Vicky Stylianou

She was born in Athens and started piano lessons at the age of five. At the age of ten she won the first prize in the Panhellenic piano competition in memory of Kaitis Papaioannou. She received her diploma from the Athens Conservatory with Honors and First Prize. With a scholarship from the French government, she studied in Paris (Ecole Normale). She also studied at the Basel Music Academy, where she received a soloist diploma. She has given many recitals and chamber music concerts in Greece and abroad in England, France, Italy (Festival Spoleto, Florentine May), Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Albania, Turkey, Romania, Cyprus, USA, etc.) As a soloist she has appeared with many Greek and foreign orchestras.

She has made recordings for radio and television, and has participated in Greek and international festivals. Her repertoire includes works from baroque to contemporary music. She has presented many works in the first pan-Hellenic and world performance and has collaborated with personalities such as George Crumb, Sir Neville Marriner, Gunther Schuller and Hans Werner Henze. She has participated in the recording of many discs with Greek works.

She has been a member of the Orchestra of Colors since its inception. She is a member of the Hellenic Contemporary Music Group and the Athens Trio. She collaborates with the Athens Concert Hall, the National Opera and other cultural institutions. She taught at the Athens Conservatory and the Hellenic Conservatory.

​She studied advanced theory (fugue degree). Her arrangements and orchestrations have been performed by orchestras and chamber ensembles in Greece and abroad.