Synonyms for tzeni or Related words with tzeni

karezi              natassa              thodoros              valtinos              alkistis              tsaganeas              aggeliki              dionisis              afroditi              dalianidis              lavrentis              evanthia              kraounakis              papatheodorou              vanou              zafeiriou              vaggelis              ilektra              thanassis              dionysis              dianellos              thodoris              erastis              korkolis              panagiota              stikoudi              spanou              aimilios              tolis              loukia              galani              vasia              irini              tragouda              makridis              konstantaras              giannopoulou              protopsalti              koutras              alkis              voskopoulos              vagelis              treli              argiris              veggos              koulis              vrettos              tilemahos              theodoridou              livieratos             



Examples of "tzeni"
He worked with several stars including Elli Lambeti, Tzeni Karezi, Lambros Konstantaras, Costas Voutsas, etc.
Stephanopoulos was married for 29 years to Tzeni Stounopoulou, who died in 1988. The couple had three children.
By 1966, his records were being distributed more widely, and his songs were featured in movies. In "Oi Stigmatismenoi" ("The Stigmatized"), which starred Giorgos Foundas and Maro Kodou, he sang "Very late" and "I love you" with Helen Kladi. In "O Tetraperatos" ("The Cunning") with Kostas Chatzichristos he sang "In Piraeus, in Piraeus" by Giorgos Katsaros, and in the romantic comedy "Tzeni-Tzeni" he and Tzeni Karezi performed a song by Giannis Markopoulos.
Tzeni Vanou (, born Eugenia Vrachnou; 10 February 1939 – 5 February 2014) was a Greek singer, born in Athens.
Tzeni Karezi (, 12 January 1934 – 27 July 1992), also known as Jenny Karezi, was a Greek film and stage actress.
He was married to the famous actress Tzeni Karezi with whom he has a son. In 1997 he married the actress Jenny Jolia.
Her career flourished in the 1960s, when she headed her own theater troupe in 1961 and starred in some of the most classic movies of the Greek cinema, like "Lola" (1964), "Mia trelli ... trelli oikogeneia" (1965), "Tzeni-Tzeni" (1966), and "Kontserto gia polyvola" (1967). Her greatest film success was "Ta kokkina fanaria" ("The Red Lanterns"; 1963), which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
The fourth live of the show aired on May 5, 2013 and it was dedicated to the Greek Laïko song where all the contestants impersonated great Greek singers who represent laïko. Winner of the night was Konstantinos Kazakos. Kazakos chose to give the money from the audience voting to "Tzeni Karezi Foundation".
As a victim of metastatic cancer, she asked those close to her to make palliative care better known and to assist in its development so others suffering painful diseases or ailments could be able to live through their last days with dignity. After her death, her wish materialized and her family founded the Tzeni Karezi Foundation.
Tzeni Karezi died on 27 July 1992 from cancer at her home and buried at a public expense. She was believed to be 58 years old, although some sources gave her age as 56 or 60. Thousands were present to attend her funeral.
Rantevou stin Kerkyra or Rendez-vous stin Kerkira (, Conversations in Corfu) is a 1960 Greek black and white drama film directed and written by Dimitris Dadiras and starring Tzeni Karezi. Alekos Alexandrakis and Vangelis Ploios. It was produced by Olympia Film.
As an athletic association N.C.Th. organizes intramural games on a yearly basis and also conducts Greek and international championships. It has even come to initiate international races, the foremost of which are the "International Rowing Regatta", the «Alexander the Great Cup» (former Tzeni Grammalidou Cup) for Olympic class sail boats and the international offshore sailing week "North Aegean Cup".
Nora Valsami was born in Cairo, Egypt. Her first stage appearance was in a 1965 production of Aristophanes' tragedy Ecclesiazusae while still a student at the Athens Drama School. Her film acting debut was in "Tzeni Tzeni", a 1966 film. Even though she played a minor role in the film she was awarded a contract by Finos Film. In 1975 she retired from films to concentrate on her theatrical career. In the theatre she played the role of the bride in Blood Wedding and also appeared in An Ideal Husband, Barefoot in the Park and other plays. She has also played several roles on TV. She is married to Errikos Andreou, a television film director.
To pay homage to Mavrogenous, the people of Mykonos have named after her Chora's central square where her bust has been raised. The main square in the port town of Paroikia in Paros has also been given her name. Greece has honored this heroine by naming several streets after her. The Greek government has released several commemorative coins in her honor. A film was also made about her life, titled "Manto Mavrogenous" (1971), in which she was portrayed by Tzeni Karezi.
Avramakis has performed and toured with some of Greece's well known artists: Vaso Hatzi, Vasilis Saleas, , Stamatis Gonidis, Zafeiris Melas, Rita Sakellariou, Doukissa, Tzeni Vanou, Antzela Dimitriou, Lefteris Pantazis, Yiannis Katevas, John Tikis, Giannis Vasileiou and Marinella. He has also performed with the very popular and very talented Turkish singer Ibrahim Tatlises when he appeared in Melbourne as a guest at "Nikos Greek Tavern" in the 1990s.
After one audition, Mikis Theodorakis approached Poulopoulos, declaring: "I will make this one a singer." Recognizing his great talent, Theodorakis took Poulopoulos under his wing and arranged for him to sing three songs in a theatrical production by Nikos Kourkoulos and Tzeni Karezi of Iakovos Kambanellis's play "The Neighbourhood of Angels". Grigoris Bithikotsis later made cover versions of the first three songs ("Set a table for two," "Glory to God" and "Bread is on the Table") that Poulopoulos recorded.
She studied nursing in Heraklion Crete and worked as a Nurse while at the same time she sang in nightclubs. After eight months she decided to abandon the nursing and deal exclusively with the music. She has collaborated with many artists, such as: Paschalis Terzis, , Antipas, Vasilis Karras, Costas Bigalis, , Sophia Vossou, , Manolis Angelopoulos, , , Giannis Vogiatzis, , Giorgos Mazonakis, Tzeni Vanou, , Rita Sakellariou, Nikos Kourkoulis, Zafeiris Melas, and Lefteris Pantazis. She has released three albums and several singles. She counts more than 20 years in the field of the song.
"All Alone Am I" is a song from 1962 popularized by the American singer Brenda Lee. The song was originally composed by the Greek composer Manos Hadjidakis and recorded in Greek by Tzeni Karezi for the soundtrack of the film To nisi ton genneon (The Island of the Brave); the original song in Greek is titled "Μην τον ρωτάς τον ουρανό" ("Min ton rotas ton ourano", translation: "Don't ask the sky"). Later, a new version of the song with English lyrics was produced by Owen Bradley and appeared as the title track on one of Lee's albums. The song is written in the key of F major, but begins on the sub-dominant B-flat Major 7th chord.
"All Alone Am I" is a song from 1962 popularized by the American singer Brenda Lee. The song was originally composed by the Greek composer Manos Hadjidakis and recorded in Greek by Tzeni Karezi for the soundtrack of the film "To nisi ton genneon" ("The Island of the Brave"); the original song in Greek is titled "Μην τον ρωτάς τον ουρανό" ("Min ton rotas ton ourano", translation: "Don't ask the sky"). Later, a new version of the song with English lyrics was produced by Owen Bradley and appeared as the title track on one of Lee's albums. The song is written in the key of F major, but begins on the sub-dominant B-flat Major 7th chord.
On 2 December, she appeared at Shamone, a night bar-club where she sang a lot of her songs and international songs such as Adele's "Skyfall", Nina Simone's "I Put a Spell on You" and Madonna's "Frozen". On 21 January 2013 she appeared at Half Note Jazz Club, where she sang a tribute to her singer and mentor Stevie Wonder. On 21 April 2013, Mando participated in a Greek TV show which was aired by ANT1 "Your Face Sounds Familiar", where she had to impersonate performances like Stevie Wonder (Part-Time Lover), Barbra Streisand (Woman in Love), Chaka Khan (Ain't Nobody), Whitney Houston (I Wanna Dance with Somebody), Anastacia (Left Outside Alone), Lara Fabian (Je suis malade), Nana Mouskouri (Yiarem), Tzeni Vanou (Xillies Vradies), Luciano Pavarotti (La donna e mobile), Rihanna (Where Have You Been), Vicky Moscholiou (De kserw poso s'agapw) and Mihai Traistariu (Tornero),