed by Paris Prokopiou.
The band Trimitonio chose the song "Hamogela" (Smile), written by Eurovision veteran Nikos Terzis with lyrics by Vagelis Kostantinidis. Terzis is best known for his multiple entries in the contest, most notably Antique's "Die for You" in 2001, and Sakis Rouvas' "Shake It" in 2004, which both represented Greece achieving 3rd place. The song is performed in Greek, and is pop in style. Trimitonio emerged from first season of the "X Factor" in 2008, later singing to record label 7, and sequentially releasing the CD-single "Markadoros" (Marker) as well as a self-titled album in 2010.
Elli Kokkinou first professionally dealt with music in 1990 with the request of the famous Kostas Tournas. Soon after, Kokkinou collaborated with many big names at the clubs such as Antonis Vardis, Tolis Voskopoulos, Anna Vissi, Pashalis Terzis, Glykeria, Eleni Dimou, and many more. At the same time Kokkinou also provided backing vocals for a number of artists' albums.
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.
After his furlough, he returned to Macedonia, this time active in the Nestorio sector. He cooperated with Stefos Grigoriou, and along with the guerrilla bands of Ioannis Terzis and Nikolaos Platanias ("Captain Lachtaras") gave battle on July 3, 1907 against a detachment of IMRO, in which the Bulgarian chieftain Atanas
Nicole majored in Theatre, Acting, and Directing. In 2005, Nicole along with songwriter and producer Nick Terzis recorded the album Give Me Your Number in Greece which climbed the Greek and the European Singles Charts and it was a top 20 Hit.
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.
The album involves an aray of lyricists and composers including fellow artists Mihalis Hatzigiannis and Haris Alexiou; also other well-known writers/composers Eleana Vrahali, Nikos Terzis, Nikos Moraitis and Glykeria's long-time collaborator Stefanos Fotiadis. The album also features "Melina Aslanidou" in the duet "I Zoi Odigi Taxi".
Australian Paul Terzis was coach of Leigh Centurions from 1999-2003. His reign was notable for a number of 'near misses' as Leigh attempted to win promotion to Super League. He was succeeded by Darren Abram. He currently writes for Rugby League World magazine as the 'Supercoach'.