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June 17 @ 21:30

€17 – €19

Marina Satti in Thessaloniki – Lazariston Monastery Festival 2024

Marina Satti live in Thessaloniki – Summer 2024 – Lazariston Monastery Festival

Marina Satti, Pop, mainstream and ethnic, seductive, sensual and tender, dominant and glamorous, represents Greece this year at Eurovision with her ZARI, stirring up the audience inside and outside the country, while preparing to bring a dynamic live performance to every stage this summer.

Marina never stops surprising us, every year she brings a new proposal to her music, through a blend of references, influences and choices that surprise and constantly renew her relationship with the audience.

This year, especially in the summer of 2024, she invites us to her concerts with energy and a willingness to subvert. Through unexpected approaches and experimentation with pop and urban elements, Marina never stops reconstructing with unparalleled freshness the whole range from traditional Balkan music to trap.

From Madissa to her YENNA, from last summer’s viral TUCUTUM, a commentary song on Balkan trap, to the pan-European explosion caused by her ZARI that “sat” from the first days at #1 on YouTube, spotify, apple music and #50 global YouTube, Marina Satti promises to transport us to her addictive artistic universe and her concerts.

With a programme that will shake us, enchant us and make us dance to her rhythm without giving a reason to anyone.

Horn, dulcimer and 808, polyphonic alchemy, bagpipes and beats, trap and sensuality – Marina Satti throws down her Zari this summer and dares to be exactly who she feels wherever she is!

Follow her and do just that!

Management:Alex Elsabag


Media Relations:Zuma Communications

A few words about Marina Satti:

A graduate in classical piano, advanced theory in music, a graduate in classical singing and acting, and a scholar of the internationally renowned Berklee College of Music, where she studied orchestration, production and jazz music alongside Danilo Perez and Jamie Haddad among others, Marina Satti has developed a personal sound that combines the different musical traditions she grew up with, such as Greek, Arabic and Balkan.

Having represented Greece in the European Jazz Orchestra (EBU) with works by Peter Herbolzheimer, and having sung at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC with the World Jazz Nonet and participated in the a cappella vocal group The Singing Tribe in collaboration with Bobby McFerrin, she is a creator and performer who is difficult to classify artistically.

From the Athens Concert Hall and the Lyric Stage to festivals in the highlands of Crete, it can be both pop and ethnic and mainstream, as well as lyrical and urban and traditional.

The European media present her as an ambassador of the Greek and Balkan scene, a special path that marries traditional music with pop, both classical and contemporary.

In 2017 she topped the charts with her single “Mantissa”, while shortly afterwards the public welcomed “Ponos Kryfos”, which premiered on the German COLORS (a first for a Greek artist), taking another first on the NOWNESS platform, which first featured her excellent video clip for the traditional track “Warum Pouli m'”.

In 2017 she also founded CHÓRES [ˈkɔɾɛs], an all-female choral ensemble consisting of more than 150 women aged 15-60, of which she maintains the artistic direction – an artistic nursery aimed at rescue, The artistic nursery aims to preserve and promote the wealth of Greek tradition, but also to create an original musical repertoire and performances in collaboration with contemporary artists, while reviving in a unique way the traditional songs of yesterday with the sound and aesthetics of today.

In May 2022 she released her first full-length solo album YENNA, while in 2023 she experimented by delivering the short documentary FLABOURO and TUCUTUM, a song-commentary on Balkan trap, which became the viral song of the summer.


June 17
€17 – €19
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