Panagiotis Theodossiou studied Composition, Piano, Jazz Piano, and holds a bachelor in Theology by the Greek Kapodistrian University.
He holds a master's degree in Composition Master of Music Composition-MMus by the Department of Music Studies of Ionian University, Corfu, Greece in which he is continuing his doctorate studies.
He is Artistic Director of Kaloy Foundation Conservatory (fondationkaloy.com/) and member of the Greek Composers Union.
His composing activities include many works for piano, chamber, choral and orchestral music and music for the big screen as well. He wrote many symphonic transcriptions on classical and contemporary piano works and found small ensembles in which he participates as a pianist.
There are 100 and more titles of his works listed among the acquisitions of the "Lilian Voudouri Great Music Library" Greece. Ediitons by www.sheetmusicplus.com, www.musicaneo.com, www.free-scores.com.
His work "Between Times" for clarinet, viola and piano was selected by International Society for Contemporary Music to represent Greece in 2018 ISCM World New Music Days in Beijing Modern Music Festival, China.
He has been teaching Piano, Musical Theory, Harmony and Counterpoint at musical schools in Athens for many years. Other activities include
his contribution as a co-founder and article-writer in the Greek musical magazine "Ta Moussika" and in the web magazine "TAR"
(www.tar.gr ) while he is also a producer on the Greek radio.
He has been in charge of the Music Department and coordinator of vocal and instumental ensembles of "Geitonas" Educational Institutes (1995 – 2016).
He also found many successful children and youth vocal and instrumental ensembles at schools and music schools in Greece.
His works have been performed all over the world (Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Hague, Warsaw, Poznan, Nicosia, Athens, Thessaloniki, Patmos, Constantinople) by distinguished artists.
He has recorded many of his works on CD and participated in CD recordings in international labels and institutions. (Retracter) ... (lire la suite)