Zoe Zeniodi is the Associate Conductor for the Frost Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theater. Studying with Thomas Sleeper, Zenoidi is pursuing a Doctoral Degree in Orchestral Conducting at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. Recently, Zeniodi has appeared as guest conductor with the New Philharmonic (Miami) and the National Youth Orchestra of Spain (JONDE). For the closing night of Festival Miami 2008, Lawrence Johnson of the South Florida Classical Review referred to her as a conductor with “impressive podium authority and control… “[able to draw] hushed and refined playing and brilliant vivacity…”
As soloist and accompanist, Zeniodi has been described by the international press as “an emotional, exciting and passionate pianist…” She has appeared in the National Opera House and the Athens Megaron (Greece), the Purcell Room and St. Martin in the Fields (England), the Montpelier Festival (France), the Lisinski Concert Hall (Croatia), the European Union Hall (Belgium), and the Internationales Theater (Germany) among others.
Zeniodi studied in Athens, Greece, at the Royal College of Music, London and at the Mozarteum, Salzburg. In 2003, she was named Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music in London.
Last November, Zeniodi will conduct the US premiere of Loris Margaritis’ Epic Symphony.