Sinavlia – Haris Alexiou

Haris Alexiou sings Sinavlia, a Greek song written by Lina Nikolakopoulou and composed by Nikos Antypas, which means “Concert”.

Sinavlia is one of the most touching Greek songs you can hear; is it Alexiou’s voice that makes it so unique? Is it the lyrics?

The truth is that here we have another happy meeting in the history of Greek Music: the triad Antypas – Nikolakopoulou – Alexiou gave us one of the best albums ever released “Di efchon”, with ten amazing songs; one of these is the song we play here.

Sinavlia is dedicated to all these people who were happy enough to attend the concerts they wanted along with the person they loved. Whatever I loved I was deifying it as long as you were there… sings Alexiou and we cannot help it but agree with the verse. There is nothing more important in a relationship than sharing moments like these.

Maybe it is the entire concept of the concerts which is very important for us Greeks, but if you ever have the chance to see and listen to Alexiou singing this song live in her concerts, you will understand why Sinavlia touches so many people. It is always one of the magic moments of her concerts… probably because us, fans, love being there, at her concerts alogn with the people we love.


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