Greece: Giorgos Alkaios and Friends off to Turkey

by Stella Floras 67 views

Today, Giorgos Alkaios, the artist who will represent Greece this year in the Eurovision Song Contest, is flying to Turkey where he will stay until Sunday to promote his entry, Opa, through local media.

The Greek 2010 Eurovision Song Contest promo tour kicks off today and the first stop of the Greek delegation is Istanbul. This afternoon, Giorgos Alkaios will be celebrating his name day meeting with many local radio and newspaper reporters. Tomorrow noon, as is customary for Greek Eurovision hopefuls, he will be visiting Fanari to meet the Ecumenical Orthodox Patriarch Vartholomaios. Afterwards, Giorgos will be meeting with the members of the local OGAE club before he starts his appearances in local TV shows. Among others, Giorgos will be appearing on TRT news, TRT Music, TRT International and on a special live Eurovision show on TRT hosted by the Turkish Assistant Head of Delegation Mr Gokay Ozguc.

After Istanbul, Giorgos Alkaios and Friends will travel to Belgium between April 29 and May 1. Giorgos will meet with the Greek community in Brussels, take part in the Press Conference at the Ramada Hotel in Antwerp on the 30th and perform at TLV IN Limburg.

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Stella Floras

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