If she lived in another era, she would certainly be one of the goddess Artemis nymphs, since when you listen her play, you become ecstatic…
Her music goes through your body and explodes your senses soaring..
We are speaking, of course, about Zoe Tiganouria, the Greek composer and accordion soloist.
Born and raised in the distant Island of Samothrace in a family of Traditional musicians, she has worked as a composer and accordion soloist with all the famous singers in the Greek discography, but also with international artists (such as James Brown, o Al Di-Meola, Ömer Faruk Tekbilek, Goran Bregović, Chico Freeman, and others).
She is the owner of the music production company “Zoe Music Ltd.” and she is selected by the european project “100 Mirrors” among the 100 women entrepreneurs from several European countries, who serve as models for other women wishing to start their own businesses or strengthening their creative and entrepreneurial skills.
Zoe has received a honorary distinction by the international accordion “giants” at the Ikaalinen Accordion Festival in Finland, has participated in the Frankfurt Music Fair, has been awarded with the Medal of Honor of UNESCO by the Historical Museum of Alexandroupolis for her contribution to the cultural heritage of Evros Prefecture, she is entitled as the “Face of Arsinoe” and her compositions were used as the background music in the video projections of the “Giuseppe Sciacca” International Awards in the Vatican.
– With eighteen (18) Personal albums from 2006 until today,
– Books with sheet music + CD for transcription & play-along,
– More than two hundred compositions in the Greek discography,
– Compositions & cover versions in international compilations
– Hundreds of recordings,
– Orchestral compositions,
– Soundtracks for documentaries and television series,
Zoe Tiganouria represents Greece abroad, by participating in festivals and giving numerous concerts.
Also known as ”Zoe”, she is an artist who is not limited by geographical boundaries, and as she says:
“Music is a Universe full of senses …”