Cleopatra (Greek singer)
Cleopatra Pantazi (Kleopátra; Greek: Κλεοπάτρα) is a Greek singer with a strong, emotional performance. She was born in Athens in 1963. She is known for having represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, in Sweden. The musician, Christos Lagos, composed for her the song "Olou Tou Kosmou I Elpida" (Everyone's Hope). Cleopatra scored 94 points and reached the fifth place, one of the best places a Greek song has ever reached in the Contest. She has worked with the famous musician, Mimis Plessas, and she sang a duet with the rock/laiko idol, Stelios Rokkos, entitled "Na M'Agapas" (Love Me). She was planning to record a new album, but the death of her husband and co-worker Christos Lagos in a car crash in 2003 caused her to cancel it.
- 1992 - Cleopatra
- 1994 - Ola Ta S'Agapo (All the I Love You)
with I Anixi
|Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest
with Ellada, Chora Tou Fotos
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