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Natali (or "Little Natali") started her musical career as a child prodigy singer from Cyprus, and soon became a sensation throughout Europe. Born in 1988 to a Greek Cypriot father and an Australian mother, Natali resides in Limassol and shares her home with her siblings Antonios and Janet. She attended Ayios Tychonas elementary school and also studied classical piano and music theory with the renowned musicologist Dr. Nefen Michaelides, and ballet and modern dance at the Nadina Loizides school of ballet.
Natali began her early career at the international children's song festival Zecchino d'Oro in Bologna, Italy. Natali's interpretation of Christos Phillipou and George Serdaris' song "Cyprus, My Country" led to the 1995 release of her first album, To Dromaki Mas (Our Tiny Street). The album, which contained songs composed and produced by Doros Georgiades, went on to record-breaking platinum sales.
Natali continued her collaboration with Georgiades and Seradis on her second album, Pes to Mou. The album went platinum in its first month of release, putting Natali in a league with some of the industry's most popular names. Now an extremely popular entertainer, Natali was in great demand. As Greek and Cypriot radio and television stations vied for her presence, the Greek television network "net" produced a documentary about Natali's outstanding achievements which aired in thirty-six countries.
Her next album was 1997's Natali's Christmas Eve. Based on a fable written by Costas Petrides and Dan Sparks, the thirteen-song disc---which features original music by Costas Cacoyannis--comes complete with a storybook so that children can follow along. Reaching across the seas, Natali enlisted the aid of American bass player John Koopman to portray Santa Claus.
Natali's successful initial career eventually waned and she retired from the music industry. Her once-official website, www.littlenatali.com, is now defunct and its new owner has blocked its view from the Internet Archive.Wide ThumbClearartFanartBanner User Comments