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Markos Chaidemenos

Markos Chaidemenos, Is a Jazz musician who discovered his love for piano at the age of 16 (2005) and his passion for jazz piano at the age of 22. Although he earned his first bachelor at Informatics & Telecommunications in National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, he never worked at this field. After he mastered the classical piano in Athina Conservatory he completed his Jazz piano studies in 2,5 years at Athina Conservatory. Finally, he received a master degree in Jazz Performance after graduating from Ionian University of Corfu and that exact year (2016) he recorded his first album Remains (Live) at the radio show “Jazz in the City”.His inspirations growing up as a Jazz musician was mainly from the traditional jazz scene

McModal

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: McModal

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Markos Chaidemenos: McModal

Read "McModal" reviewed by Phillip Woolever

The Greek pianist Markos Chaidemenos has released a wonderfully uplifting tribute to the late McCoy Tyner with this track, in anticipation of a full-length album. The song was recorded live in Athens at The Zoo. It has a feel of focused spontaneity that dances through the ear and bears repeated listening very well, capturing ...

Remains(Live at Jazz in the City)

Label: Re-Define Productions
Released: 2019
Track listing: Goldon; Lost; Remains Intro; Remains; On the Wave; Darkest Hour;


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