Zoe Zeniodi, Artistic Director of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall in Greece, recently conducted the Bogota Philharmonic in concerts with Stephen Hough and Lise de la Salle (IV International Classical Music Festival of Bogota). She had her Carnegie Hall debut in 2017 and is the first woman to conduct at Opera Southwest (I pagliacci, 2017). She has been a Fellow of the Hart Institute of Women Conductors at The Dallas Opera since 2016 where she has taken part in concerts and workshops with The Dallas Opera, San Francisco Opera, and Julliard School of Music. She is the Principal Conductor of the Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra, the Principal Guest Conductor for “Asia-Europe” New Music Festival in Hanoi, Vietnam, and the Artistic Advisor of the Festival of the Aegean and Artistic Director of “Consonances” annual music series for the Onassis Foundation Scholars’ Association. Current projects for the 2019-2020 season include The Merry Widow with the Athens Symphony Orchestra and a concert with the Missoula Symphony.
Zoe has conducted opera and ballet productions at Florida Grand Opera, Opera Southwest, Greek National Opera, Onassis Cultural Center, Festival of the Aegean, and the University of Miami. In concert and recording, she has conducted the Bogota Philharmonic, Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Star Symphony Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic, South Czech Philharmonic, Orchestra Classica Toscana, New England Symphonic Ensemble, Palm Beach Symphony, New Florida Philharmonic, St. Hugh Symphony Orchestra, Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Greek Radio Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Athens, Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra, ARTefacts Ensemble, Ensemble 21, JONDE, Youth Orchestra of Colombia, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, and Florida Youth Orchestra, among others.