|Christina Spiliakopoulou & Eleni Mitsiaki|
Both artists perform together more than a year on diffrent occasions. They concentrate on Greek, classical and romantic music.
Spiliakopoulou studied at the Elliniko
Music School of Athens. She passed her exams and obtained her Singing
Diploma with honors. She also obtained a Recital Diploma of the London
College of Music and Media. Christina Spiliakopoulou followed melodrama
classes with Sergios Vafiadis, director of the Greek Opera House in Athens,
and also participated in several opera and melodrama seminars. Today
Christina Spiliakopoulpou teaches
classical and modern singing at the Modern and Classical Music School and
at the Eratio Conservatorium. She continues studying music theory and classical
Christina Spiliakopoulou performes regulary on various events, so she gave
recitals with music of M.
Hatzidakis, M. Theodorakis, K. Weill, took part in the Greek Operetta “Vaftistikos”,
gives concerts with the association of Greek Composers and performed for Cultural Events of the
Olympic Games Athens 2004.
Mitsiaki was born in Athens and began to
play piano at the age of five. She graduated her piano studies with
distinction at the National Conservatory of Thessaloniki. At the same time
she studied French piano music with Chrisanthe Tournaki (Marguerite Long
Conservatory, France) on and worked systematically on Russian composers
and piano music with Igor Petrin (Tshaikovsky Conservatory, Moscow). She
actively participated in piano Masterclasses in Greece and Germany with
worldwide known soloists such as Alain Lefèvre, Bruno Leonardo Gelber,
Vitalis Margulis, Thomas Duis, Domna Eunouhidou, Nelli Semitekolo and
studied musicology at the Aristotelion University of Thessaloniki. She
graduated in Advanced Music Theory studies and continues studying
composition and percussion. Eleni Mitsiaki also works as a musicologist in
the Great Music Library of Greece 'Lilian Boudouri' at Athens Concert
Her musical activities include chamber music, lied accompaniment and
teaching. She lectures piano and piano primavista at the Conservatory of
Classical and Contemporary Music in Athens. Eleni Mitsiaki performed as a
piano soloist in Greece and Germany and gave chamber music concerts in
Athens and in many other Greek cities.
In the following you will find
a programme proposal with
Greek composers for a vocal recital for soprano and piano.
If you prefer other combinations or pieces,
please let us know,
a solution will be found easily.
The Artists' Agency is looking foreward to your contact.
Music Short Cuts
(all four live)