Georgia Kalodiki



Georgia Kalodiki

Born in Athens (1975) she has a Master and a PhD in acoustic composition from Goldsmiths College, University of London with the English composer Roger Redgate. She has also studied composition with Yannis Ioannidis, Joseph Papadatos and Alexandros Kalogeras, music for cinema and mixed media with Alexandros Mouzas as well as classical guitar with Elena Papandreou. She attended lectures and Master classes with well known composers such as Alvin Lucier, Christian Wolff, Rebecca Saunders, Bryan Ferneyhough, and Theodor Antoniou.

Her compositional work includes solo, chamber and orchestra music as well as electronic music and music for mixed media. Her interests are focused on the interactive relation between form and material in contemporary music, experimenting on the wide range of possibilities arising from this interaction. She is currently a PhD candidate at Ionio University of Corfu in Electroacoustic Composition.

Her works have been performed and received distinctions in Greece and abroad (Goethe institute, Athens Music Hall, Janacek conservatory - Czech Republic, Old Operating Theatre of London, Tsai Perfomance Center - Boston University, Alte Schmiede -Vienna), by well known ensembles as Kreutzer quartet, Soozvuk ensemble, Kamerata orchestra of Greece, Orchestra of Colours, Greek Ensemble of Modern Music, ALEA, Red Note Ensemble etc. She has received commissions from Boston University, Kapodistrian University of Athens, Orchestra of colours, Acanthes 2007, the Athens Youth orchestra ASON, Red Noise Ensemble, Dissonart Ensemble etc. Her music has published from Subways Records. She has composed music for four silent movies in Kakogianni foundation (Fred C. Newmeyer's Safety last, Charlie Chaplin's The kid, Y.Protasanov's Aelita: Queen of Mars, Josef von Sternberg's Underworld) for the 2010-2012 Greek Silent cinema Festivals.

She has also composed music for theater productions with Roula Pateraki, Euaggelia Thalassini and Hlia Euaggelidi. She is also a member of The Greek Composers Union, ESSIM and a columnist for the greek music periodical "Polytonon".