I am a composer, sound artist and performer. I am currently conducting a practice-based PhD research on Composition under the supervision of Prof. James Saunders at Bath Spa University. I have an MA in Performance Design and Practice from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and a joint BA and MA in Music Composition from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
I have performed Cretan and experimental music in the UK (venues including Green Note, SOAS University, Hollywell Oxford and Vortex), Greece and Germany in various festivals, concerts, exhibitions and intermedia perofrmances.
I have been awarded with the 2013 Bath Spa-Porthleven Prize, having the opportunity to collaborate with visual and performance artists in order to produce work for exhibitions in Porthleven, Bristol and Bath, following a ten-day residency in Porthleven, Cornwall. My work Principia Actionum I has been one of the winning compositions of AUT`s Open Call 2014: [Open Scores] (exhibition of the score and premiere by Apartment House Ensemble in Aarhus and Copenhagen, Denmark in January 2015).
In 2014 I also participated in Tony Conrad’s and Jennifer Walshe’s opera The Signing (Nuit Blanche, Canada) contributing three short films. I am the artistic director of the In(s)core ensemble. My compositions have been performed in Greece, UK, Denmark, Germany, Canada and the USA in several festivals, concerts, exhibitions and intermedia performances. I have been part of the “Next Generation” program of the Donaueschinger Musiktage Festival 2014.
Availability: Weekdays and weekends 8am-9pm
Willing to travel: 12 miles
I have 13 years of experience in teaching composition, music theory, Cretan lyra, mandolin and ukulele to students of various ages and levels, ranging from complete beginners to Higher Education students (Bath Spa University, Technological Educational Institute of Epirus). My approach on teaching (which is a way to share music with others), my methodology and my experience guarantee a reliable and confident guidance on the students` chosen subject.