About Olympia Papageorgiou
Take a look at Olympia's interview with This Is How You Music!
Olympia Papageorgiou was born March 28th, 1994 in Larnaca, Cyprus to Father Panayiotis and Catherine Papageorgiou. Born into a musical family, she began singing at a very young age. She and her family moved to America when she was around 8 years old. They lived in Florida for several years and later moved to Georgia where Olympia began her music career. Through her passion for music, she also developed a love of playing the piano. She composed and published her first piano piece, Midnight Snow, in 2012. In addition to her singing and piano playing, she also has been Greek Folk Dancing for over 15 years and performs annually at the Marietta Greek Festival held at Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Marietta, Georgia. She holds her Greek roots close to her and does whatever she can to honor her heritage. Her family is her biggest support system and her faith is a large part of her life.
Olympia is a singer and recording artist based in Atlanta, GA and was signed to Qurriculum Global Record Label in February of 2017. Her first single, Falling Apart, released in September of 2017. She was also featured in Homecoming by Eddy Fuego and several other songs that same year. She released her second single 8th Day on her 24th birthday in 2018. She released her third single Salud on May 10th, 2019. Her music is a mix of multiple styles, such as Greek and American, with influences of R&B and Jazz, among others. Olympia had her first interview with This is How You Music in 2018 where she discusses details of her artistry as well as her single 8th Day. January of 2019, both Falling Apart and 8th Day were featured on ESPN Coastal podcast along with other artists from Qurriculum Global.
She is managed by Amber Parker. Olympia’s music can be found on all digital platforms.
"I am so proud to be with this team that supports artists who are working to get their education. I am beyond thankful for this label and the platform it provides." - Olympia