He was born in Athens in 1972.

He studied piano at the Athens Conservatory with Maria Herogiorgou - Sigara, and in 1991 he received his diploma with honors and second prize.

With a scholarship from the Academy of Athens, he continued his studies in Paris for four years at the National Conservatory D'Aubervilliers - La Courneuve with professors Bruno Rigutto - Hubert Guillard and in 1994 he received the state diploma in piano and second prize.

In 1994, he continued his postgraduate studies at the National Conservatory "P. I. Tchaikovsky" in Moscow with professors B.V. Gornostaeva and G.R. Lysichenko. With a scholarship (1996-1999) from I.K.Y. (State Scholarship Foundation) and from the "Alexander S. Onassis" Foundation, he received in 1997 the postgraduate title "Stagirofka" and in December 1999 the title "Doctor of Musical Arts" (Aspirantoura).

He has taken part in international piano competitions and has repeatedly appeared in solo recitals, chamber music concerts and as a soloist with orchestras in Paris, Moscow and of course Greece.

He has made recordings for French Radio as well as for Moscow Radio (MosFilm).

He collaborates with the Athens Concert Hall, the Athens State Orchestra, the Camerata Orchestra and the National Opera as co-repetitor in operas and oratorios covering a wide range of repertoire spanning from Purcell (Dido and Aeneas) and Haydn (L'Isola Disabitata) to Weill (Der Zar Lässt Sich Photographieren) and Halffter (Lazarus).

At the same time, he prepares singers, musicians and actors in collaboration with various conservatories (Athens Conservatory, Philippos Nakas Conservatory, National Conservatory etc.), in collaboration with various festivals (Athens Festival, Festival of the Aegean etc.), or privately, for their participation in operas, oratorios, concerts, nationwide and international competitions, seminars, auditions, recordings, etc.

He has collaborated with the Athens State Orchestra, the ERT Symphony Orchestra, the Athens Municipality Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of Colours, the National Opera Orchestra and the Camerata Orchestra as a soloist (piano-celesta) in symphonic works covering the entire spectrum of music from the Baroque to the present day, such as Shnidke, Ravel, Shostakovich, Stravinsky, Bela Bartok, Honegger, Saint-Saens, Orff, Villa Lobos, Guarnieri, Martinu, Ligeti, Henze, Lutoslawsky, Bloch, Westlake, Bernstein, Mussorgsky, Prokofiev, Hovhaness, Janacek, R. Strauss, Mahler, Skalkota, Kalomiris, Samaras, Varotsis, Sisilianou, Theodorakis, Antoniou, Tsalachouris et al.

He has worked as a Professor of the History of Music course at the State School of Orchestral Art (KSOT) (2007-2011).

Since September 2003 he has been teaching Piano at the Athens Conservatory and has taken the co-repetitor position at the Lyric song classes of D. Kalafatis, L. Zafeiropoulou and M. Margaritis.

Since September 2011, she was assigned the Melodrama Class of the Athens Conservatory together with Tseni Arseni and later Marianna Kalbari.

Since 2016, he has undertaken the musical preparation (co-rehearsal) of the Lyric song classes of Stamatis Beriw and Lydia Angelopoulou as well as the musical preparation of the Melodrama School under the artistic direction of Stamatis Beris and in collaboration with Danae Beri at the Philippos Nakas Conservatory.

Dimitris Vezyroglou

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