Learn everything about the most frequently asked questions for the TV series Maestro in Blue
Paxos, a small yet enchanting Greek island, is part of the Ionian Islands chain in the turquoise waters of the Ionian Sea. Known for its mesmerizing beaches, crystal-clear waters, and charming villages, this idyllic destination boasts a serene atmosphere perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation. With a rich history dating back to ancient times, Paxos is sprinkled with olive groves, traditional stone houses, and quaint fishing harbors. Its picturesque landscape, warm hospitality, and delicious local cuisine make it an ideal escape for travelers seeking an authentic Greek island experience away from the bustling crowds.
While Paxos, Greece, may not be widely known for hosting large-scale music festivals, it does host smaller music events and concerts from time to time. These events often feature traditional Greek music, local artists, and sometimes international performers. The island's intimate atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings make it a charming location for music enthusiasts seeking a more relaxed and personal experience. Find out about any upcoming music events in Paxos here.
Clelia Andriolatou is playing the caracter of Clelia, in Maestro in Blue greek TV series in netflix.
From a young age she has managed to attract attention with her beauty and her talent, both in acting and modelling. But let’s get to know a few things about her.
The young actress was born in Thessaloniki on October 12, 1996, she is 26 years old and grew up in Kalamaria. At 14 she started an international career as a model and had a successful career in modeling, and before she even tried her hand as an actress, she did photo shoots for big magazines.
Clelia Andriolatou plays Clelia, who is 19 years old and preparing to take her exams at the Conservatory of Music. She has grown up in Paxos and her passion for the piano and music is the only thing that gives her strength to move forward. She is quite different from other kids her age, as she doesn’t want to lose her romanticism. She is beautiful, strong, smart and determined to make it in life.
Christoforos Papakaliatis is playing the caracter of Orestis, in Maestro in Blue greek TV series in netflix.
He was born in Heraklion on 23 December 1975, the son of Villy Malamis and Emmanuel Papakaliatis. His mother is South African and his father is Greek.
Papakaliatis began his career at the age of 16, playing numerous roles on successful TV shows broadcast on Mega, Greece’s largest TV network at that time. At the age of 23, he began writing his own TV scripts. His first script Our Life Is a Path (Greek: Η ζωή μας μια βόλτα) aired on Mega and was well-received by critics and the public.
Maestro, a series written by and starring Papakaliatis, was broadcast on Mega in 2022 and later that year, Netflix bought the rights to stream the series worldwide, making it the first Greek series to be picked up by Netflix.
The song we hear when Klelia rides her scooter in Maestro in Blue, when she reveals the truth about her feelings for others in the first episode is Rock and Rollercoaster by Inspired.
The song we hear when Klelia explains how the world is for a young woman in the society after the pandemic is Then He Kissed Me by The Crystals
We only hear the Clair de Lune song in the last episode of Maestro in Blue when it begins and shows us Klelia playing it on the piano.
“Clair de Lune” is a famous classical piece by French composer Claude Debussy. It is the third movement of his Suite Bergamasque, which was composed around 1890 but first published in 1905. “Clair de Lune” means “moonlight” in French, and the piece is known for its evocative, impressionistic mood.
Annunzio Paolo Mantovani, better known as Mantovani, was a popular British-Italian conductor, composer, and arranger. He was particularly famous for his light orchestral music in the 1950s and 1960s. Mantovani’s orchestra performed and recorded their own version of Debussy’s “Clair de Lune.” In this version, Mantovani applied his signature lush strings arrangement and style, making the piece more accessible to a wider audience who enjoyed easy listening and light orchestral music.
In the eighth episode of “Maestro”, which aired on Thursday night, December 8th, Antonis, played by Orestis Chalkias, performed the song “Lucky Star”, accompanied by the Corfu Philharmonic Orchestra and caused the enthusiasm of the viewers, who requested the song again. The song, with music and lyrics by Konstantinos Vitas, was originally performed by Yannis Palamidas in 2000 for the needs of the theatrical performance “Angel Baby”, which was staged in the 2000-2001 season at the “Mousouri” theatre, directed by Antonis Kalogridis, starring Akis Sakellariou and Natasha Kalogridis, with music by Konstantinos Vitas.