Dionysis Makris

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Dionysis Makris
Birth name Dionysis Syntrivanis
Born (1982-02-05) 5 February 1982 (age 35)
Thessaloniki, Greece
Origin Greece
Genres Modern laika, pop
Years active 2006-present
Labels Sony Music Greece, Universal Music Greece

Dionysis Makris (Greek: Διονύσης Μακρής) born 5 February 1982 as Dionysis Syntrivanis) is a popular Greek singer, of laiko music.


Makris was born on 5 February 1982 in Thessaloniki and appeared on the Greek talent show Dreamshow.

In 2006, he released his first album titled Apolafsi.[1] The lead single "Apolafsi" with its line "Itan I Zoi Mou Kolasi" (Was My Life Hell) charted well and became a dance floor hit. He also performed a duet with Kelly Kelekidou titled "Glyka Mou Kai Apolafsi Mou".

In 2007, he was a candidate to receive an "Arion Music Award", losing to Tamta.[2]

In January 2008, Makris' new CD single "Mou Eipes Psemata was released and in the upcoming months, he will star in a new Greek television series.[3]


Studio albums[edit]

All the albums listed below were released in Greece.

Year Title Certification
2006 Apolafsi -

CD Singles[edit]

Year Title Certification
2008 Mou Eipes Psemata -


  1. ^ "Απόλαυση".  Musiccorner.gr. Retrieved on January 27, 2008 (Greek)
  2. ^ "Σάρωσε ο Μ. Χατζηγιάννης στα Αρίων!".  Pigasos Interactive. Retrieved on January 27, 2008 (Greek)
  3. ^ "Ο Διονύσης Μακρής θα πρωταγωνιστήσει σε νέο serial". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18.  Scenario Group; retrieved 27 January 2008. (Greek)