Fenia Christou is a singer, composer and creator. She was born in Thessaloniki,Greece and she lives in Athens for the past few years.

She studied “Harmony” and “Counterpoint” with Nikos Xanthoulis where she graduated with excellent mark on June 2013.

She is continuing her studies in composition, to the Athens Music School and more specific is attending the “fugue” class coached by the famous composer Nikos Xanthoulis who specializes in composing ancient Greek music. She is also training in singing with the well-established lyrical bass,Tassos Apostolou.

She has also attended composition classes concerning “the composition of poetry” as well as “orchestration” lessons from the composer Thanasis Nikopoulos. She has also attended seminars concerning improvisation, theatrical knowhow, music composition and has studied the role of music in the educational environment. She has also studied classical piano at the Music School of Athens.

A recent and important moment of hers is the 1st Award in the Greek Song Competition 2014 (established and coordinated by the world-famous composer Dimitris Papadimitriou who was also a member of the judging committee among other well-reputed musicians and academics) held by the prestigious “Onassis Cultural Center” participating with her composition titled “My fate and Destiny- Moira moy kai Pepromeno”. It is worth-mentioning that she composing the music, orchestrated the tune and wrote the lyrics as well as performed it live by singing and playing the piano.

Nowadays, she just released her first two-tracked CD-single called “Today you are leaving-Simera Fevgis” with the support of Hartis Label and is now on sales and available in the digital market ( Not to mention that as this is her first introduction to the wider public she fully exposed herself by writing the lyrics, composing the music, orchestrating the album and actually performing it as a singer. This work is done in collaboration with the exceptional musician Lefteris Pouliou who held the artistic supervision during the production of the cd-single.

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