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Phoebus Kyriakoudis is a Greek pianist, conductor and musicologist currently on his second year studying Music (BMus) at King’s College London. Originally from Greece, he studied piano with George-Julius Papadopoulos at the New Conservatory of Thessaloniki and has recently completed there his Diploma programme on harmony under Konstantinos Stogiannidis with full marks. He is currently involved with musical life at King’s, being the Piano Director of the Modern Music Society and the Vice President of the Opera Society, as well as performing and collaborating with them numerous times. An aspiring conductor, he has rehearsed and performed numerous times with amateur choirs in monthly vocal workshops led by baritone Spyros Sakkas. During his time at King’s, he has attended conducting workshops led by Colin Metters at King’s and is the musical director of the Opera Society’s upcoming performance of “The Medium” by Gian Carlo Menotti. As a collaborative pianist, he has curated and performed in multiple chamber music concerts in Greece and has given performances of works by Ng Yu Hng and Alex Li in close collaboration with the composers. He will also be performing and conducting at the Modern Music Society’s upcoming Piano Concert, as well as performing George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” in the society’s “America” concert. Regarding his academic interests, Phoebus is chiefly interested in the twentieth century in music, as well as the philosophical issues surrounding the National School of Greece and the question of the identity of Greek classical music. He has been awarded the Purcell Prize in Music for academic excellence during his first year at King’s.
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