• Chris Hannaford

Greece | Details Of Backing Dancers, And Singers Have Been Revealed



News coming from Greece today, as further details of the performance have been released, where we now have further details of who will be accompanying Katerine Duska on stage. It is now clear that she will have four people on stage with her, and it is an all female line up.

The first person named in Erasmia Markides who is a graduate of the Athens school of fine arts, and currently persues studies in classical singing. This is not her first time on the Eurovision stage, as she present as backing singer when Demy performed "This Is Love" back in 2017.

Eleni Pozantzidou is the next person that will accompany Katerine on stage. She is a graduate of the Thessaloniki school of music, and have a degree in piano studies. She has also dubbed several Greek Disney films.

Fania Grigoriou has been named the next person to be on stage. She has studied dance, and has collaborated with the NTUA dance theatre in choreography of opera's and contemporary pieces.

Finally, Dimitra Vlachou is the next artist that will be performing on stage. She graduated from the national school of dance, and national opera back in 2011, and is also a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dance. She performs a lot in Greece, and has been seen at multiple of festivals there. She has been a memer of the "Dancers of the North" since 2015.

Check out Andy Reacts to Greece below:


Yesterday, the running order for each of the semi finals were announced. To the benefit of Greece, they will perform at position number 16 in semi final 1. Katerine will perform just after Portugal, and before San Marino. Last year, Greece failed to qualify for a second time when Gianna Terzi's "Oniro Mou" finished 14th scoring 81 points.

Do you think Greece will qualify this year? Do you like the song? Please tell us your thoughts in the comments below.


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