Negka Giota

 

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Born: 31-08-1960
From: Greece, Piraeus

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Yiota Negka was born and raised in Athens, Greece, where she started singing right after finishing her high school studies. Her music vocation started young, as her parents were amateur musicians. In 1992 along with some friends she creates a small music scene in Moschato (a suburb in Athens), called "Emmetro" where she works as a professional singer until 1996. After that she cooperates for a period (1997-2000) with N. Dimitratos, S.Liosis, A.Repanis and others, singing laika (popular, folk) and rebetika (urban folk) songs.
In 2001 she meets Panayiotis Kalantzopoulos, Evanthia Reboutsika and Elly Paspala and she participates in their live appearances in Athens and in concerts all over Greece.
Her discographic debut comes with a cd single, entitled “WITH CLOSED EYES” (Me ta matia klista), released in 2003 with music and lyrics composed by Panayiotis Kalantzopoulos. This first discographic step created great sensation, revealing a full potential singer. After that she appears with Gerasimos Andreatos in live performances and in spring 2004 she starts a very successful collaboration with the “Estoudiantina” orchestra (a non profit organization with the purpose of researching and recording Greek music) and prominent figures of greek music such as Yorgos Dalaras and Chronis Aidonidis.

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