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is the first album by popular Greek artist Natasa
released in June 1997. The album went platinum.
Tosi Agapi Pos Na Hathi is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa
released in 2002. The album went platinum and is believed to be the best album of Natasa
so far, as it hit the charts for more than 6 months, including the largest number of singles by Natasa
, that have been released so far.
-japan-parnassos/fullstory.php?id=42183, April 2011
(born 25 May 1978) is a Greek former synchronized swimmer.
(born 27 January 1982) is a Greek handball player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Ip'Efthini Mou is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa
. It was released in 2001 and it went platinum.
Defteri Agapi (Second love) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa
, released in 1998 by Sony Music Greece. It is one of Natasa's best selling albums. It went platinum, over-passing the number of 80,000 sales. In the album's liner there are notes from Natasa
and Yannis Doulamis.
Sarbel started singing at Votanikos club in Athens, at 2008, along with Natassa
and Nikos Kourkoulis.
Lili (Julia) Paschalidou-
(Greek language: Λιλή Πασχαλίδου-Θεοδωρίδου, Istanbul 1911 – Athens 1975) was a Greek dollmaker.
Mia Diadromi (A way) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa
, released in 2003 by Sony Music Greece. The album went gold. It is the first live album by Natasa
and it includes recordings from her sold-out live appearances in "Fos" music hall in Athens. This album was followed by a DVD release including the whole concert.
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.
and Foustanos divorced in 2007.
In 2010, Sonia
and her husband, conductor Theodore Orfanidis, created "Orchestra Mobile"—a new type of orchestra equipped with renowned musicians from across Europe who can play in every city literally at once (www.news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_2_03/09/2011_454696, Nikos Vatopoulos, Sept.2011). In April 2011, Sonia
organised and performed a charity concert in Parnassos Concert Hall in Athens, Greece with Orchestra Mobile. The concert was Stabat Mater by Pergolesi, and it was organized in order to support the victims of the Japanese earthquake that occurred the same year (http://www.elculture.gr/Events/Music/
-japan-parnassos/fullstory.php?id=42183, April 2011).
married Greek conductor Theodoros Orfanidis in Crete in August 2011 (http://news.kathimerini.gr/4dcgi/_w_articles_civ_2_03/09/2011_454696, Nikos Vatopoulos, Sept.2011).
Apenanti (Greek: "Απέναντι"; ) is the twelfth studio album by popular Greek artist Natasa
, released on 12 March 2012 by Sony Music Greece.
Tha Miliso Me Ta Asteria is an album by popular Greek artist Natassa
. 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
, Giannis Ploutarhos and others.
"Ola Na Ta Ziso Ap'Tin Arhi" is a platinum CD single by popular Greek artist Natasa
released in October 2002 by Sony Music Greece.
(), 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
the 12th best selling female singer in the nation's phonographic era (since 1960), with a total of ten platinum and three gold albums.
was born and raised in Drama. She studied journalism and at the same time she attended guitar and harmony lessons. During her studies she began her singing career in Thessaloniki.
I Zoi Mou Erotas (Greek: "Η Ζωή Μου Έρωτας"; ) is an album by popular Greek artist Natasa
, released on November 28, 2010 by Sony Music Greece. All music and lyrics are by Giorgos Moukidis.
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