Reviews

25/03/2019

Thomas Sleeper: Works for solo piano

Zoe Zeniodi was the fearless, musically sensitive piano soloist. Whether playing at lightning speed, or softly creating impressionistic effects, Zeniodi
25/03/2019

Shostakovich: Ballet Suite no. 1 – FSO

‘The audience received this work (Shostakovich: Ballet Suite No.1) with a standing ovation, so for the quality of the music
25/03/2019

Frank Ticheli: An American Dream

‘…the equally confident FSO is expertly handled by Zoe Zeniodi, who a mere eight years back was a Junior Fellow
25/03/2019

Barber: Adagio – FSO

‘Associate conductor Zoe Zeniodi led a deliberate and highly effective performance of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings. Stressing the familiar
25/03/2019

Stravinsky: Pulcinella – FSO

‘Stravinsky’s suite from the 1920 ballet Pulcinella opened the concert, conducted by Zoe Zeniodi, the university’s first candidate for a
25/03/2019

Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade – FSO

‘Zeniodi’s conductorial skills came more fully to the fore in Rimsky-Korsakov’s gorgeous symphonic suite Scheherazade. Here in all its technicolor
25/03/2019

Thomas Sleeper: Works for solo piano

Sleeper’s writing demands flawless technical acumen and Zeniodi swirled through its intricacies with aplomb and flair. Nasopoulou’s delicate writing gave
25/03/2019

Thomas Sleeper: Works for solo piano

Among the early scores, the second movement Gretchen (after the heroine of Goethe’s Faust) from his Concerto for Piano and
25/03/2019

Greek National Radio Orchestra

‘On the podium Zoe Zeniodi appears certain of herself, precise in her movements. Her inspiring energy is breathtaking. She sets
25/03/2019

Recital with Jonathan Lemalu

“The most important surprise of the evening was the young pianist Zoe Zeniodi. She is a young, talented Greek pianist
25/03/2019

Liederabend in Kiel, Germany

“…so that from the accompanist’s role, takes the lead role. Despite her youth,with sense of proportion, acts like the icing
25/03/2019

Liederabend in Gottingen, Germany

“Zeniodi plays with sensitivity and gives to the songs a calm, colorful expression…and while Zeniodi in Debussy’s ‘Chansons de