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Kimon Karoutzos

Kimon Karoutzos is a bassist, composer and educator from Athens, Greece. After studying and performing in Athens, he lived in Amsterdam, the Netherlands between 2015 and 2018, where he completed his Bachelorʼs Degree in Jazz Bass Performance at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and, performed jazz artists such as Eric Ineke and Joe Cohn. In 2018, he moved to New York to pursue his Masterʼs Degree In Jazz Bass Performance at the Manhattan School Of Music, as a student of Sir Ron Carter. Kimon Karoutzos has performed with jazz artists such as Cyrus Chestnut, Arturo OʼFarrill, Wycliffe Gordon, Dick Oatts, Ethan Iverson, Roy Meriwether, Gregory Hutchinson, Phillip Harper and Logan Richardson among others. In 2017, he received the “Best Soloist Award” at the Keep An Eye Intern’tional Jazz Competition in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Additionally, he has taught music at the Mott Hall Public School in New York, and, has given masterclasses at institutions such as the Murcia Conservatory and the Ionian University.

Awards

"Best Soloist Award" at "Keep An Eye International Jazz Award" 2017


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Albums

Long Way Home

ΠΚ music
2022

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33

Self Produced
2021

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Caravan

Self Produced
2021

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Game for two-single...

Irini Konstantinidi
2021

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Smile - Single song

Irini Konstantinidi
2021

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Nothing to Lose

Irini Konstantinidi
2021

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Ulysses Journey

From: Long Way Home
By Kimon Karoutzos

Nothing to Lose

From: Nothing to Lose
By Kimon Karoutzos

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