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Theodoros Iosifidis

Greek pianist Theodoros Iosifidis has performed in several venues throughout the U.K.and Greece, including St Martin-in-the-Fields, London,and the City Halls, Glasgow, as well as in Edinburgh, Inverness, Birmingham, Wales, Athens,and Thessaloniki. He graduated from the New Conservatory of Music of Thessaloniki, obtaining a Diploma in Harmony and a Diploma in Piano Performance with the highest distinctions. He received his Bachelor in Performance with First Class Honours at Trinity College of Music, London, where he studied with Yonty Solomon and Philip Fowke. Theodoros has completed two Masters degrees with distinction (Mmus, MmusAcc) at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, studying under Jonathan Plowright as a scholar of the Academy (RSAMD Trust).
Theodoros has been involved in numerous festivals, including the Edinburgh International Festival, Leeds Lieder Plus, and the Athens & Epidaurus Festival, and he was the music director in chamber versions of the operas Dido and AeneasLa belle Hélène and Trouble in Tahiti. He has collaborated with various composers and given numerous world premieres, both as a soloist and as an ensemble member. Since 2016, he has been a member of Trio El Greco.