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George N. Gianopoulos





George, known colloquially as Nick, began his musical
study at age eighteen upon entering college.
Enraptured by his first course, an Introduction to the
World of Music, George immersed himself in the studies
of classical music; the theory, the repertoire, the
performance, the history. He immediately began taking
group piano lessons and within a semester advanced to
private lessons with Dr. Robert M. Auler. Throughout
his tutelage he also undertook the art of pedagogue,
developing a private piano studio of twelve students
as well as working as a church pianist and organist.
After four years of intense study, George gave a
senior recital that included performances of works by
Mozart, Schumann, Rachmaninoff and Chopin as well as
faculty performances of original compositions. He
currently resides in Los Angeles, CA where he is
actively teaching and composing for the concert hall
and film.


email: george_g@classicalmatters.com

Website: www.georgengianopoulos.com


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Music Composed by George N. Gianopoulos


Chamber Music

Op. 1. Humoresque for Piano Quartet/ (4.5mb - 3:17)

Op. 2. Impromptu for Piano Quartet/ (8.0mb - 3:30)




Piano Music

Op. 5, No. 1. Chromatic Fantasy/ (12.2mb - 8:53)



Songs

Op. 4, No. 4. When Your Smile Surprised Me/ (3.7mb - 2:39)

Op. 7, No. 1. Little Words / (6.2mb - 2:42)



Opus 12c. Ellissa Alvarez, Soprano, and Eriko Daimo, Marimba

No. 1. New Moon.
/ (8.0mb - 3:29)
No. 2. Tarantella. / (7.2mb - 3:08)
No. 3. Invocation to the Moon. / (15.0mb - 6:32)



Op. 24. Monologue for Solo Cello. / (6.6mb - 6:53)

Op. 16, No. 1. Argumentatively for Two Clarinets. / (5.7mb - 2:58)









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