Brunilda Eugenia Malo

She started violin lessons at the age of 6. She was taught by great tutors, such as the famous soloist Tatsis Apostolides, in whose class she studied with a scholarship from the Athens Conservatorium, and from which she graduated (1997) with a unanimous "Excellent with Honours" diploma.  

She is a diplomate of the Greek National University with a degree in the Department of Music Studies. 

She teached for many years as a permanent professor of music in greek high schools. 

She is a permanent member of the Athens Symphony Orchestra since 2000 (Principal – 1st violins). She was member of the Orchestra of Colours (1995-2000) and she collaborated with the Athens State Orchestra, the National Opera Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra of ERT and many chamber music ensembles. 

She is a member of the string quartet "L'Anima" with which, among others, she has appeared at the Presidential Palace and the Maxim Mansion as a guest of the Greek Presidency and the Government. Also, with the same group, she has appeared in April 2003 at the Attalus Arcade, during the ceremony of European Union expansion, in front of 25 leaders and delegations of all EU member-states, invited by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Greek Presidency of the EU. 

She has had numerous collaborations concerning the chamber music genre, the most important being the L’ Anima string quartet, with which she has recorded a new CD (“Music for Strings” – 2011), with works by the Greek composer Savvas Zannas, which was published by Subways Music. 

She has made recordings for albums, cinema, television and radio, as well as live broadcasts on the national radio.