Panagiotis Markos
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B.A. MUSIC M.D.X UNIVERSITY & M.A. IN PERFORMANCE GOLDSMITH UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. My Piano Teachers: 1) Stella Sklavou & Petros Beratis, Athens, Greece 2) Peter Bithell: a professor at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. London UK. 3) Andrew Zolinsky: Head of keyboard at London College of music and Professor at the Royal College of Music. MASTER-CLASSES: with Martino Tirimo & Christopher Elton

PANAGIOTIS MARKOS (piano) was born in Athens, Greece in 1982. He started his music studies at the age of thirteen in the music school of Sepolia in Athens. He obtained a Degree in Harmony (with Distinction) in July 2005. He continued his music studies at the Middlesex University (London, UK), under the tuition of pianist Peter Bithell, where he graduated with a BA in Music Performance (Upper Second Class Honours) and won the Turton Prize for Musical Performance in 2008. Subsequently, he studied under the guidance of Andrew Zolinsky at Goldsmiths (University of London, London, UK) where he graduated with an MA in Performance and Related Studies in 2010. Since the age of seventeen, Panagiotis has been performing frequently both as a pianist and singer in various events. In addition to giving classical piano recitals in Greece and London over the last few years, Panagiotis has also presented elements of Greek music tradition including "Rembetiko" and the music of modern Greek composers such as Manos Hatzidakis and Mikis Theodorakis. He has also participated in workshops, festivals, and competitions as a member of the mixed choir of the TEI of Athens.

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At 1:20 on December 18, 2010, Akouson Classical said…

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At 14:27 on June 3, 2010, Akouson Classical said…
Hi Panagiotis and a warm welcome to Akouson Classical ! Thank you for uploading your photos and posting info about your forthcoming events. Best of luck with your performances and we look forward to hearing more about your activities! Akouson Classical
 
 
 

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