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Konstantinos Evangelidis


Konstantinos Evangelidis was born in Athens where he lives and works as a pianist, composer, arranger, and piano teacher. He studied the piano at the Athens Conservatory with award winning pianist Dora Bakopoulos and Advanced Theory & Orchestration at the Central Conservatory of Athens with composer Babis Kanas. He has also studied Graphic Design at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens.

As a composer he collaborated with the National Theater of Greece, the National Theater of Northern Greece, and the Theater of Serres, among others.  Indicative works include:

Oedipus Rex” (2023), “American Buffalo” (2022), “A Streetcar Named Desire” (2021), “A Long Day’s Journey into the Night” (2021), “Jerma” (2019), “A Winter’s Tale” (2018), all in collaboration with director Thanasis Sarantos.
“Humanity” (2024), “Democracy” (2024), “Four in the Morning” (2023) and “Amalia, a Bavarian Queen” (2021) directed by Enke Fezollari.

The Cherry Orchard” (2022) and “With Grimm Tales” (2019) directed by Marios Theocharous.
Olga” (2017) directed by Calliope Evangelidou.
Her Leaves” (2016) directed by Panagiotis Mentis, “The Dream of a Ridiculous Man” (2016) directed by Anna-Sevasti Tzimas, “Babylonia” directed by Theodore Gonnis and Tasos Rantzos.

As a theater music arranger, he collaborated in “The Hypochondriac” directed by Vassilis Nicolaides, “Much Ado About Nothing” and “Don Camilo” both directed by Thanasis Theologis.

In film, he wrote music for Vasilis Christofilakis’ feature film, “Too Much Info Clouding Over My Head”, “Pet” by Christos Moraitis, “Diaplous” and “The Seed” both by Ifigenia Kotsonis.
In 2012 he won a distinction at the Drama Film Festival for his music in the film “Evergreen” by Ifigenia Kotsonis.

He has composed music for documentaries, TV & Radio spots, and multimedia films.

From 2012 he is also active in children’s theater as a composer and arranger.
In 2020 he published the music album “The Paper Air Balloon” based on the children’s play by Anna-Sevasti Tzimas.

In 2013 he excelled in “Song Races”, a composition competition organized by the Onassis Cultural Centre Greek Project. Since then, he has composed and presented songs for the Onassis Cultural Center productions “Poets of 1821” (2021), “See You ” (2017), “World Tales Turn into Songs” (2016) and “Poetry Set to Music” (2015).
He has also presented his work through ERT (in collaboration with ERT’s Orchestra of Contemporary Music), the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, the Michalis Kakogiannis Foundation, the Olympia Theater, the French Institute of Greece and others.