Antonios Plessas

Antonios Plessas

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Studied music with Αlexander Ainian and Clelia Terzakis
Berklee College of Music: Music Production & Engineering (1983-86)

As a composer:
1983: Represented Greece in the Eurovision Festival in Munich - Germany with his song entitled “Mou Les” (You say to me)
1988-90: Musical compositions in the field of television include the music for the "Mega" Channel television series “The Three Graces” and “The Secret of Aris Bonsalentis”
1991: First personal album by record company BMG entitled “Anadysis” (Emergence)
1992: Composed the music for a slide show presented by photographer Sue Papadakou, entitled “The Dance of Spirographs” and sponsored by Kodac Near East
1993: Composed Jingles for food products such as “Kyknos” tomato juice and “Tutti Frutti” fruit pastilles
1996: Composed jingles for Radio station “Athens 98.4 FM”
1995-97: Compositions for the CD of “Audio” periodical entitled “Deborah Morgan” & “Blue Indigo”
1997: Second personal album by Music Ltd Productions entitled “Scent of Time”
1998: Music Theme for the Greek edition of National Geographic.
1999: Composed the theme “Music Box” along with six variations for the “Audio Pro” Special Edition of HiTECH periodical
2000: Composed 11 songs based on lyrics from lyricists Christos Pagonis and Eva Omiroli
2003: Composed the music for the Web based educational project titled Jele.
2004: Third Personal album entitled “Τales of the Water”.

As a performer (Drummer):
1978: Participated in the Greek version of the rock opera “Jesus Christ Superstar”
1981: Represented Greece in the EC jazz orchestra
1982: Participated in numerous theatrical productions sponsored by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs and the Athens Festival
1983-1986: Musical and Technological studies at Berklee College of Music
1987: Participated in the Festival of Altomonte with his group “Polyrhythmics” guest of the ministry of Cultural Affairs of Italy
1988: Concerts at the Athens College, the Hellenic American Union, Memphis Club etc.
1989-1998: Participated in the recording sessions of numerous recording artists as well as in numerous projects he produced for Educational institutes and periodicals
1999-2000: Concerts for his personal CD “Scent of Time”, and recording sessions for productions undertaken by his company “Music Ltd”

As a producer and computer/synthesizer programmer:
1987: Recorded the music of composer, Mimis Plessas, for the world wide opening of “ARS MEDITERRANE” the Multimedia exhibition of the art director and sculptor Ilia De Riska, which took place in “BUGA” exhibit hall, in Dusseldorf, Germany
1987-89: Supervised and hosted the radio shows “Without Boundaries” for Antenna Radio and “Seven Notes for One Byte” for ERA 2 Radio
1990-97: Participated in numerous activities of his company “Music Ltd”. The productions undertaken for the record business, television, radio, theater and motion pictures were programmed arranged and mastered, entirely within the company’s facilities. (Clients include the Greek branch of record companies such as BMG, Sony, Warner Music, Universal and the Greek companies MBI, FM Records, Athenaeum, Lyra)
2003 -2004: Numerous music productions including 2 theatrical productions and several CD productions.

Αs an educator - author – columnist:
Lectures and seminar on the subjects of music production and music technology.
Author of: Music & Technology (Volumes 1 & 2) by Modern music publications.
Articles for the leading technology magazines: RAM – HiTECH – PC Magazine (Greek Edition)

Αs a Project Manager:
1st Hellenic music composition contest with the aid of a personal computer (Sponsored by RΑΜ magazine and AKMI technology institution.
Makemusic Contest 2004 sponsored by IEK AKMI

Currently: Works on the development of the first Greek web site for independent musicians

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