Christina Antoniadou


Christina Antoniadou received her earliest music training and diplomas in Athens, studying the piano, trumpet and theoretical lessons. As a scholar of the Friends of Music Association, she studied the organ at the Athens Concert Hall. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Music, the University of London and the Royal Conservatory of Scotland with BMus, MMus and LRAM. She has performed as a soloist and also as an accompanist in great festivals and venues all over Europe. Christina performed and teached in Nairobi, Kenya on December 2018 as the first Greek organist in Africa. Christina is the founder and artistic director of the Spring Organ Series (SOS). The SOS holds a European distinction from the European Festivals Association for the quality of its concerts which is unique in Greece. She is the organist and music director of St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Athens. She teaches the organ at the ATHENAEUM International Arts Center and Conservatory as well as at the Kodály Conservatory. She is a member of the Japanese drum group Atene Daiko-Drums of the Sun, while her recent studies in film therapy have led her to the EAR Interactive Ritual Playback Theater – D. Magiou. She has been recently elected Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM) for her significant contribution to music and to her field of specialty.