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Michalis Nikoloudis

Michalis Nikoloudis

Michalis Nikoloudis


Born in Pireaus by parents that originate from the islands of Chios and Ikaria, Michalis Nikoloudis (Μιχάλης Νικολούδης) showed his flair for music from his tender years and then, through his teens he started to play electric guitar in various bands. As he grew, he decided to study music theory in order to make his way as a professional musician. Over the years he has participated in live recordings and concerts with famous Greek composers and singers in Greece and abroad. Read more on Last.fm
Born in Pireaus by parents that originate from the islands of Chios and Ikaria, Michalis Nikoloudis (Μιχάλης Νικολούδης) showed his flair for music from his tender years and then, through his teens he started to play electric guitar in various bands. As he grew, he decided to study music theory in order to make his way as a professional musician. Over the years he has participated in live recordings and concerts with famous Greek composers and singers in Greece and abroad. He can play a variety of music instruments such as the mandolin, tamboura, harpsichord, keyboards; However, the last few years he has concentrated on the mandola, an instrument that he has modified by changing the neck, strings, tuning and sound, and is considered a virtuoso. Influenced by the sounds of the West the East, he composed AEOLIA, his first album, that encloses within it the sounds and the aromas of the Mediterranean. Collaborations He has worked with a number of artists over the years, but his most recent collaborations include Ross Daly, Giorgos Maglaras, Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Arto Tuncboyaciyan, Haig Yazdjian, Yiota Vei and Dragan Dautovski. michalis@aeolia.eu www.aeolia.eu Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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