Rosa Franziska Maier

Rosa Franziska Maier is an Austrian musician, born in 1997 and raised in Graz. She regularly performs both as a soloist and as an ensemble musician, whereby chamber music and interdisciplinary projects are particularly important to her. She recently released a series of music videos featuring solo guitar works of the 20th century. The Austrian […]

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Sébastien Vachez

Winner of several prizes in international competitions, Sébastien Vachez is currently leading a career as a concertist, composer, arranger and teacher. He is certainly no stranger to the platform of international festivals having performed in many european countries (Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Greece), in South America (Peru) and in Asia

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Maria Fragkiadaki

Maria Fragkiadaki was born in Crete and grew up in Athens. She studied at the National Conservatory of Athens classic guitar with Teris Karapanagiotis and Irine Konsta and Harmony and Counterpoint with Spyros Klapsis. She was fortunate enough to have met and worked with George Hadjinikos whom she considers was the most influential teacher she

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Vaggelis Tountas

Vaggelis Tountas is an award-winning composer and musician. Born in Athens and raised on the island of Kea, he developed a love for music at an early age. He studied classical guitar and violin, followed by music theory lessons. He graduated from the Hellenic Conservatory of Music and Arts completing his classical guitar studies with

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Letta Vasileiou

Letta Vasileiou  was born in Athens. She studied the guitar under the guitarist and composer Notis Mavroudis and was awarded her Degree and Diploma with honors and distinctions. She also studied music theory, piano and horn. She has attended various master classes given by greek and foreign performers. At present, she teaches at the “Technotropia”

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Angelos Nikolopoulos

Born in Athens, he studied guitar with Charalabos Ekmektsoglou and Andreas Paleologos and economics at the National University of Athens. He did postgraduate musical studies in Spain, Belgium, France and Hungary. Chamber music and collaborating the guitar with other instruments in various music styles, from Renaissance to contemporary improvisation and stimulating composers to write new

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