Giorgos Perris

Giorgos Perris was born in Athens in 1983 to a Greek father and French mother, writer Joelle Lopinot, he grew up in a both French and Greek cultural environment. Currently studies Ancient Greek literature at the University of Athens. At the age of 4, Perris decided he wanted to become a singer, and therefore started studying the piano. At the age of 14, he started performing at several contests, festivals, and piano bars. The famous Greek composer Mimis Plessas discovered him at the age of 18 and gave him the opportunity to tour all over Greece and Cyprus. He then signed with EMI and shortly after released his first solo album. “My new day” was partly composed by Greek major hit composer Stefanos Korkolis and also contained the Greek version of “Caravane”, Raphael’s major European hit. The Toured with tenor Mario Frangoulis in summer 2006.

Discography

"Kainouria mou mera" (my new day) 2005
  • 1. Me Mia Mihani
  • 2. Tha Figo Tora
  • 3. Karavani (Caravane)
  • 4. Gefsi Apo 18
  • 5. Ke na poy Boro
  • 6. Mi Fovasai (Don't you warry)
  • 7. Afto Pou Thes (+nrg Remix)
  • 8. Pezi O Erotas
  • 9. De Me Niazi Pia
  • 10. Pia Nihta S'Eklepse (+nrg Remix)
  • 11. Theatro
He has also participated in Mimi's Plessas CD The Jazz Quartet Live / Jazz the Way We Like It singing the songs:
  • Et maintenant/what now my love
  • To parathiri

Trivia

  • The song "karavani" is a remake of Raphael's major european hit, "Caravane". The greek version of the song was chosen by the French radiobroadcasting and was included in the cd of French Radio that was distributed in 350 radio stations all over the word.
  • His song "Erotas" ,written by Stefanos Korkolis and Revekka Roussi, is the title song of the television series "Erotas". and was a hit in Greece and Cyprus.
  • His favourite singers are Nana Mouskouri, Maria Callas and Lara Fabian.
  • He always sings some French songs in his live performances.

Live Performances

From December 2007 up until February 2007, there were live performances at Zoom with Dimitris Korgialas, Eleni Peta and Evridiki.

Latest News

George Perris is preparing his second greek CD that will be out in October 2007.

He will participate in Mario Frangoulis' 2007 summer tour along with greek singer Eleni Peta.

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17,000,000
Regions with significant populations
 Greece [1]
 United States
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French (français, pronounced [fʁɑ̃ˈsɛ]) is a Romance language originally spoken in France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland, and today by about 300 million people around the world as either
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National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greek: Εθνικόν και Καποδιστριακόν Πανεπιστήμιον
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Ελευθερία ή θάνατος
Eleftheria i thanatos  
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Ύμνος εις την Ελευθερίαν
Imnos is tin Eleftherian

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Erotas (Greek: Έρωτας) is a critically acclaimed Greek television series (translated Love or Sex) surrounding the private lives of wealthy Athenian families.
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Birth name: Julia Alexandratou
Birthdate: 24 November 1985
Birth location: Glyfada, Greece
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