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Ladopoulos Antonis

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Antonis Ladopoulos is one of the most prominent Saxmen in Greece. His work both as a performer and an educator has earned him a national acclaim.  

For the past twenty years, Antonis has appeared in concert halls and festivals all over Greece performing as a leader with his own group and has recorded 5 albums with original material. His compositions for large ensembles have been performed by the National Radio Orchestra and the Athens saxophone quartet. His work has also extensively been featured on radio and TV shows.

He is a graduate of both William Paterson University of New Jersey (BM) & Eastern Illinois University (MA), where he also worked as a teaching assistant for two years. His academic education also includes a BA in Business by the Athens University.

Antonis Ladopoulos is the co-founder of   music institute, which has represented the contemporary perspective of music education in Greece and has promoted musical creativity through the independent record label, and the creator and co-director of Muse Festival one of the most prestigious yearly Jazz festivals to take place in Greece.

Antonis is currently teaching Jazz Theory, Improvisation & Jazz Ensembles at the Department of Music Science and Art of the   University of Macedonia   in Salonica.



PHOS - 2012
3G - 2008

Little Flowers - 2007
Antonis Ladopoulos Quartet

Page One: Beyond the Blue - 1996

East Vision - 1994


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