Symphony No. 2 Thomas SleeperZoe Zeniodi
00:00 / 03:33
No Moon in the Sky Frank TicheliZoe Zeniodi
00:00 / 06:37
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ZOE ZENIODI

CONDUCTOR

BIOGRAPHY

Zoe Zeniodi, hailed by the press as “Ms. Dynamite” and the “Ingenious Greek Maestro” has an international career which has led her to conduct productions at Carnegie Hall, New Zealand Opera, Opera Southwest, Florida Grand Opera, Greek National Opera, Onassis Cultural Center, Festival of the Aegean, among others. She has guest conducted Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Wellington Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Bogota Philharmonic, Brno Philharmonic, South Czech Philharmonic, Tokyo Star Symphony Orchestra, Palm Beach Symphony, Orchestra Classica Toscana, New Florida Philharmonic, Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Pan-European Philharmonic, Youth Orchestra of Colombia and all the Greek Symphony Orchestras, among many others.

She has been a Fellow of the Hart Institute of Women Conductors (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. Zoe is a Taki Alsop Conducting Fellowship Mentee. Recently, she was a finalist in the prestigious La Maestra Competition in Paris where she was chosen by the jury as one of the six women worldwide to be members of La Maestra Academy with engagements and professional support for 2022-2024.

Upcoming engagements include a Music Director Finalist Residency for Olympia Symphony Orchestra, USA, Cover Conductor for the world premiere of M Butterfly for Santa Fe Opera, a double bill of Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine and D’Sotto’s The Call for Opera Queensland, Australia, as well as concerts with National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia and Medellin Orchestra, Adacemia Jovem Concertante in Brazil and Bremen Philharmonic. Recent highlights include a highly successful run of Le nozze di Figaro for New Zealand Opera, concerts with Stephen Hough and Lise de la Salle as well as being the first woman to ever conduct at Opera Southwest (I Pagliacci) with a return for RX Rodriguez’s Frida and her Carnegie Hall Debut with the New England Symphonic Ensemble.

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