In spring, 2012, then TV reporter and producer of the show "Protagonistes" (protagonists), and later founder of the now defunct To Potami (the river) party, Stavros Theodorakis, in the context of contacts with other parties ahead of elections arranged an interview with Alexis Tsipras regarding Syriza's aims and prospects.
After spending half a century delighting entechno music lovers across the country, Manolis Mitsias is set to perform alongside vocalist Christina Galiatsou at Nafplio's Fougaro Theater. Mitsias is one of the foremost traditional Greek musicians today, and his discography boasts collaborations with musical greats like Mikis Theodorakis, Yannis Markopoulos and Vassilis Tsitsanis.
Some 200 musicians and singers will be joining forces for a tribute to the celebrated Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis on Monday, June 24, in aid of the Elpida charity for children with cancer. The event at the Panathenaic (Kallimarmaro) Stadium features the Mikis Theodorakis Orchestra, along with guest singers and soloists, in an evening of the composer's greatest hits.
Five years after founding the centre-right To Potami (River) party in March, 2014, Stavros Theodorakis has announced his intention of resigning after the party's disastrous showing of 1.5 percent of the vote in the 26 June European Parliament election.
Though a parliamentary party, it finished in ninth place.