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The young pianist Konstantina Vidalaki is considered as one of the most prominent emerging Greek artists of her generation. Elements that distinguish Konstantina’s performances are her delicate and expressive sound combined with great vigor and virtuosity, as well as the intimate communication with her audience.

Born in Crete, Konstantina Vidalaki started playing the piano at the age of five. She has been recipient of many awards including the Gold medal of UNESCO and the exceptionally given Prize for outstanding achievement during the Competition Gina Bachauer in Athens Megaron, where she performed in the presence of Princess Irene of Greece and Denmark. Konstantina is a scholarship holder of the Spanish Association “World in Harmony”, the Athens Megaron Music Friends Society and the Ministry of Education and Culture in Greece.   

As a soloist and chamber musician she has performed in many cities in Germany and Austria and in international prestigious festivals in Greece such as the Athens & Epidaurus Festival, Thessaloniki Piano Festival, Poros International Piano Festival. In addition, she has recorded for the National Greek Radio as well as for the German Television H1 in a UNESCO production. In 2020 Konstantina released the album "Après un rêve", in collaboration with the trombonist Pavlo Titiaiev and in July 2022 she realised a concert - tour in Latin America together with Trio Jaris.

Additionally to her artistic activity, Konstantina was invited in May 2019 from the TU Crete and the German Embassy, as a motivational speaker in a Lecture-Cycle of the University.

Numerous Masterclasses with eminent and internationally recognized artists, such as Ian Fountain, Jacques Ammon, Yuri Bogdanov, Igor Petrin, Claudio Constantini, Dora Bakopoulou und George-Emmanuel Lazaridis, have helped her to develop her artistic personality.

She studied at the Hellenic Conservatory of Athens, under the guidance of Thetis Nikolopoulou, where she graduated with the piano diploma with the highest distinction and she was awarded the first prize at the age of 18. She continued her studies at the Hanover University of Music, Theater and Media in the class of Professor Christopher Oakden. She completed her Master's degree with honors in 2022 in the class of Vassilia Efstathiadou.

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