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Hatzimichelakis Giorgos

  George Hatzimichelakis was born in Piraeus in 1959. He studied Byzantine and New Hellenic Literature (Athens University). He also studied Harmony, Counterpoint and Fuga by the direction of Costas Klavvas, Byzantine and Greek traditional Music by the direction of Costas Katsoulis and Vassilis Nonis, and Composition with Thodoros Antoniou.
  He specialized in Greek folk instruments and has the precious experience of collaboration with several folk musicians of the oldest generation for concerts and for the Greek Radio Broadcast. He also participated in several workshops dealing with free improvisation.
  He composed music for TV educational series (prized in international festivals for the media), songs, music for theater, various Solo Instruments and ensembles. He also composed Symphonic music. He was finalist in 14th international composition competition of the Boston University (1996) with his composition "Samandakas' dance".
  He is assistant director of Municipal Conservatory of Piraeus and art director of Greek Traditional Music Department of the same organization.

This text is cited Mar 2003 from the Friends of Music Society "Lilian Voudouri" URL below, which contains image.

Xanthoudakis Haris

  Haris Xanthoudakis was born in Piraeus in 1950 and studied with Papaioannou, Adamis and Xenakis. As well as his musical interests, he also carries out research into philology, glottology, semiotics and art history. After having taught in various conservatories (in France, Germany and Hungary), in 1992 he became Professor of music at the Ionian University on the island of Corfu.

This text is cited Mar 2003 from the Friends of Music Society "Lilian Voudouri" URL below, which contains image.




Nikos Bistis

, , 1951


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