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THEO ABAZIS

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Period

1967 - current

Genre

contemporary classical music

Biography Theo Abazis

Theo Abazis was born on July 15, 1967 in Athens, Greece. Education He studied piano and music theory at the Athens National Conservatory of Music. In 1987 he came to The Netherlands and studied composition and orchestral conducting at the Conservatory of Music in Utrecht. He completed his composition studies in 1993 ...
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Biography Theo Abazis

1967

Theo Abazis was born on July 15, 1967 in Athens, Greece.


Education

He studied piano and music theory at the Athens National Conservatory of Music. In 1987 he came to The Netherlands and studied composition and orchestral conducting at the Conservatory of Music in Utrecht. He completed his composition studies in 1993 with a large orchestral work and a multi-media spectacle with the title Medea. From 1993 to 1995 he studied at the Musikhochschule in Bern, Switzerland with Dimitri Terzakis.


Compositions

In October 1993 the ballet Anathema was premiered by the Stuttgarter Staatsballet (choreography: R. De Oliveira); the same company performed Orfeas in 1995. The Basho Ensemble regularly performed Kavafis. Algos for violin and orchestra was selected for performance during the annual Young Composers Project of the Netherlands Ballet Orchestra in 1997.


Prizes

In 1991 he won the prize from the Onassis Foundation, and with a three-year scholarship he was able to continue his studies with Tristan Keuris.

1998

Discography Theo Abazis

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