Wednesday, 26 December 2018

Theodore Antoniou, Greek composer and conductor, Died at 83

Theodore Antoniou was born on February 10, 1935, in Athens, Greece and died on December 26, 2018.

He was a Greek composer and conductor.

His works differ from musical shows and choral attempts to ambiance music, from film and theater music to solo instrumental works.

Antoniou was trained in violin, voice, and arrangement at the National Conservatory of Athens, the Hellenic Conservatory, and directing at both The Hochschule für Musik and the International Music Center in Darmstadt.

Antoniou is an individual from the Academy of Athens.

During 2004, Antoniou was granted the Herder Prize from the Alfred Toepfer Stiftung F.V.S. Antoniou was a teacher among the structure staff at Boston University, where he served since 1978.

Antoniou also led and directed the new music gathering Alea III, which holds home at Boston University.

The troupe performs oftentimes with new and debuting structures, has worked with various eminent craftsmen, and has visited Europe on various events.

Theodore Antoniou passed away at 83 years old due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.

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