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Johnny Depp

Profile: Johnny Depp

John Christopher “Johnny” Depp II (born June 9, 1963) is an American actor, film producer, and musician. He has won the Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild award for Best Actor. Depp rose to prominence on the 1980s television series 21 Jump Street, becoming a teen idol. Dissatisfied with that status, Depp turned to [...]

Constantine Psachos

Profile: Constantine Psachos

Constantine Psachos (c. 1866 – 1949) was a Greek musician and musicologist. Born in the Grand Stream (Arnaouti-kioi) of Constantinople (Istanbul), between years 1866 – 1874. He served as a teacher of Greeks at a Constantinople girls’ school. He studied Byzantine and ancient Greek music and excelled in his works. Also, invented a keyboard musical [...]

Gregory Levite

Profile: Gregory Levite

Gregory Levite (1777 – 1822) was a musician of Byzantine church music and one of the three founders of new music writing. Born in 1777. Was cantor of the Great Church, sweet-voiced chanter, distinguished music-teacher and excellent composer. He was primarily a student of George Cretan, from whom he learned the analytical and explanatory way [...]

Danae Tsiligkiri

Profile: Danae Tsiligkiri

Danae Tsiligkiri was born in Preveza, Greece.  Living in a seaside town had major effect in her life, so after graduating from college she began her studies in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the National and Technical University of Athens. Meanwhile, in 2007 she received her sailing diploma at the Offshore Sailing School (Yacht [...]

Charalampos Taliadouros

Profile: Charalampos Taliadouros

Charalampos Taliadouros was born in Kolindros (Greece) and grew up in Volos (Greece). He started his musical studies in percussion at the Municipal Conservatory of Volos with Alex Christides and Christos Liatsos. After receiving his diploma with honors in percussion in 1996, he was accepted at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Munich and [...]

Steve Politsakis

Profile: Stefanos Politsakis

Stefanos Politsakis born in Komotini, Rodopi Prefecture, Thrace, Greece on 27th January 1989. He started piano lessons at an early age and received a Master Diploma in Piano Performance at the Contemporary School of Music “Eleni Xygala” in Komotini in 2007 with piano professor Eleni Xygala. At the same time he took music theory courses [...]

Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn

Profile: Mike Oldfield

Michael Gordon Oldfield (born 15 May 1953) is an English multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, working a style that blends progressive rock with such genres as folk, ethnic or world music, classical music, electronic music, New Age, and more recently, dance. His music is often elaborate and complex in nature. He is best known for his [...]

Lucio Dalla

Profile: Lucio Dalla

Lucio Dalla (Bologna, 4 march 1943 – Montreux, 1 march 2012) was a popular Italian singer-songwriter, musician and actor. He also played clarinet and keyboards. Dalla was the composer of Caruso (1986), which has been covered by numerous international artists. A version of Caruso sung by Luciano Pavarotti sold over 9 million copies, and another [...]

Petros Vyzantios

Profile: Peter of Byzantium

Peter of Byzantium, or Petros Byzantios, or “the Fugitive”, (Neochorion of Bosphorus, c. 1770 – 1808), served as Domesticus (1771 – 1789), Lambadarios (1789 – 1800), and finally Archcantor (1800 – c. 1805) of the Great Church of Christ. Became a pupil of Petros the Peloponnesian. As a virtuoso handles pandouris and Arab flageolet (ney). [...]

John of Trebizond

Profile: John of Trebizond

John of Trebizond (or Trapezountios) was music-teacher of post-Byzantine era. Was cantor of the Great Church, also pupil and Lambadarios of Panagiotes Chalatzoglou, whom he succeeded in cantor service for the Great Church. He became an excellent musician and composer who polishing the style of the Great Church with his many works.

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