Lena Divani is a distinguished scholar, educator, and prolific writer whose multifaceted career has left an indelible mark on the fields of political science, diplomatic history, and literature. Greek City Times chats with Lena to learn more about her extraordinary work thus far.
Born to a Greek father and Canadian mother, Soula Parassidis has risen as a prominent figure in the realm of classical music. Greek City Times talks to this incredible artist about her life and ‘Living Opera’, “an intersection of classical music and blockchain technology” – a multidisciplinary platform designed to train artists in strategy and entrepreneurship.
This interview with Lizeta Nikoloau was conducted just a few weeks prior to the tragic accident which claimed her life. Out of respect for her legacy, we have chosen to delay its release until after her burial, allowing her memory to be honoured as a fitting tribute to her remarkable talent.
Andrew Lambrou’s Eurovision entry, “Break a Broken Heart,” released on 2nd March 2023, is anticipated to be yet another milestone in his remarkable career. As he continues to captivate audiences with his soulful voice and heartfelt lyrics, Lambrou is undoubtedly poised for even greater success on the international stage.
At VENIS STUDIOS, the fusion of scientific research and artistic sensitivity forms the cornerstone of their approach to conservation and restoration. By utilising state-of-the-art techniques and adhering to internationally recognised standards, they ensure that the integrity and authenticity of each artefact are preserved, allowing future generations to appreciate their beauty and historical significance.
Badara Ndiaye, a Senegalese-born American and French visual artist, journalist, fashion designer, photographer, filmmaker, model, and former NCAA Division basketball player, has an extraordinary journey to share. Greek City Times had the privilege to interview this multi-talented individual who has made remarkable contributions across various fields.
Loreen holds the distinction of being the second performer, following Johnny Logan, and the first woman to have won the Eurovision song contest twice. Greek City Times speaks with her to learn more.
Victoria Hislop is a British author known for her novels set in Greece. She has a deep love for Greece and often incorporates the country’s rich history and culture into her stories. Hislop’s books have gained international acclaim and have been bestsellers in multiple countries. GCT delves deeper into her writing with some interview questions that shed light on her inspirations, writing process, and connection to Greece.
“I believe that folk music is in our roots; it is what flows in our veins and in our DNA.” Greek City Times chats with Greek singer and actor Dimitris Basis.