Marina Satti
Marina Satti

Marina Satti is a Greek singer, songwriter, actress and music producer. Her music combines traditional Greek, Arab and Balkan sounds with urban elements, rhythm, and production. She is set to represent Greece for their 50th anniversary of their first Eurovision Song Contest participation with the song Zari.

With different cultural influences, Marina was involved in design and music from a very young age. She studied Drama and Architecture and received a degree in classical piano and classical singing. In 2009 she represented Greece in the European Jazz Orchestra (EBU) while in 2011 she graduated with a scholarship from the Berklee College of Music (Contemporary Writing & Production). She has worked with artists such as Bobby McFerrin, Paco de Lucia, Wayne Shorter, Danilo Perez, Nikos Mamagakis, Nikos Kypourgos, Stavros Gasparatos and has collaborated, as an actor, with National Theatre of Greece, the Greek National Opera, The Athens and Epidaurus Festival.

In 2016, Marina created a women’s vocal group called Fonέs. In 2017 she founded the choir Fonέs made up of 50 women while her latest single Mantissa orchestrated by herself, surpassed 35 million views on YouTube. It reached #1 in the Greek and Bulgarian charts and secured her a worldwide publishing deal with Universal Music Berlin.

In November 2017 Marina appeared at Google’s Europe on Stage in the Bozar Centre of Fine Arts in Brussels, featuring her among the 10 most interesting YouTube acts of 2017. In addition, the Votre Beaute readers voted her as Best Woman Musician of the Year.

In 2022, Satti released her first full-length album Yenna, while in 2023 she experimented by delivering the short documentary Flabouro as well as Tucutum, a song-commentary on Balkan trap, which became viral in the summer of 2023.

Marina lives in Athens, experimenting with polyphonic music and composing original music for the theatre and cinema.

Marina Satti

Daily tickets:
€10 until 31 May
€15 from 1 to 27 June
€20 on Festival days

Festival tickets:
€18 until 31 May
€25 from 1 to 27 June
€35 on Festival days

Points of sale:
Ticket office at the Croatian Cultural Centre, an hour before the beginning of the program
– Online at mojekarte.hr *
Dallas Music Shop *
Foto Revija *
– On Festival days at the entrance to Exportdrvo, an hour before the beginning of the program

* On tickets bought online, in Dallas Music Shop or Foto Revija an additional fee in the amount of €0.95 is charged for the processing of the transaction.

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