Marina Satti

Marina Satti | Athens | June 26

Athens-born Marina Satti has shot to fame after representing Greece at Eurovision 2024. On June 26, she is set to make her first major Athens appearance at Technopolis (100 Pireos) with her unique blend of pop, mainstream and ethnic music and tracks from her latest EP "POP," including the international hit "Zari." Pre-book 15-euro tickets at Viva's more.com.

Satti’s Eurovision entry ‘Zari’ climbs Spotify’s global ‘Viral 50’ list

Marina Satti's Eurovision entry "Zari" has become the first song with Greek lyrics to make it into Spotify's global "Viral 50" list.

With almost 13 million listens on the audio streaming platform, "Zari" now ranks 21st on the Spotify list of the "most viral tracks right now," climbing a number of places already on Tuesday.

Greece marks 50th anniversary of Eurovision contest participation

The two Swedish presenters Petra Mede and Malin Akerman prepare for Saturday's final of the Eurovision song contest's 68th edition in Malmo. It will mark the 50th anniversary of the first Greek participation in 1974. Greece is participating with "Zari," performed by Marina Satti.

Greek Eurovision rep’s appearance at press conference sparks controversy

Greek sources have refuted claims that the country's Eurovision representative intended to offend Israel during a press conference in Malmo, Sweden.

While Israel's delegation spoke, Greece's representative, Marina Satti, appeared fatigued, gesturing with squints, sighs, and resting her head on her hands, occasionally smiling at the camera.

Greece secures spot in Eurovision 2024 grand final

Greece has secured a spot in Saturday's Eurovision 2024 grand final in the Swedish city of Malmo.

Marina Satti delivered an energetic performance of her song "Zari" during the second semi-final of the annual extravaganza on Thursday, despite reportedly battling pharyngitis and a high fever in the lead-up to the show.

Female choir captivates at ancient stoa

The female vocal ensemble Chores performs under the direction of Greece's Eurovision entry, Marina Satti, at the Stoa of Attalos in the Ancient Agora of Athens on Wednesday. The ensemble presented choral arrangements of traditional Greek melodies, intertwined with new transcriptions of folk songs, written especially for Chores by contemporary composers.

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