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Just (Zorba’s Dance)

“Sirtaki” is danced in a circle or line formation with hands held on neighbour's shoulders. The summer anthem “Zorba’s dance” finds now a modern touch that will make the whole world dance together!

For the first time “Sirtaki” has also an official vocal version worked on the original production.

“Just (Zorba’s Dance)” features a fresh female voice which lead the famous greek melody, singing about how people in summertime become “Super Crazy”!

Which are the origins of “Sirtaki”? It’s a popular Greek folkdance created for the 1964 film Zorba the Greek, choreographed by Giorgos Provias with music by Mikis Theodorakis, in a mixture between the slow and fast rhythms of “Hasapiko” dance.

The name sirtáki comes from “syrtos”, which means "lead the dance” in Greek!

It is so famous around the world that “Barilla”, the worldwide known Italian pasta brand, used it for a paneuropean campaign starring the tennis champion Roger Federer and the Italian chef Davide Oldani.