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George Chlitsios was born on 25 March, 1969 in Greece, is a Greek conductor and composer. At 51 years old, George Chlitsios height not available right now. We will update George Chlitsios's height soon as possible.

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George Chlitsios Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 25 March 1969
Birthday 25 March
Birthplace Greece
Nationality Greece

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Alongside his increased artistic activities, he teaches composition, violin, viola and chamber music at the Epirotic Conservatory of Ioannina, and since 2003 he is Director of the Municipal Conservatory of Preveza.


Maestro Chlitsios holds the position of permanent conductor of the Symphony Orchestra Tsakalof since 1993. He has conducted concerts and world premieres in major Greek cities (Ioannina, Athens, Kifisia, Filothei, Xanthi, Serres, Larisa, Corfu, Arta, Preveza, Igoumenitsa, Rhodes etc.) as well as in Europe (Spain, France, Germany, England, Albania, etc.) and since 1996 he is principal conductor of the Epirotiki Opera Tsakalof.


As guest conductor he has also conducted the Pro Arte Orchestra (Vienna 1991), Rotterdams Conservatorium Symphonie Orkest (Netherlands 1992), LCM Symphony Orchestra (London 1994), LCM Contemporary Ensemble (London 1995), The Athens State Philharmonic Orchestra (Athens 1997), State Ballet of Plovdiv (Ioannina 2002), New Sounds String Orchestra (Tirana 2002, Sarajevo 2005, Greece 2006), National Opera of Albania (Tirana 2004), Albanian Radiotelevision Symphony Orchestra (Tirana 2005), Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra (Bulgaria 2006), as well as other Greek and European symphonic ensembles.


Since 1990 he has taken part as violist in several chamber music ensembles, giving numerous concerts in Greece and abroad, while in 2005 he founded the “Junior Orchestra Tsakalof”, consisting of young string and wind students, aiming to initiate and to train them to symphonic music and repertoire.


The decade 1987-1996 he developed a close relation and co-operation with the ever-memorable composer Costas P. Kydoniats and amongst others with conductors Arie van Beek, Jos van der Sijde, Jac van Steen, Ed Spanjaard, William Webb, Peter Stark, Wang Jin, Manuel Palau, Stuart Dunlop, George Hadjinikos, Andreas Paridis, Gustav Meier, Kenneth Keisler (New York 1995), Zubin Mehta (London 1997) etc.


George Chlitsios (Greek: Γιώργος Χλίτσιος ; 25 March 1969 in Volos, Greece) is a Greek conductor and composer.


His repertoire includes all major symphonic works from the early baroque era to postmodern contemporary composers with expertise to the period 1830-1945. His wide repertoire is also enriched with major opera works by Mozart, Gluck, Verdi, Puccini, Bizet, Wagner etc.