Concert of "Trio moto perpetuo" in Komotini - paratiritis-news
The "Trio moto perpetuo" continues the chamber music circle recommended by the DKEPPAK under the artistic supervision of Dimitris Svintridis. The concert will take place on Sunday, November 25 at 8:30 pm at the Cultural Cell (c. REX).
"Trio Moto perpetuo" was founded in 2018 and consists of Dimitris Bachtsevanidis (viola), Lefki Sarandinou (clarinet) and Nelly Stachosidou (piano). His repertoire includes classic, romantic and contemporary works.
Lefki (Freedom) Sarantinou was born in Rethymnon in 1984. He took his first piano lessons at the age of eight. She began teaching clarinet and classical singing at the age of twelve. In 2005 he received a degree in Harmony with a degree from Kopsa Conservatory of Komotini and graduated with a degree in excellence and a fellowship from the Department of History and Ethnology of the Democritus University of Thrace. In 2007 he received a clarinet diploma from the same conservatory, with the degree of the most outstanding and professor Theofanis Kekeris. In 2008 he received a Degree of Counterpoint. He has taught clarinet at the Komotini School of Music and at the Faeth Conservatory in Alexandroupolis. In addition to being a member of the "Trio Moto perpetuo" he is a member of the Thrace Symphony Orchestra. & Nbsp;
Today she teaches clarinet and music theory at Kopsa Conservatory, as well as music kinetics in infants and toddlers in the Alternative school since 2015. She has been teaching history and writing. He has published historical novels “Hamsin the Wind of the East” (Historical Quest editions, 2015 - English translation by Hamsin wind of the east, Quest publications, 2018), “Leo and Crescent” (Historical Quest editions, 2016) and “Its Crosses” Rhodes ”(Historical Quest editions, 2018), and the following children's books:“ Fruits ”(Historical Quest editions, 2018) and“ The Gods of Olympus and Their Birth ”(Graphics editions, 2018).
Dimitris Bachtsevanidis was born in Alexandroupolis in 1984. He began violin lessons at the age of 7 at the Alexandroupolis Municipal Conservatory. From 1996 he continued his violin studies at the "FAITHON" Conservatory with Professor Noida Filippas, Petros Vlassi and Tania Haritopoulou (Top A, Athens State Orchestra), where he received his degree in "Violin" with a degree. 2005. In 2008 he received the Viola Degree with the title "Excellent Excellence" with Professor Alexis Theofylaktou (Exarchate, National Opera). He continues his musical studies at the Department of Music Science and Art of the University of Macedonia, specializing in Viola with Professor Haras Serra (Top I, State Orchestra of Thessaloniki) and Dimitris Chandrakis, An.
He often plays the violin or violin with chamber music ensembles and orchestras in various cities in Greece. He has worked as a violinist with the New Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra, with Ionian Camerata, Orchestra Mobile, Sinfonia Sacra Ensemble, Camerata Thrace (Top A) and Rhodes Symphony Orchestra (Top A). He has attended seminars with Leonidas Kavakos and as active listeners with Christos Polyzides, Dimitris Polyzides, EB Polyzoides, M. Marseglia, G. Hamann, Giannis Ioannides, Timothy Schwarz and Elio Orio.
He has taught at the "Thamyris" Conservatory in Orestiada, the Orestiada Elementary Conservatory, the Feres Elementary School and the Alexandroupolis Music School. He is a graduate of the Department of Rural Development of the Democritus University of Thrace and holder of the Certificate of Pedagogical and Educational Competence of ASPAITE. He teaches violin at the Municipal Conservatory of Xanthi, the Municipal Conservatory of Alexandroupolis and the "FAITHON" Conservatory in Alexandroupolis.
Nelly Stahosidou Born in the Caucasus, Russia, she studied piano at the State Conservatory and choir director at the Gelendzhik Institute of Arts. In 1996 she moved to Greece, where she completed her music studies, receiving a degree and a piano diploma, a degree in harmony, counterpoint and fugue, a degree in singing and a diploma in choir management. Currently she is a professor of all the aforementioned subjects at the Kopsa Conservatory in Komotini. She often participates in concerts, either as a soloist or in chamber music groups. He is a member of the Association of Music Teachers of East Macedonia - Thrace.
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