Aphrodite Mitsopoulou

Teacher / Accompanist / Performer

Aphrodite Mitsopoulou was born in Greece and started her musical studies at the National Conservatory of Athens, where she obtained her first degree in 2003. In 2006, she was awarded her Soloist’s Diploma from the Conservatory of Art and Technology. In 2009, she earned her Master’s Degree from the Boston Conservatory, where she studied on a partial scholarship. Ms. Mitsopoulou has received additional training at seminars worldwide, including the well-known seminar at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg. Other notable teachers include Valery Sagaidatshny, Janice Weber, and Dimitris Toufexis.

Since 2003, she has been the recipient of several awards and honors, including first prize in the “Golden Muse” competition for her interpretation of Greek and Contemporary Music. Ms. Mitsopoulou’s performance experience includes recitals in Greece and Boston, where she has continued to develop her interest in the music of contemporary Greek composers.

Highly trained as an educator, Ms. Mitsopoulou has worked as a faculty- selected tutor while at The Boston Conservatory. Before she arrived in Boston, she taught students of all ages in Greece from 2001 to 2007. She is a member of the New England Piano Teacher’s Association and the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society.

Ms. Mitsopoulou currently maintains an active teaching schedule in Falls Church, Virginia, where she is based at Studio Horowitz.