At a Glance

Highlights

  • IV International Classical Music Festival Bogota, Concerts with Stephen Hough (Bogota Philharmonic) and Lise de la Salle (FFJ)
  • Carnegie Hall Debut with the New England Symphonic Ensemble
  • Fellow of The Hart Institute of Women Conductors, Dallas Opera
  • First woman to ever conduct at Opera Southwest (I Pagliacci, 2017)
  • Principal Guest Conductor of the “Asia-Europe” New Music Festival (Russia, Vietnam)
  • Rosemary Bugden Junior Fellow, Royal College of Music
  • President of the Onassis Foundation Scholars Association

Highlights

  • IV International Classical Music Festival Bogota, Concerts with Stephen Hough (Bogota Philharmonic) and Lise de la Salle (FFJ)
  • Carnegie Hall Debut with the New England Symphonic Ensemble
  • Fellow of The Hart Institute of Women Conductors, Dallas Opera
  • First woman to ever conduct at Opera Southwest (I Pagliacci, 2017)
  • Principal Guest Conductor of the “Asia-Europe” New Music Festival (Russia, Vietnam)
  • Rosemary Bugden Junior Fellow, Royal College of Music
  • President of the Onassis Foundation Scholars Association

Career

  • Music Director of Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra (2017-)
  • Artistic and Music Director of Broward Symphony Orchestra (2010-2016)
  • Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of Alhambra Orchestra (2013-2015)
  • Chief Conductor of MOYSA (2015)
  • Florida Grand Opera Cover Conductor (2013-2015)
  • Associate Music Director of Festival of the Aegean (2014-2015)
  • Associate Conductor of the Frost Symphony Orchestra (2007-2011)

Career

  • Music Director of Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra (2017-)
  • Artistic and Music Director of Broward Symphony Orchestra (2010-2016)
  • Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of Alhambra Orchestra (2013-2015)
  • Chief Conductor of MOYSA (2015)
  • Florida Grand Opera Cover Conductor (2013-2015)
  • Associate Music Director of Festival of the Aegean (2014-2015)
  • Associate Conductor of the Frost Symphony Orchestra (2007-2011)

Recordings

  • Thomas Sleeper: “Translucence” - Brno Philharmonic (Albany Records)
  • Frank Ticheli: “An American Dream” - FSO (Albany Records)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “XENIA” - Frost Symphony Orchestra (Albany Records)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “Through a Glass Darkly” - 21st Ensemble (Uroboros Music)
  • Artefacts Ensemble” Thiva 102km” (Puzzlemusik)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “Vocal Music” (Uroboros Music)

Recordings

  • Thomas Sleeper: “Translucence” - Brno Philharmonic (Albany Records)
  • Frank Ticheli: “An American Dream” - FSO (Albany Records)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “XENIA” - Frost Symphony Orchestra (Albany Records)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “Through a Glass Darkly” - 21st Ensemble (Uroboros Music)
  • Artefacts Ensemble” Thiva 102km” (Puzzlemusik)
  • Thomas Sleeper: “Vocal Music” (Uroboros Music)

Performances & Collaborations

  • The Dallas Opera, San Francisco Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Southwest, National Greek Opera
  • Carnegie Hall, Onassis Cultural Center, Festival of the Aegean, St Martin in the Fields, Purcell Room, Montpellier Festival, Alte Oper Frankfurt
  • Bogota Philharmonic, Brno Philharmonic, South Czech Philharmonic,Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, New England Symphonic Ensemble, Frost Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonic Orchestra of Florida, Pan-European Philharmonia, Palm Beach Symphony, Broward Symphony Orchestra, Alhambra Orchestra, Tokyo Star Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Toscana Classica, Montclair State University Orchestra, Sheffield Philharmonic, National Radio Symphony Orchestra of Greece, Camerata Athens,Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, City of Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra
  • Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra, Youth Philharmonic of Bogota (FFJ), Florida Youth Orchestra, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE)
  • ARTéfacts Ensemble, 21st Ensemble, International Chamber Group Hanoi

Performances & Collaborations

  • The Dallas Opera, San Francisco Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Southwest, National Greek Opera
  • Carnegie Hall, Onassis Cultural Center, Festival of the Aegean, St Martin in the Fields, Purcell Room, Montpellier Festival, Alte Oper Frankfurt
  • Bogota Philharmonic, Brno Philharmonic, South Czech Philharmonic,Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, New England Symphonic Ensemble, Frost Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonic Orchestra of Florida, Pan-European Philharmonia, Palm Beach Symphony, Broward Symphony Orchestra, Alhambra Orchestra, Tokyo Star Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Toscana Classica, Montclair State University Orchestra, Sheffield Philharmonic, National Radio Symphony Orchestra of Greece, Camerata Athens,Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, City of Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra
  • Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra, Youth Philharmonic of Bogota (FFJ), Florida Youth Orchestra, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE)
  • ARTéfacts Ensemble, 21st Ensemble, International Chamber Group Hanoi

Critical Acclaim

  • Conductor Zoe Zeniodi and 21st Ensemble, the work’s other dedicatees, provide shimmering accompaniment.
    Opera News, Joshua Rosenblum
  • The night culminated in an unexpectedly thrilling performance of Tchaikovsky's 5th free from any sense of routine. The ingenious Greek maestro dealt with this fully developed, romantic symphonic work by making the utmost of her musicians' youthful alacrity and focused presence.
    Kathimerini, Nikos Dontas
  • Taking on, Zeniodi saw to it that there was grandeur in the music. Behind the fire and tension one could clearly detect her reasoning.
    Efimerida ton Syntakton, Giannis Svolos
  • Soloist and orchestra won a long standing ovation of abundant shouts of “Bravo”. Without doubt, one of the most brilliant ends to the current season.
    El Nuevo Herald, Daniel Fernandez
  • Zoe Zeniodi conducts a fleet, dramatically intense performance.
    South Florida Classical Review, Lawrence Budmen
  • The equally confident FSO is expertly handled by Zoe Zeniodi, You can confidently expect to see her climbing up the ladder very shortly.
    The Classical Review, Martin Anderson
  • Zeniodi drew some of the best playing the orchestra has ever produced. Ensemble playing was knife-edge precise.
    South Florida Classical Review, David Fleshler
  • Zeniodi drew darkly reverberant tones from the responsive string section, allowing Barber’s melody to soar without heavy handed exaggeration.
    South Florida Classical Review, Laurence Budmen
  • Zoe Zeniodi showed impressive podium authority and control.
    South Florida Classical Review, Lawrence A. Johnson
  • The concert shoed what satisfying performances can come from an orchestra with the right people on the podium.
    South Florida Classical Review, David Fleshler
  • A standing ovation, so for the quality of the music as for the impeccable execution of Zoe Zeniodi and the Frost Symphony Orchestra.
    El Nuevo Herald, Daniel Fernandez

Critical Acclaim

  • Conductor Zoe Zeniodi and 21st Ensemble, the work’s other dedicatees, provide shimmering accompaniment.
    Opera News, Joshua Rosenblum
  • The night culminated in an unexpectedly thrilling performance of Tchaikovsky's 5th free from any sense of routine. The ingenious Greek maestro dealt with this fully developed, romantic symphonic work by making the utmost of her musicians' youthful alacrity and focused presence.
    Kathimerini, Nikos Dontas
  • Taking on, Zeniodi saw to it that there was grandeur in the music. Behind the fire and tension one could clearly detect her reasoning.
    Efimerida ton Syntakton, Giannis Svolos
  • Soloist and orchestra won a long standing ovation of abundant shouts of “Bravo”. Without doubt, one of the most brilliant ends to the current season.
    El Nuevo Herald, Daniel Fernandez
  • Zoe Zeniodi conducts a fleet, dramatically intense performance.
    South Florida Classical Review, Lawrence Budmen
  • The equally confident FSO is expertly handled by Zoe Zeniodi, You can confidently expect to see her climbing up the ladder very shortly.
    The Classical Review, Martin Anderson
  • Zeniodi drew some of the best playing the orchestra has ever produced. Ensemble playing was knife-edge precise.
    South Florida Classical Review, David Fleshler
  • Zeniodi drew darkly reverberant tones from the responsive string section, allowing Barber’s melody to soar without heavy handed exaggeration.
    South Florida Classical Review, Laurence Budmen
  • Zoe Zeniodi showed impressive podium authority and control.
    South Florida Classical Review, Lawrence A. Johnson
  • The concert shoed what satisfying performances can come from an orchestra with the right people on the podium.
    South Florida Classical Review, David Fleshler
  • A standing ovation, so for the quality of the music as for the impeccable execution of Zoe Zeniodi and the Frost Symphony Orchestra.
    El Nuevo Herald, Daniel Fernandez

Education

  • Doctorate of Musical Arts (Orchestral Conducting) - University of Miami
  • Artist Diploma in Orchestral Conducting - University of Miami
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Song Accompaniment - Mozarteum, Salzburg
  • Master of Music - Royal College of Music
  • Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Accompaniment - RCM
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Piano Solo/Chamber Music - RCM
  • Bachelor of Music (Hons) - Royal College of Music

Education

  • Doctorate of Musical Arts (Orchestral Conducting) - University of Miami
  • Artist Diploma in Orchestral Conducting - University of Miami
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Song Accompaniment - Mozarteum, Salzburg
  • Master of Music - Royal College of Music
  • Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Accompaniment - RCM
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Piano Solo/Chamber Music - RCM
  • Bachelor of Music (Hons) - Royal College of Music