Is a pianist and composer that explores different mediums of art, therefore connecting his performance with a reflection on society through the high level of musical activity.
Vasilis Alevizos completed his studies at the Athens Conservatory, showing not only a pianistic virtuosity but also a strong motivation towards composition. After receiving his Bachelor degree in Communication and Mass Media, he has been invited to give lectures and seminars on society, communication and philosophy of arts in the University of Athens, the Athens Conservatory and King’s College in London where he teaches piano as well.
Currently based in London, where he studied Piano Performance at the Royal Academy of Music, in the class of Tessa Nicholson - distinctively graduating with a Master of Arts in Performance and an Artist Diploma in piano and composition. He has received scholarships and awards by the Royal Academy, the Athens Conservatory, the Athena Trust foundation of London, the Maris Vergoti foundation and the Onassis Foundation.
His studies are accompanied with solo and chamber music recitals, compositions and improvisations for theatre and silent films. Amongst other multimedia collaborations, he has worked closely with world-renowned composers such as Philip Glass and John Adams.