Chimes in Time (PFCD013)
Piano music by Anthony Gilbert, Alexander Goehr, David Ellis and Panayiotis Demopoulos, performed by Panayiotis Demopoulos
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Propel - Anthony Gilbert
Seventeen or eighteen inaudible canons (2004) - David Ellis
Several Gardens (2011) - Panayiotis Demopoulos
Four Studies in six parts ("For One Who Hears Different Colours") - David Ellis
Nonomiya - Alexander Goehr
Chimes in Time Round-dance for piano (2010) - Anthony Gilbert
Moto non Perpetuo - David Ellis
Do Well, poems for piano (1988-2010) - Anthony Gilbert
Panayiotis Demopoulos - piano
Recorded by Richard Scott at the Royal Northern College of Music on 6th and 7th May 2011.
Produced by David Ellis.
This recording has been made possible with the kind assistance of a grant from the RVW Trust.
The support of the Ida Carroll Trust is gratefully acknowledged.
For more details please see the CD booklet.
Panayiotis Demopoulos was born in Athens, Greece in 1977 and grew up in the town of Kozani. He took his first music lessons at the age of 5 and gave his first public performance at the historical Parnassus Hall, Athens, in 1984. In 1996 he decided to study music formally and moved to Edinburgh where he joined the piano class of Margaret Murray-McLeod. In the next five years, he completed a BMus with honours at the Ian Tomlin School of Music, Napier University. This was followed by the opportunity to study the piano with Murray McLachlan and composition with Anthony Gilbert at the Royal Northern College of Music on a scholarship. In 2007 he obtained his PhD in music composition from York University. In 2007 he moved back to Greece with his wife, the organist Nicola Harrington. He entered full-time employment in education, teaching at the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki and leading free improvisation and composition classes at the Openart music school in Larisa. He is the founder of Anaeresis (anon.) publishing and the Ricercati vocal ensemble.