Dimitris Papadimitriou

 (Δημήτρης Παπαδημητρίου) is a Greek composer and musician born in Alexandrian Egypt. He has composed more than 16 featured film scores, 5 times the Ministry of Culture film score price, 2 times the Greek music industry Arion Award for record releases, 2 times the best TV soundtrack price awarded by Greek newspaper “Ethnos”, 3 times platinum and Once golden records for song albums and also 20 theatrical scores including Greek National Theatre ancient drama representations. He has been assistant composer to “Never on Sunday’s” Oscar Manos Hadzidakis. At 1993 he attended the composition class at Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood Music Center with composers Henri Dutilleux, John Williams, George Perle, Oliver Knussen and Steve Reich among others. He is known for Sti skia tou fovou (1988), I zoi enamisy hiliariko (1995) and Verspielte Nächte (1997).

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