Marianna Zorba

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Marianna Zorba (Greek: Μαριάννα Ζορμπά; born 1967 in Athens) is a Greek singer and a music teacher. She loves ethnic and folk music. In 1997 she represented Greece in the 42nd Eurovision Song Contest. She was engaged to Manolis Manouselis, a composer, the week before the grand finale in Dublin. A few weeks after the contest they married. Marianna and the song, "Horepse" scored 39 points and reached 12th place. Marianna and Manolis decided to move to Crete in 2002. He works as an architect and she as a music teacher. Together they formed the duo Notios Anemos (Southern Wind) and they perform in music festivals, concerts and theatrical plays in Crete. They published a record together in 2005.[citation needed]


  • 1995 - Diavatirio Psixis (Soul Passport)-LP by Warner Music
  • 1996 - Akou loipon (So, Listen to That)-LP by Warner Music
  • 1997 - Horepse (Dance)-CD single, promo only
  • 2005 - San Minoiko Karavi (Like a Minoan Boat)-LP by Seistron

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Preceded by
Mariana Efstratiou
with Emeis Forame to Himona Anixiatika
Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
with Mia Krifi Evesthisia