Synonyms for xydakis or Related words with xydakis

engonopoulos              hadjikyriakos              kourkoulos              koundouros              avlonitis              giannidis              ghikas              foskolos              konstantaras              kotzias              dionisis              rasoulis              kourkoulis              plessas              kazakos              tsalikis              karouzos              karakostas              oikonomopoulos              rontiris              mitropanos              mamatziolas              lyberopoulos              aliagas              dionysis              tatasopoulos              katsafados              loizos              tsiforos              fountoulis              skalkottas              dimitriou              kompodietas              panagiotidis              loukatos              xarhakos              koulis              papatheodorou              krystallis              kokolakis              skropolithas              papathanasiou              tsaganeas              kalafatakis              dimitriadis              kraounakis              afroudakis              xilouris              dendias              kefalogiannis             



Examples of "xydakis"
Xydakis () is a Greek surname. It is the surname of:
In the Greek legislative elections of January 2015, Xydakis stood as a candidate for the Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA). He was elected MP for the Athens B constituency, and following the formation of a Syriza-led coalition government under Alexis Tsipras, Xydakis was appointed Alternate Minister of Culture in the combined Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs, serving under Aristides Baltas.
Rasoulis was born in 1945 in Heraklion, Crete. He frequently collaborated with famous musicians such as Manos Loizos, Stavros Kougioumtzis, Nikos Xydakis, and Christos Nikolopoulos, and singers such as Vasilis Papakonstantinou, Haris Alexiou, Sokratis Malamas, and Nikos Papazoglou.
Nikos Xydakis, one of Savvopoulos' pupils, was among the people who revolutionized laïkó by using orientalized instrumentation. His most successful album was 1987's "Kondá sti Dhóxa miá Stigmí", recorded with Eleftheria Arvanitaki.
Nikos Xydakis, (in Greek Νίκος Ξυδάκης) (born 17 March 1952) is a Greek composer, pianist, and singer. Born in Cairo, Egypt, he immigrated with his family to Greece in 1963. Much of his music has its root in theatrical music.
Xydakis has collaborated with many of the most influential Greek musicians, actors and directors, including Eleftheria Arvanitaki and Sokratis Malamas. His work includes the music for Theater of Thessaly's historic production of "Electra". His professional partner is Theodore Gonis.
Nikos Xydakis (; born 1958) is a Greek journalist, art critic, and left-wing politician. From 27 January to 28 August 2015, he served as the Alternate Minister of Culture in the cabinet of Alexis Tsipras. From 24 September 2015, he is serving as the Alternate Foreign Minister for European Affairs.
He has played at concerts in Greece and abroad, appearing with the most famous Greek composers such as Yannis Markopoulos, Manos Hatzidakis and Nikos Xydakis. He composed a score to mark the 100th anniversary of the modern Olympic Games in 1996, presented at the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens and in Atlanta, and has also presented his work at concerts in Greece and abroad.
Xydakis was born in Piraeus in 1958. He studied graphic arts at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens from 1976 to 1977 before attaining a degree in dentistry from the University of Athens in 1984, where he later went on to pursue postgraduate studies in history of art from 1998 to 2002.
Having joined "Kathimerini" in 1992, Xydakis became arts editor of the newspaper in 1999 and subsequently editor-in-chief from 2003 to 2014. He received an award from the Athanassios Botsis Journalism Foundation in 2009. From 2002 to 2005 he was General Secretary of the Greek section of the International Association of Art Critics.
The story of Selemnus is referenced in a tale by Rena Galanaki in "Mnimi tou erota, lithi tou erota" ("Μνήμη του έρωτα, λήθη του έρωτα") in the book "Ena schedon galazio cheri" (" σχεδόν γαλάζιο χέρι") (Kastaniotis, 2004) and one poem "Sto Kastritsianiko potami" ("Στο Καστριτσιάνικο ποτάμι" = "By The Kastritsianiko River") by Thodoris Gkonia and Nikos Xydakis.
Nikos Xydakis and Manolis Rasoulis wrote a song called "Etsi pou les, Riga Feraio" (That's how it is, Rigas Feraios, Greek: Έτσι που λες, Ρήγα Φεραίο), which was sung by Rasoulis himself. Also, composer Christos Leontis wrote music based upon the lyrics of ""Thourio"" and Cretan Nikos Xylouris performed the song in the 1970s.
He performed with famous musicians including Manolis Rasoulis, composers including Nikos Xydakis, singer Melina Kana, singer-songwriter Thanasis Papakonstantinou and cooperated with other lyricists and musicians including Giannis Tsatsopoulos, Giorgos Athanassopoulos, Alkis Alkaiou, Fotini Lambridis, Thodoros Gonis, Michalis Gkanas and Odysseas Ioannou. He also participated in works of other musicians including Dionyssis Tsaknis, Maria Thoidou, B.D. Foxmoor and Sadahzinia (of Active Member), Eleftheria Arvanitaki, Thanos Mikroutsikos, Michalis Siganidis, Takis Vouis, Maria Papanikolaou Alkinoos Ioannidis, Haris Alexiou and others.
The Syriza-ANEL coalition resigned on the 20 August 2015, and remained as lame ducks until 28 August when a caretaker cabinet led by Vassiliki Thanou was appointed. Speaking to the "Observer" before the September 2015 legislative election, Xydakis said: "We have all aged. It seems like years since we were elected, and yet it was only months ago. So much has happened, events have been so big, it has almost been too much for anyone to take in."
In 1976, Greek songwriter Dionysis Savvopoulos invited him to participate in Acharnees, a cycle of songs and stage acts based on the ancient comedy by Aristophanes. There Papazoglou met Manolis Rasoulis and the two, along with Dionysis Savvopoulos and Nikos Xydakis, produced in 1978 the influential "Ekdikisi Tis Gyftias" (, meaning The Revenge of Gypsies in Greek). The work received critical acclaim. Papazoglou and Rasoulis cooperated the following year in another successful work, "Ta Dithen" (Τα δήθεν meaning so-called in Greek).
The right to intervene is a point of contention between a number of EU Members and the Commission, especially those Members whose borders form the external borders of the EU, such as Greece, Hungary, Italy, and Poland. They want to ensure that intervention is possible only with the consent of the Member States, whose external borders necessitate the presence of the ECBGA. Greece’s Alternate Minister for European Affairs, Nikos Xydakis, stated in an interview that while Greece is supportive of a common European action and of changing Frontex’s mandate, it wants the ECBGA to take complete charge of migration and refugee flows.
She frequently gave concerts in Athens with Dalaras and, although during the early years of her career, her voice and singing style were frequently compared to another established star, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, she quickly formed her own unique style. In 1989 she collaborated with another star musician, singer and songwriter Nikos Xydakis and, the following year, issued the bestselling album "Κορίτσι και γυναίκα" ("Girl and Woman"). Its success was such that it gave impetus to the so-called "modern artistic" style of Greek music which came to the fore in the 1990s and exemplified that era.
Meno Ektos (English title: I Still Remain An Outcast; Greek: Μένω Εκτός) is an album by popular Greek artist Eleftheria Arvanitaki. It was released in 1991 and it is her fourth personal album. It went gold in Greece, selling over 50,000 copies; it spawned "Dinata" (Greek: Δυνατά), one of her signature songs. The lyrics of the album's songs, except "Σαν Δεύτερη Φωνή" (English title: "Like a backing voice") and "Κύμα το κύμα" (English title: "Wave after wave") who have been written by Thodoris Gonis and Yiorgos Zikas respectively, have been written by one of the most famous and significant women lyricists in Greece, Lina Nikolakopoulou; the music composers are Ara Dinkjian, Antonis Mitzelos, Christos Nikolopoulos, Zoran Simganovic, George Zikas and Nikos Xydakis.
In the spring of 1905, after an order from the Greek Consulate of Bitola, Lazaros met the leader of the Greek guerrilla forces in the vilayet of Bitola, Tsondos Vardas in the Kontsiko Anaselitsis. During this meeting Tsontos Vardas delivered to Lazaros, for transmission and distribution, the salaries of all Greek guerrilla groups operating in the region of Korestia and Prespa and documents with instructions for their future actions. On the day of Pentecost in 1904, the Greek Consul in Bitola Nicholas Xydakis asked Lazarus to organize a meeting of all the Greek important figures and captains who were active in the area of Korestia and Prespa, for more coordination of their action. The gathering was organized at the residence of the head of the village of Pisoderi, Nahum Liakos, but the information leaked to the Ottoman administration and military detachments surrounded the village and were awaiting the arrival of the Greek chieftains to arrest them, action that would expose the Greek Consul in Pisoderi. Lazaro's mother, Anastasia Tsamis, managed to get out of the surrounded village and notify promptly the Greek rebels for being Turkish army.