Tonight sees in Athens an event that many people have been waiting for! A former Cypriot Eurovision representative, Evridiki is going to give a special concert for her fans, in order to celebrate her 25-year career in the Greek and Cypriot music industry. Her concert 25 gia panta (Forever 25) will be held at the Veakeio Theater of Pireaus.
Eurostars to perform by Evridiki’s side
Evridiki’s career started in 1991 with the release of her first personal album Gia proti fora (For the first time).
The singer who has represented her country at Eurovision three times (in 1992, 1994 and 2007), has been preparing all summer long for her tomorrow’s concert. During it, the successful artist will be presenting many of her hits which have been loved over the years. The concert will also feature a number of past Greek and Cypriot Eurostars, with whom Evridiki recently recorded duet versions of her older singles. The audience will be able to enjoy these duets tomorrow as well as they are going to be released in due course.
The Eurostars that will be present at the Veakeio Theater are the following:
- Sofia Vossou (Greece 1991)
- Peggy Zina (Greek NF 2002 participant)
- Christos Dantis (Greek composer 2005 and Greek NF 2007 participant)
- Constantinos Christoforou (Cyprus 1996, 2002 (as part of the band ONE) and 2005)
- Tamta (Greek NF 2007 participant)
- Demy (Greece 2017)
- Charis Savva (Cyprus 2008 – Junior Eurovision)
Here’s the video that Evridiki posted on her official Facebook account, giving a teaser of what we’re going to enjoy tomorrow:
Ένα πολύ πολύ μικρό δείγμα από τη δουλειά που ετοιμάζουμε για αυτό το χειμώνα. θα τα ακούσετε και live σε πρώτη παρουσίαση την Τετάρτη 13/9 στο Βεάκειο θέατρο Πειραιά και μάλιστα κάποια από αυτά θα είναι με τις φωνές που φιλοξενώ στο άλμπουμ και θα με τιμήσουν με την παρουσία τους σε αυτή τη μικρή γιορτή που στήνουμε. #25giapanta #veakeio #evridiki & #friends #13september #live
Опубліковано Evridiki Official 9 вересня 2017 р.
Evridiki at Eurovision
The Cypriot artist firstly took part in the contest in 1992 in Malmö, Sweden. With her entry Teriazoume, she received a 11th place with 57 points.
During her second trial, Evridiki flew to Dublin in 1994. Her song Eimai anthropos ki ego achieved once again the 11th place with 51 points.
13 years later, in 2007, being decided to claim Cyprus’ first victory in the competition, Evridiki was internally selected by CyBC to represent the nation along with Dimitris Korgialas. Although their French-speaking song Comme ci, comme ça was one of the favorite songs of the fans and a great favorite for the victory, it only managed a 15th place in the semi-final and was eliminated at this stage. This has also been the only French entry from Cyprus to date.