Release Date: 2014
Dangerous game (Jekyll and Hyde)
Please don’t make me love you (Dracula)
Bring on the men (Jekyll and Hyde)
No one knows who I am (Jekyll and Hyde)
Ol’ man river (Showboat)
When I look in your eyes (Doctor Dolittle)
Somewhere (West side story)
“A Musical is a special kind of theatrical performance that combines singing, acting and dancing in a unique way. Spontaneous emotion, cleverness with style, soul power and artistic virtuosity transform a story into something exciting. Expressive songs, full of nostalgia, passion, anger, love, humor … touching melodies that we love …”
Manja Vlachogianni was born in Athens and lived her childhood both in Germany and Greece.
At the age of 17, she got the Piano Diploma with distinction, and also the first prize for Excellence and Exceptional Performance by the National Conservatory of Athens.
She continued her studies at the Richard-Strauss-Konservatorium in Munich from where she graduated with a Piano Soloist Diploma, while she attended classes of Monody and Musical Theater Performance. She studied at the “Musikhochschule Dresden – Meisterklasse”, while she took acting courses at the Drama School of H. Trayer in Munich.
She sang successfully in more than 160 musical theater performances in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
At the age of 24 years she was given the position of deputy director at the State Music School of Munich «Sing-und-Musikschule Garching».
Since 2007 she lives in Athens and she is a close partner and performer at the Porto-Heli International Festival of Art and Culture.
Since 2009, she collaborates with the music composer Balsam7teen (Nikos Lekakos) as a songwriter and a singer.
Since 2012, she participates in the theatrical group of the actor and director Giannis Degaitis, where during 2013 she performed and singed in “The Trojan Women” by Euripides.
In December 2013 was released by FM Records her first digital single, “Otan milane oi aisthiseis”,
a modern classical, pop ballad (music by Nikos Lekakos, lyrics by Manja Vlachogianni , ft. Vasilis Asimakopoulos).
Vassilis Asimakopoulos (bass singer) was born and grew up in Athens. He has got a Classical Singing Diploma with distinction and First Prize in 2011. He has participated in international choral competitions in Greece and abroad, in various festivals and theatrical performances (Greece, Cyprus, U.S.A.) and he has also sung as a solist in a live performance at the Greek Radio.
He interpreted the following roles: Ocean, Zeus and Prometheus of the opera “Prometheus” (P. Karoussos) and Pope Julius II in the opera “Michelangelo in Rome” (F. Tsalachouris). Now, he is a member of the Greek Theatre “AICHMI” under the direction of G. Nikolaidis. He has also graduated from the department of Psychology at Panteion University of Greece.