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Afroditi Fryda

Name:Afroditi Fryda
Born:1964
Nationality:Greek
   
National Finals:Greek national final 1985, 1988
ESC Entries:Clown (1988)
   
Website:afryda.blogspot.com

Biography

Aphrodite Frieda is a Greek singer, born and raised in Athens. She studied music for eight years at the Athens National Conservatory and began her career in 1985. That year she was among the 10 finalists who competed for representation of Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest, but her entry “Donald Duck” did not win. Afroditi returned to the Greek selection for Eurovision in 1988. She sang the song “Clown”, and won, so she represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest.
In 1989, Afroditi Fryda recorded her first album and in 1995 she began working with Xenia Dikaiou and Nancy Kanelli. Kanelli wrote three songs for Afroditi.
Throughout her career, Frieda has collaborated with many famous Greek singers, including Marinella, Haris Alexiou, and others. She now performs in small music venues in Athens.

Entries

Country:Greece
Year:1988
Language:Greek
   
Artist:Afroditi Fryda
Song:Clown
Lyrics:Dimitris Sakislis
Composer(s):Dimitris Sakislis
Conductor:Haris Andreadis
   
Backings:Stelios Konstantas
Romi Sofou-Roumelioti
Maria Vasiliou
Dancers:Amanda Grand
Results 
Points:10
Position:17
Running order:14
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