Things Musicians Don't Talk About

Episode 13- Maria Nikitidou (classical music vs low incomes part 3)

October 25, 2020
Things Musicians Don't Talk About
Episode 13- Maria Nikitidou (classical music vs low incomes part 3)
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Things Musicians Don't Talk About
Episode 13- Maria Nikitidou (classical music vs low incomes part 3)
Oct 25, 2020

In this final episode I interview Maria! Maria Nikitidou is a Greek pianist and music educator who believes that music is for everyone and can change an individual's life as well as society as a whole. 
Maria is a classically trained soloist, accompanist and chamber musician; interested in classical as well as contemporary music. 
With a strong background in education, Maria holds a Master's of Arts focused on Piano Performance and Music Education from Trinity Laban Conservatoire as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Education (Aristotle University) and QTS for Employment in primary schools in the UK. 
Maria is currently working as a curriculum music teacher and as a piano tutor. She enjoys travelling to study music education approaches in different countries and is also a Kodaly enthusiast. 
Gaining a long working experience with students with SEND, has motivated Maria to initiate projects such as “Piano and Dyslexia”.

Show Notes

In this final episode I interview Maria! Maria Nikitidou is a Greek pianist and music educator who believes that music is for everyone and can change an individual's life as well as society as a whole. 
Maria is a classically trained soloist, accompanist and chamber musician; interested in classical as well as contemporary music. 
With a strong background in education, Maria holds a Master's of Arts focused on Piano Performance and Music Education from Trinity Laban Conservatoire as well as a Bachelor's Degree in Education (Aristotle University) and QTS for Employment in primary schools in the UK. 
Maria is currently working as a curriculum music teacher and as a piano tutor. She enjoys travelling to study music education approaches in different countries and is also a Kodaly enthusiast. 
Gaining a long working experience with students with SEND, has motivated Maria to initiate projects such as “Piano and Dyslexia”.