Spyros Souladakis (concert pianist, teacher) has given many concerts (both solo and chamber music) in Greece and abroad. He has performed in London (Wigmore Hall, the National Gallery, etc), Rome, Paris, Milano, Weimar, in the Athens Concert Hall, in Thessalonica, Crete, Rhodes, Cyprus etc. In Great Britain, he won the first prize in “Robert Sutherland” competition for piano accompanying.
He has participated in many piano masterclasses where well-known musicians such as Paul Badura Skoda, Nelly Acopian – Tamarina, Konstantin & Julia Ganev, Aleksandar Raichev, were invited. He has also accompanied many artists in various concerts, masterclasses, courses, auditions etc. He graduated from the Royal College of Music, where he studied with John Blakely and Nigel Clayton. In Greece, he studied piano with Ida Lori Margariti and Marina Koutouvali, and graduated in 1999 (Diploma in performance with Distinction). While in London, he also studied orchestration and composition. Since 2004 he teaches piano and theory of music in schools and conservatories in Athens.