Michalis Andronikou is a Greek composer, musicologist, musician, teacher and active member of the Greek music community. Michalis has composed music for various media, themes for theatre plays, solo piano, for small and large ensembles, songs etc. His first album was released in 2003 under the title An everyday music. In 2005, he was awarded in an international competition of composition, which took place in Volos. In the same year, the Greek Group of Contemporary Music presented one of his works in a workshop for young composers, which was directed by Theodore Antoniou. His second album, released in 2006 under the title Diosimia, is a cooperation with the painter Miltos Pantelias and the sculptor Irini Gonou. Al-khatt, the magic script is the title of his third album (2008) which consists of 12 oriental improvisations played by Michalis, for an art exhibition by Irini Gonou, at the Benaki Museum of Islamic Art in Athens. The score of his Latin suite for two guitars is the first work by Greek composer published by the Bulgarian company BALKANOTA, in 2008. His fourth album, consisting of twelve songs for children, is released, under the title “from the earth, the ocean and the air”.