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Vassilis Digos

Vassilis Digos was born in Athens, and started his first guitar lessonsaged 11 - heavily influenced by his family, which contains several professionalmusicians. His father, Tasos Digos, is a professional Conservatory guitarteacher) and has been Vassilis’ teacher and mentor as well. Vassilis studiedand got his classical guitar diploma (graduated) by his side.

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Having graduated with a classical guitar diploma, Vassilis continued with his studies with a scholarship from the Conservatory of Athens. Together with Professor Costas Cotsiolis, he completed his Master studies as a guitar soloist. Concurrently, Vassilis is a student at The National Kapodistrian University in Athens, studying in the Department of Music.

Vassilis has attended Master classes with famous, professional guitar teachers such as: Sergio Assad, Oscar Ghiglia, Lario Domeniconi, Hubert Kappel, Carlo Marchione, Dejan Ivanovich, Marco Socias, Zoran Dukic, Vladimir Gorbach, and Harold Gretton. He has mainly studied Baroque Music, and has won prizes for his performances of great composers from that Era.

Away from university and studying, Vassilis has entered and won a plethora of domestic and international competitions – 21 in total, with four prizes won for his performance abilities. Eight of his prizes have been won in international competitions, the last of which was first prize as a soloist at the ‘Andres Segovia’ International Competition in Germany.

As well as performing pieces for guitar, Vassilis also composes and arranges his own music as part of his performances.

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Work
Semi final piece 1: Diferencias Sobre ''Guardame las Vacas'', composed by Luys de Narvaez. Semi final piece 2: Danza del Altiplano, composed by: L. Brouwer. Semi final piece 3: Sonata-Joaquin Turina 2nd and 3rd movement, composed by: Joaquin Turina. Final piece: Concerto in Re - M.C. Tedesco, composed by: M.C. Tedesco.
Performed by
Vassilis Digos
Broadcaster
NERIT

Repertoire

Work
Semi final piece 1: Diferencias Sobre ''Guardame las Vacas'', composed by Luys de Narvaez. Semi final piece 2: Danza del Altiplano, composed by: L. Brouwer. Semi final piece 3: Sonata-Joaquin Turina 2nd and 3rd movement, composed by: Joaquin Turina. Final piece: Concerto in Re - M.C. Tedesco, composed by: M.C. Tedesco.
Performed by
Vassilis Digos
Broadcaster
NERIT

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Vassilis Digos was born in Athens, and started his first guitar lessonsaged 11 - heavily influenced by his family, which contains several professionalmusicians. His father, Tasos Digos, is a professional Conservatory guitarteacher) and has been Vassilis’ teacher and mentor as well. Vassilis studiedand got his classical guitar diploma (graduated) by his side.

Performance video

Preview video

Having graduated with a classical guitar diploma, Vassilis continued with his studies with a scholarship from the Conservatory of Athens. Together with Professor Costas Cotsiolis, he completed his Master studies as a guitar soloist. Concurrently, Vassilis is a student at The National Kapodistrian University in Athens, studying in the Department of Music.

Vassilis has attended Master classes with famous, professional guitar teachers such as: Sergio Assad, Oscar Ghiglia, Lario Domeniconi, Hubert Kappel, Carlo Marchione, Dejan Ivanovich, Marco Socias, Zoran Dukic, Vladimir Gorbach, and Harold Gretton. He has mainly studied Baroque Music, and has won prizes for his performances of great composers from that Era.

Away from university and studying, Vassilis has entered and won a plethora of domestic and international competitions – 21 in total, with four prizes won for his performance abilities. Eight of his prizes have been won in international competitions, the last of which was first prize as a soloist at the ‘Andres Segovia’ International Competition in Germany.

As well as performing pieces for guitar, Vassilis also composes and arranges his own music as part of his performances.

Repertoire

Work
Semi final piece 1: Diferencias Sobre ''Guardame las Vacas'', composed by Luys de Narvaez. Semi final piece 2: Danza del Altiplano, composed by: L. Brouwer. Semi final piece 3: Sonata-Joaquin Turina 2nd and 3rd movement, composed by: Joaquin Turina. Final piece: Concerto in Re - M.C. Tedesco, composed by: M.C. Tedesco.
Performed by
Vassilis Digos
Broadcaster
NERIT

Artist accounts

This artist doesn't have any official channels

Vassilis Digos was born in Athens, and started his first guitar lessonsaged 11 - heavily influenced by his family, which contains several professionalmusicians. His father, Tasos Digos, is a professional Conservatory guitarteacher) and has been Vassilis’ teacher and mentor as well. Vassilis studiedand got his classical guitar diploma (graduated) by his side.

Performance video

Preview video

Having graduated with a classical guitar diploma, Vassilis continued with his studies with a scholarship from the Conservatory of Athens. Together with Professor Costas Cotsiolis, he completed his Master studies as a guitar soloist. Concurrently, Vassilis is a student at The National Kapodistrian University in Athens, studying in the Department of Music.

Vassilis has attended Master classes with famous, professional guitar teachers such as: Sergio Assad, Oscar Ghiglia, Lario Domeniconi, Hubert Kappel, Carlo Marchione, Dejan Ivanovich, Marco Socias, Zoran Dukic, Vladimir Gorbach, and Harold Gretton. He has mainly studied Baroque Music, and has won prizes for his performances of great composers from that Era.

Away from university and studying, Vassilis has entered and won a plethora of domestic and international competitions – 21 in total, with four prizes won for his performance abilities. Eight of his prizes have been won in international competitions, the last of which was first prize as a soloist at the ‘Andres Segovia’ International Competition in Germany.

As well as performing pieces for guitar, Vassilis also composes and arranges his own music as part of his performances.

Participation