Yiannis Andronoglou

Yiannis Andronoglou


‘’..Yiannis Andronoglou is an exceptional guitarist, because of his maximum contact with the audience with his deep and natural musicality, his powerful sound and his impressive and rare responsibility of facing the pieces he performs, achieving to revive them in an impressive way in his recitals.’’ Yorgos Manesis, Piano Soloist, Professor at Indianapolis University, U.S.A., Director of the Porto Heli International Festival for Arts and Culture, General Manager of EPTA-HELLAS, 24/03/09



YIANNIS ANDRONOGLOU is a Greek guitar player from Yiannitsa Pella. He began his studies in classical guitar at the Alexandrion Municipal Conservatory of Yiannitsa. He played his first recital, as well as his first collaboration as soloist with Chamber Orchestra, at the age of thirteen. He is a graduate both of Mr. Valavanis (in guitar) and Mr. Cotsiolis (soloist). He is also a graduate in the Music and Arts Sciences at the University of Macedonia and has a Master’s Degree (Magister Artium-Gitarre) from the University Mozarteum-Salzburg (Prof.
Matthias Seidel, Mag. Art. Marco Tamayo). He has taken both Greek and international guitar awards and has given numerous recitals and appearances in international festivals and associations with philharmonic orchestras in Greece and abroad, with fabulous reviews by critics.
In June 2011, he is invited soloist at the most prestigious guitar convention worldwide, the Guitar Foundation of America. His students have also won awards in Greek guitar contests and many are now working as soloists and professors.
He has been working as Artistic Director in Alexandrion Municipal Conservatory of Giannitsa since 2007. He has been a candidate Professor under the supervision of Professor Markos Tsetsos in the Music Studies department at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens since 2010.


Press release CD 2201159993

?iannis Andronoglou

Legend Classics has released the debut album “travelling” by guitarist Yiannis Andronoglou.

In this recording you will enjoy Andronoglou playing nine of his own compositions for the guitar, some of which are inspired by Greek folk melodies (zonaradikos, mantilatos, baitouska).

According to the artist “traveling is the way I interpret Greek traditional music themes and melodies with the classic guitar. It is also an expression of several personal moments. The listener is supposed to “travel” in the company of a gentle Greek breeze”.

Yiannis Andronoglou has attracted rave reviews for his performance, some of which state:
“...guitar mystagogy… a demonstration of technique and musical fervour, his performance takes you to another, more intense reality”
“...he stood out from the crowd thanks to his contact with the audience, his deep, unaffected musicality and grandiose sound but mostly, thanks to the impressive and rare seriousness with which he treats every music theme”.

Set List

1) a condenser microphone AKG c-1000
2) a SR jam 150 amplifier