Sotiris Arnis

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Sotiris Arnis

Sotiris Arnis

Sotiris (not: "Sortiris") Arnis was the bass-player of the Forminx. With his glasses, he was an easy to recognize member of the populair Greek band. After the Forminx was disbanded, mr. Arnis tried to make his way in the Greek popscene, with some success. In 1968 he and some other Greek musicians played on a single with singer Zoe (or Zoitsa) Kouroukli, known for her two records made together with Vangelis.

 

In 1980 Sotiris was involved as composer for a modern Greek theatre play "Hepta Epi Thebas", translated in English as "Seven against Thebes" by the ancient Greek poet Aeschylus.

 

There is a Greek architect, who is also humoristic caricaturist. He has an exhibition at the Taborda museum in Buenos Aires in Argentina. It's unknown if this is THE Sotiris Arnis who is mentioned here.

 

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