Dino Mastroyiannis - Concert Pianist

The famous Greek pianist DINO MASTROYIANNIS
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Dino Mastroyiannis is described as "the Music Ambassador of Greece"
Dino is the greatest interpreter of the legendary Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis
Triumph after performing "Rhapsody in blue" and two world-premieres of works dedicated to Dino
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Dino performing at the Mozart House in Vienna
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Dino with the legendary Mikis Theodorakis
At the composer's house in Athens, Greece

    Dino performing at the prestigious Bridgewater Hall
    Manchester, UK

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      MOZART-Piano Concerto No 9 KV 271 (2nd Movement)-DINO MASTROYIANNIS
      MOZART: Piano Concerto KV 271 "Jeunehomme" (2nd Movement) / Soloist: Dino Mastroyiannis / Moldova National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Mihail Agafiţa
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      THEODORAKIS: Prelude No 1 / Zorna's Dance / Finale from "Petite Suite"
      Live at the International Festival "A Tempo" (Montenegro)
      Dino meets John Psathas
      The deeply touching sudden meeting with the great Greek-New Zealander composer John Psathas:
      On June 18th 2010 on the occasion of Dino's forthcoming new CD release "Zorba's Dance-Greek music for solo Piano" by MSR Classics, in which he also recorded one of the most fantastic pieces for solo Piano by John Psathas, named "Waiting for the Aeroplane", a new precious friendship begun. The great Greek-New Zealander composer John Psathas visited Dino in his house in Volos, Greece, asking to play for him this piece. The tension and the sentiments were incredible to be described...A TV crew coming from New Zealand together with John has filmed Dino's playing in order to include extracts for a documentary about John's life and career.
      DINO MASTROYIANNIS plays SAINT-SAENS: Piano Concerto No 4
      The Catanzaro Symphony Orchestra (Italy)
      conducted by Giovanni Froio
      MIKIS THEODORAKIS: The lost Piano Concerto "Helikon"
      Live performance accomplished in Kazan - Tatarstan (Russia)
      The Kazan State Chamber Orchestra "La Primavera"
      conducted by Roustem Abyazov