Greek pianist Theodoros Iosifidis started his piano studies aged 7 in the Municipal Conservatory of Kavala. He graduated from “Neon” Conservatoire, Thessaloniki, getting a Harmony Diploma with Grade A in June 2003 and his Piano Performance Diploma with the highest distinction (Grade A and 1st Prize). In 2009, he got his BMus in Performance with First Class Honours at Trinity College of Music, London, where he studied with Yonty Solomon and Philip Fowke.
Theodoros has completed two Masters degrees with distinction (Mmus, MmusAcc) at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, studying under Jonathan Plowright, as a scholar of the Academy (RSAMD Trust). He has also worked at the RCS as an accompanist.
He has won 1st prizes in the Leonard Smith Duo Competition, the Ian Watt Competition for Violin and piano and the RSAMD Bach Prize. In November 2009 he represented the RSAMD in the Beethoven Intercollegiate Competition in London’s ‘Bluthner Centre’. Theodoros has been involved in numerous festivals and performance projects, such as the Edinburgh International Festival, “Leeds Lieder Plus”, “Schumann Festival” and the “Rzewski Festival” in TCM, London.
He has collaborated with various composers including Dimitrios Skyllas, Nick Jones, Hannah Varty and Simone Spagnolo, among others, recording new pieces and participating in projects such as the ‘Rude Health’ concerts and the ‘SCOW’ orchestral project.