Stavros Gasparatos is a Greek composer and sound artist. He mainly composes music for dance, theatre and cinema, but he is also frequently working on solo projects. His music has been performed in all major Greek theaters and concert venues (including the ancient Epidaurus theatre, the Onassis Cultural Centre, the Megaron Concert Hall, etc) and also in London, Macao, Napoly, Berlin, Toronto, Sofia, Amsterdam, Paris and New York. He is a frequent collaborator of the National Greek Theatre. He has composed music for over 100 productions and is considered as one of the most important and prolific composers of the new Greek generation as well as a brilliant musician and virtuoso performer.
INDICATIVE PROJECTS/SELECTED WORKS:
2015 (upcoming): Music for the Opening Ceremony of the Onassis Cultural Foundation Center in New York.
2015: Vinyl/CD/Digital Release of “Expanded Piano” from Ad Noiseam Berlin. The album was recorded live during his performance at EMPAC, NY.
2014: Artist residency at the Experimental Media And Perfoming Arts Centre-EMPAC New York. The residency resulted in a 24-channel installation performance for an electronically prepared piano under the title “Expanded Piano”.
2013: CD/Digital Release of “Seven” from Ad Noiseam Berlin. The album was inspired from his soundtrack for the modern dance performance “Seven Deadly Sins” presented in Athens in 2011.
2010-2015: Music for major ancient Greek theatre productions, which premiered in Ancient Epidaurus Theatre and toured Greece. The shows were produced by National Greek Theatre and the International Greek Festival and have gained commercial and critical acclaim.
2009: Soundtrack music for the opening ceremony of the Acropolis Museum in Athens.
2008: CD/digital release of “Rehearsals” from Creative Space (Athens). “Rehearsals” was his first solo album mainly with music written for the theatre productions.
2013: Greek Theatrical Audience Award for his music on “Saint Joan of the Stockyards” by Bertolt Brecht. Directed by N. Mastorakis
2013: Hellenic Film Academy Award for Original Score of the Movie “My blood” by D. Karanastasis
2009: Young Artist Distinction by the union of Greek theater and music critics