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					Paraschos Paraschoudis
605 Fifth str Apt. B, 43402, Bowling Green, Ohio
Tel: (419) 419-8544
Email: paris.paraschoudis@gmail.com

Bowling Green, January 2008


                                 Curriculum Vitae

Paraschos Paraschoudis
Date of Birth: October 08 1980


Music Education
Diplomas:

1. Sychrono Conservatory of Thessaloniki (Synchrono Odeio):
       Violin Diploma with the overall grade “Excellent” (or A) (July 2003)

Postgraduate Studies:

1. Hochschule fuer Musik (Music Academy) of Nuremberg (Germany):
       Diploma (Bachelor) in Violin Paedagogy “Paedagogische Ausbildung im Fach:
       Violine” – with the overall grade of “2,7“ (or B)
       July 2003
2. Hochschule fuer Musik (Music Academy) of Nuremberg (Germany):
       Diploma (Bachelor) in Violin Performance “Kunstlerische Ausbindung im Fach
       Violine” – with the overall grade of “1.7” (or A)
3. Bowling Green State University – College of Musical Arts (United States):
       Masters in Violin Performance
       (GPA: 3.82)

Linguistic Proficiency:

       Sufficient knowledge of English and German
               - First Certificate in English of the University of Cambridge
               - Recent TOEFL score: 240 (computer-based test) (12/2004)

Teaching Experience:

       Participation on Pedagogy and Instrumental teaching in Nuremberg 2002-2003
       Teaching experience (private students) Nuremberg 2000-2003.




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Essays:

       “The tradition of the Greek Folk Songs and their relationship to the Byzantine
       Music” (Die Tradition des griechischen Volkslieds und sein Verhaeltnis zur
       Byzantinischer Musik – Diploma Thesis at the Music Academy of Nuremberg
       2003)

Seminars:

       Dimitrios Papadimitriou, (Kavala International Summer Courses, August 1993)
       Zlatka Zlateva, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, August 1994)
       Leonidas Kavakos, (Modern Conservatory of Thessaloniki, April 1995)
       Angel Stankov, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, February 1997)
       Stelios Kafandaris, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, July 1997)
       Ara Malikian, (Modern Conservatory of Thessaloniki, February 1999 & Vertiskos
       International Summer Courses August 2000)
       Isabel Vila, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, August 2000)
       Pedro Cortinas, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, August 2001)
       Martin Kos, (Vertiskos International Summer Courses, August 2001)
       Marianne Petersen, (Music Academy Nuremberg, November 2002)
       Spyros Gikontis, (Intemational Music Days, Schleswig Holstein, Brache, 2004)
       Vasile Beluska, (Ionian Summer Academy, Corfu/Greece, 2005 & 2006)
       Csaba Erdelyi, (Ionian Summer Academy, Corfu/Greece, 2005 & 2006)


Distinctions:

       1st Prize at the Panhellenic Competition for Music Schools in Classical Orchestra,
       1998 in Athens

       1st Prize at the Panhellenic Competition for Music Schools in Traditional
       Ensembles, 1998 in Athens

       3rd Prize at the Panhellinic Competition for Oud, 1998 in Athens

       1st Prize at the Music High School, Day of free participations in Orchestration and
       vocals (1995-1996)

       Laudation from the Cultural association “Thracian Hestia of Thessaloniki, for his
       participation and his excellent appearance in the festival “Eleftheria of Thrace
       ‘98” (May 1998)




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      Laudation from the School Festivals ’96, for his participation in the School
      Festival of 1996, Organization for the cultural capital of Europe,
      (Thessaloniki1997)


Artistic Appearances:

      Several solo and orchestra appearances in Greece (Thessaloniki,Kavala, Athens
      etc).

      As a soloist with the Tuttlinger Chamber Orchestra:
      performances in Germany (Tuttlingen).

      As a member of the Chamber Orchestra of Tuebigen:

      performances in Germany (Stadtlohn, Bad Wimpfen, Bebenhausen, Tuebingen),
      Luxembourg (Maarnach), Korea (Seoul, Busan, Changwon, Jeju Island, Daegu),
      Thailand (Bangkok), Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia

      As a member of the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Music School Tuebingen:
      performances in Germany (Tuebingen, Karlsruhe, Hannover), Austria (Stubaital),
      Italy (Sassuolo, Mirandola, Concordia).

      As a member of the “Trio Bros”:
      performances in Germany (Nuremberg, Augsburg, Solingen),
      Belgium (Brussels-Live Concert for the Television).

      As a member of the “Thamiris Ensemble”:
      performances in Greece (Thessaloniki, Thasos, etc.), in Scotland (Edinburgh).

      As member of the Graduate String Quartet (BGSU) performances in Ohio and
      Kansas.

      As member of BGSU Philharmonia. Appearences in Bowling Green State
      University, Bowling Green, Ohio (USA)

      Several appearances as member of several symphony orchestra Southern Great
      Lakes Symphony (SGLS) in the Ohio and Michigan area (USA)



Orchestra and Ensemble Experience:


      Assistant principal second violinist by the professional Chamber Orchestra of
      Tuebingen (2001-2005)



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      Principal second violinist by the Bowling Green Philharmonia orchestra
      (Academic Year 2006-2007)

      Violinist of the Graduate Sting Quartet of Bowling Green State University
      (Academic Year 2006-2007)

      First Violin by the Chamber Orchestra “Academia Santa-Katharina” (1999-2005)

      First & second violin by the Symphony Orchestra of the Music Academy
      Nuremberg (1999-2005)

      First violin by the Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Music School Tuebingen
      (2001-2005)

      Oud player by the “Thamiris Ensemble” (1997-2000)

      Permanent Oud player by the “Trio Bros” (2003-2005)

      Oud player by the “Drama Ensemble” (2003-2005)



Recordings:


      1) With the Chamber Orchestra of Tuebingen: features works by Mozart, Liszt
         (Soloist: Lambis Vassiliadis, Conductor: Gudni Emilsson), Bartok and Grieg.
      (Aardvark USA, 2001)

      2) With the Music Ensemble of the Elementary School of Asvestochori: “5 ora
         odiki”, (Parent-Teacher Association at the Elementary School of Asvestochori
         Greece, 1996)

      3) With the Music Ensemble of the Elementary School of Asvestochori: “Sti
         hora ton gramaton”, (Parent-Teacher Association at the Elementary School of
         Asvestochori Greece, 1997)

      4) With the Modern Ensemble of the Music High-School of Thessaloniki:
         “Lilipupoli” (Children’s songs and stories), (Music High-School of
         Thessaloniki Greece, 1998)

      5) With the Chamber Orchestra “Academia Santa-Katharina”, Recording for the
         national Radio in Germany, Carl Stamitz- Symphony Concertante, Mozart-
         Symphony Concertante KV 104, Jano Takâcs- Suite Alt-Ungarischer Tanz,
         (“Bayerische Rundfunk”, December 2001)



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6) With the Chamber Orchestra “Academia Santa-Katharina”, Recording for the
   national Radio in Germany, Boris Blacher- Divertimento for String Orchestra,
   George Dyson- Concerto Da Camaria, (“Bayerische Rundfunk”, February
   2002)

7) With the Chamber Orchestra “Academia Santa-Katharina”, Recording for the
   national Radio in Germany, Bottesini- Grand Duo for Contrabass and Violin
   Soloists: Contrabass:Marc Dorin, Violin:Hans-Peter Hofmann, John Ireland-
   A Downland Suite (“Bayerische Rundfunk”, February 2003)

8) With Bowling Green “Philharmonia” Orchestra, Recording as part of the 2005
   New Music Festival at BGSU. Soloist: Piano:Dr. Laura Melton, Conductor:
   Dr. Emily Freeman Brown, Concerto by Samuel Adler and Steven Bryants’
   composition for symphony orchestra

9) With Bowling Green “Philharmonia” Orchestra, Recording as part of the 2006
   New Music Festival at BGSU. Soloist: Dr Roger Schupp. Conductor: Dr.
   Emily Freeman Brown, Concerto for Timpani and Orchestra by Daugherty
   and “Variations without a theme” by Avner Dorman.




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