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Evridiki


Evridiki

Evridiki was born on the 25th of February in Lemesos, Cyprus and grew up in the capital, Lefkosia. She was the first foreign student to study at the Studio des Varietes in Paris where her subjects were phonetics, guitar, theory, harmony, together with dance, body, facial expression and performance. 

Later she enrolled at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA where she completed her music studies in phonetics, basic keyboard, ear training, history of music, history of jazz, jazz harmony, and instrumentation. 

In 1991 she released "Gia proti fora" which included songs by Alexis Papadimitriou, George Theophanous and Leonidas Malenis.

In 1992 she represented Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest with George Theophanous's composition "Teriazoume". In 1994 Evridiki represented Cyprus for a second time with the entry "Eimai anthropos ki ego" composed by George Theophanous. Since 1991 Evridiki has released 12 solo albums in both Greece and Cyprus.

Major achievements in Evridiki’s career:
- 1992 awarded Best Female Newcomer in the Popcorn Music Awards.
- 1993 won Best Performance for the song "Poso ligo me ksereis".
- Evridiki’s video clip of "Afto to fili" shown by MTV.
- 2001 Evridiki performed in the role of Taptim in the Greek version of the musical "The King & I".

On the 10th of May 2007, Evridiki will represent Cyprus for the third time in the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki, Finland.