K.Bhta

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Kbhta
K Bhta I.JPG
Kbhta, 2008.
Background information
Genres Ambient, Trip-hop, Electronica, Alternative
Instruments Guitar
Vocals
Years active 1992–present
Labels Wipe Out Records, FM Records, Tomorrow, SonyBMG, Olon music records, Planetworks Records, Legend Records, Sirius Music, Lyra Records
Associated acts Stereo Nova, Dimitris Papaioannou
Website www.kbhta.gr

K.Bhta (abbreviated from the Greek: Κωνσταντίνος Βήτα, Konstantínos Vī́ta; also known as Konstantinos Beta and Κ.Β.) is a Greek artist. He was born in Melbourne, Australia, where he studied painting and art history before moving to Athens, where he studied graphic design. In 1992 he formed the electronic band Stereo Nova, with which he recorded five official albums. In 1996, Stereo Nova disbanded and he began to pursue a solo career. He has composed music for the documentaries, movies, and the theatre, and received international attention for his contribution to the Opening Ceremony of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.[1][2]

Records[edit]

  • a game (Ένα παιχνίδι) feat. Popi Asteriadi (FM Records) / 1998
  • super stella (Planetworks/EMI) spring 1999
  • angel baby (olon music) 2001/music from the play
  • the child e.p (planetworks/Columbia) spring 2000
  • meta feat. Dimitra Galani (Universal) / 2001
  • aia sena me agapi (Eros music) 2002
  • thita (Tomorrow recordings) spring 2002
  • movement (Tomorrow recordings) May 2003
  • transformations (Seirios) universal / July 2003
  • agria xloh(Tomorrow recordings/Eros music) 2004 LP
  • koma9205 (Tomorrow recordings/Eros music) 2005 DVD
  • 2 (Legend) 2006 — The soundtrack for the play of the same name directed by Dimitris Papaioannou
  • argos (Lyra Records) 2007
  • enosi (Lyra Records) 2009
  • Chryssalida (Inner Ear records) 2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Haon" (in English and Greek). kbhta.com. Retrieved 2 February 2010. 
  2. ^ "Konstantinos Vita - a foreigner in Athens". GR Reporter. 11 January 2009. Retrieved 2 February 2010. 

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