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Music for Saxophone,Piano & Percussion by Greek Composers

by Stathis Mavrommatis

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1. Trajectoire du Reve
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2. Le ton d'une journee
5:20 $0.99
3. Piece de Concert Op.57
9:22 $0.99
4. Fleches d' or
8:41 $0.99
5. Air
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6. Valse
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7. Tango
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8. Divertimento Giocoso
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9. Persistent thoughts
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10. Deep feelings
2:52 $0.99
11. Swinging thoughts
1:20 $0.99
12. Thoughts of escape
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13. Dancing feelings
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14. Hassapiko
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15. Nissiotico
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16. Danseuses Celestes
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Date of birth : 1974
Nationality : Greek and Italian
Address : 39, Pefkon str., N.Iraklio, Athens 141 22
Phone and fax : +30 210 2849069, +30 210 5323068, +30 6977225614
E-mail and Web site : stathismavro@yahoo.com - www.stathismavro.gr

He graduated in 1996 from the Department of Mathematics of the University of Patras and, at present, he is working for a Ph.D. dissertation in the specialized field of saxophone music at the Music Department of the University of Athens, under the supervision of Prof. M. Tsetsos.
Since early youth, he spent most of his time with music studying theory, piano, flute, sax and chamber music repeatedly awarding scholarships and distinctions. Under the tutorship of the distinguished clarinet musician E. Kiosoglou and the eminent music Professor J. Ioannidis, he was awarded the Diploma in Saxophone with honors and first prize (1996), the degrees in Harmony, Band Conducting, Counterpoint, Fugue and the Diplomas LLCM (Performers’ Recital Diploma of Licentiate) and FLCM (Performers’ Diploma of Fellowship) from the London College of Music. He has also attended various master-classes and perfecting programs in saxophone with the renowned Professors Jean Yves Fourmeau in Paris (1997-1999), Claude Delangle in Gap (France, 1999) and Eugene Rousseau in Teramo (Italy, 2001).
Since 1996 he is the first alto saxophonist of the Athens Municipal Band and he is teaching saxophone at the “F.NAKAS” Conservatory of Athens as well as in several seminars in Greece.
At the same time, he is pursuing a soloist career giving recitals and performing with music ensembles, symphonic bands and orchestras both in Greece and abroad. Among them the Athens State Orchestra , the Cyprus State Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Colors, the Symphony Orchestra of the Greek Radio-Television, the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Athens, the Louisiana Sinfonietta, the Orchestra Medicilor “Dr. Ermil Nichifor” of Bucharest, the RAI Symphony Orchestra and others.
He also holds a stable collaboration with the Athens State Orchestra.
In July 2003 he performed at the XIII World Saxophone Congress in Minneapolis (USA). In April 2005 he recorded sax music compositions of Dinos Constantinides with the Louisiana Sinfonietta (USA), among which, as a world premier, Concerto No. 2 for Soprano Saxophone and String Orchestra (Grecian Variations) dedicated to him.
At present, he is particularly interested in performing music for saxophone of Greek composers some of whom have dedicated to him their compositions recorded in the CD “Music for Saxophone, Piano and Percussion by Greek Composers” which, on March 2006, went into circulation. Specifically, “Pièce de Concert» of Nikos Astrinidis, orchestrated by the composer himself and dedicated to him, was premiered, on April 2006, with “Dr. Ermil Nichifor” Symphony Orchestra at the Romanian Athenaeum Concert Hall in Bucharest. In December 2006, during the 4th Mediterranian Contemporary Music Days which took place in Istanbul (Constantinopoli), he performed with the Hellenic Group of Contemporary Music “Prosodion” of Vassilis Kitsos for alto saxophone and eight players as a world premiere and “Shades of the Mediterranian” of Tolga Özdemir for saxophone and instrumental ensemble as a Turkish premiere.Radio broadcasting of his performances has taken place repeatedly in the third program of the Greek Radio (ERA 3).
He is a founding member of the “OLYMPIC TRIO” (violin-sax-piano) and the founder and the Artistic Director of the “AKROAMA” Saxophone Quartet aiming at interpreting a wide sax repertoire from baroque and renaissance to contemporary and jazz music, introducing also important Greek composers to the public.
He is a founding member of the Hellenic Saxophone Association and a member of the French Saxophonists’ Association (A-SAX).



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Paul Wagner-Saxophone Journal Vol.31 N.2

This CD is a definite must have recording of exciting new music for saxophone.
...This CD is a 'tribute to contemporary Greek composers, who increasingly honor the saxophone with works worthly of the international repertoire'...
Stathis Mavrommatis performs on both the soprano and alto saxophones on this CD.His tone is warm and passionate with a judicious and excellent use of vibrato.His technique is precise and very clean.One of the most impressive aspects of his playing is his ability to spin the melodic line into thoughtful fantasies that sweep up the listener.
...This CD is a definite must have recording of exciting new music for saxophone.

Ninni Radicini-MondoGreco.net

...Music for Saxophone, Piano & Percussion è un cd tecnicamente superbo che merita di essere ascoltato (e riascoltato) per la qualità dei temi proposti. Può essere utile per iniziare un viaggio nel mondo musicale ellenico. Per chi già conosce Stathis Mavrommatis, Christina Panteli, Dimitris Desyllas e gli autori dei brani, è la conferma delle loro capacità esecutive e compositive. La Grecia e l'Italia sono legate da rapporti culturali e storici millenari (la Magna Grecia - la parte meridionale della penisola italiana - e la Sicilia in particolare). L'ascolto dei brani proposti è un ritorno a sonorità che sentiremo subito familiari e ci condurranno in una nuova dimensione: tra storia, memoria, mitologia e modernità.