His jazz prose induces, during the entire show, a smile on your face, a smile that occasionally turns into a hilarious laughter.

He knows better than most people the melancholy of the clown, the other face of the professional comedian, the drama hidden in comedy, the crying and the laughter.

[...] these "Redemption blues for a lovesick warrior", that he wrote in 2009, [...] let his sensitivity shine through.

Lyricist, composer and performer in the footsteps of Irving Berlin and Cole Porter [...].

... a person with fine humor and brilliance [...].

The title alone is sufficient for someone to realize that it's the most 'cult' spectacle presented in Athens right now: "One doubt arose in the mind of a noble vigilante".

Georgios Anamateros and his fellow musicians spread, with 'To Pirulita with love', a positive aura, lots of smiles and the sense of a creative craziness that comes from the heart!

Anamateur reminds us of a 1990s stand-up comedian, an illuminated preacher and at the same time one of the protagonists of Lars Von Trier's "The Idiots".