This blog has reached the end of Thanks all friends for all the years we have traveled in the world of music together. Goodbye!!!

Παρασκευή 22 Αυγούστου 2014

Babis_Papadopoulos-From_Draco's_cave - Costis Christodoulou - A Meeting

Ο Μπάμπης Παπαδόπουλος (γενν. 1967)[1] είναι Έλληνας μουσικός, συνθέτης και κιθαρίστας. Έγινε περισσότερο γνωστός σαν κιθαρίστας του συγκροτήματοςΤρύπες του οποίου ήταν μέλος από το 1984 μέχρι τη διάλυσή τους και αρκετά από τα τραγούδια τους είναι δικές του συνθέσεις. Από τον Σεπτέμβριο του 2005 διδάσκει στο Τμήμα Λαϊκής και Παραδοσιακής Μουσικής του ΤΕΙ Ηπείρου και μέχρι σήμερα είναι τακτικό μέλος του εργαστηριακού διδακτικού προσωπικού του.[2

Costis Christodoulou was born in 1983 (May, 18) in Athens, Greece and grew up in Sparta. His first thoughts of being a musician begun after listening to “Black or White”, by Michael Jackson, back in 1992. But it was after listening to Pink Floyd’s P.U.L.S.E live recording and Vangelis’ “Direct” album, in 1995, that he took The Decision. He started with music by playing Greek traditional songs (Rembetika -the “Greek Blues”, as they say…). Later, he continued by practicing classical piano and, at the same time, being a member in several local rock groups. In 2001, after finishing school, he moved to Athens, where he first started taking jazz piano lessons under Stavros Lantsias. It was the same year that he started working as a professional musician, earning money to pay for the piano lessons. One year later, he was accepted to study in the Music Department of the Ionian University (Corfu, GR), where he took lessons with George Kontrafouris (jazz piano), Dimos Dimitriadis (jazz improvisation) and Lambis Vassiliadis (classical piano). He graduated from Ionian University with a BA diploma in Jazz Performance and Composition. From January 2007 until May 2008, he moved to Helsinki, Finland, to study at the Jazz Department of the Sibelius Academy, where he had lessons of Jazz Piano (Jarmo Savolainen/Jim Beard), Arranging for Big Band (Antti Rissanen), Arranging for Smaller Ensemble (Jarno Kukkonen) and Aesthetics of Jazz (Jukis Uotila).Currently, since September 2008, he is living and working in Athens as a jazz musician, playing, teaching and recording. He just finished his first personal album, called “The Thing”, containing exclusively original compositions.He has taken part in several jazz festivals in Greece and abroad.

Δεν υπάρχουν σχόλια:

Δημοσίευση σχολίου