Degree of Dr. phil. at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens (School of Philosophy - Department of Music Studies); thesis: “Dionysios’ <Technē Mousikē>; critical edition”; DOI 10.12681/eadd/18787.
Bachelor degree in Music Studiesat the National Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Degrees on advanced Music Theory: Renaissance Contrapunct and Classical Harmony; Conservatory “Attikon Ōdeion”, Athens.
Soloist Diploma on the Classical Guitar, Conservatory “Attikon Ōdeion”, Athens.
Professional academic activities
Post PhD research fellow at the Institute for the Study of Ancient Culture (IKAnt) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Research Project: Digitising Aspects of Graphical Representation in Ancient Music (DiAGRAM).
Post PhD researcher member of the Voice and Accessibility Laboratory of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (DoIT-NKUA) in the field of musicarchaeology including reconstructions of musical instruments.
2018–2019: Project MNESIAS: Augmentation and enrichment of cultural evidence via digital interactive sound restoration of Ancient Greek Musical Instruments, funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through National Funds for Innovation and Research.
2016–2018: Project HERMES - Towards a training project on experimental reconstruction of ancient Greek musical instruments, funded by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
Research associate (History of Science), member of the DARIAH-GR research team of the Academy of Athens. Project: National Infrastructure for Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities funded by ERDF through National Funds for Innovation and Research.
Post PhD researcher for the Department of Music Studies at the NKUA studying the manuscript tradition of musictheoretical treatises and examining survived archaeological finds of ancient musical instruments.
On contract Lecturer in Ancient Greek Music at the Department of Music Studies of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and at the Department of Philology of the University of Peloponnese.
Post graduate research assistant for the Institute for Mediterranean Studies of the Foundation for Research and Technology (IMS-FoRTH) in the field of ethnomusicology (documentation and recording of the living musical tradition of Crete).
Post graduate research fellow for the IMS-FoRTH in the field of ethnomusicology (Projects Thalitas and Crinno: Music II); funded by ERDF through the Crete Regional Funding Programms.
Teaching courses at the Conservatory “Attikon Ōdeion”, and at the Public schools in music theory, harmony, music performance, classical guitar.
Current research project:
Main areas of research:
- Textual Philology, Greek Palaeography, Digital Humanities (digital editions), Ancient Greek Science and Music focusing on the theory (harmonics/acoustics), the instruments (study and reconstruction), the notation (parasemantics / documents of ancient music), and the reconstruction of ancient Greek speech and song.