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Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Marina Stavropoulos' exposure to music came early with her father’s passion for Byzantine secular music and traditional Greek music. Growing up, she played various woodwind, brass and percussion instruments but excelled in classical violin training for 10 years.

Now residing in Montréal, Quebec, her passion for DJing came to life in 2014 with her premier at Flirt 2 put on by Eve Productions. This propelled her to play at Toastr: World Pride Edition, Drama Queen (Velvet and Peopl Nightclub), B.Y.O.L. 2015 Edition, Fierté Montréal's 2015 parade for Armada RFC, Club Unity Montréal, Play Montréal and Circus Afterhours. She was honored to open Fierté Montréal Pride's 2016 Méga T-Dance just ahead of the duo known as Chus & Ceballos and Alain Jackinsky. Marina has been fortunate to provide music for several private parties and also has a returning gig at the Club de Tennis Île des Sœurs for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Quebec benefit.

With plenty to learn, watch out for her sexy vocals, techy and tribal beats that’ll keep you on the dance floor.

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Born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Marina Stavropoulos' exposure to music came early with her father’s passion for Byzantine secular music and traditional Greek music. Growing up, she played various woodwind, brass and percussion instruments but excelled in classical violin training for 10 years.

Now residing in Montréal, Quebec, her passion for DJing came to life in 2014 with her premier at Flirt 2 put on by Eve Productions. This propelled her to play at Toastr: World Pride Edition, Drama Queen (Velvet and Peopl Nightclub), B.Y.O.L. 2015 Edition, Fierté Montréal's 2015 parade for Armada RFC, Club Unity Montréal, Play Montréal and Circus Afterhours. She was honored to open Fierté Montréal Pride's 2016 Méga T-Dance just ahead of the duo known as Chus & Ceballos and Alain Jackinsky. Marina has been fortunate to provide music for several private parties and also has a returning gig at the Club de Tennis Île des Sœurs for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Quebec benefit.

With plenty to learn, watch out for her sexy vocals, techy and tribal beats that’ll keep you on the dance floor.