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Zoe Zeniodi, hailed by the press as “Ms. Dynamite” and the “Ingenious Greek Maestro” has an international career which has led her to conduct productions at Carnegie Hall, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Santa Fe Opera, Opera Queensland, New Zealand Opera, Bremen Opera House, Opera Southwest, Florida Grand Opera, Greek National Opera, Onassis Cultural Center, and Festival of the Aegean, among others. She has guest conducted Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Bremen Philharmonic, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra, Wellington Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Colombia National Symphony Orchestra, Bogota Philharmonic, Brno Philharmonic, South Czech Philharmonic, Olympia Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Star Symphony Orchestra, Palm Beach Symphony, Orchestra Classica Toscana, New Florida Philharmonic, Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, Pan-European Philharmonic, Youth Orchestra of Colombia, Academia Jovem Concertante and all the Greek Symphony Orchestras, among others.

Zoe has been a Fellow of the Hart Institute of Women Conductors (Dallas Opera) since 2016 where she has taken part in concerts and workshops with The Dallas Opera, San Francisco Opera, and Julliard School of Music. Additionally, she is a Taki Alsop Conducting Fellowship Mentee. Zoe was a recent finalist in the prestigious La Maestra Competition with the Philharmonie de Paris where she was chosen by the jury as one of the six women worldwide to be members of La Maestra Academy with engagements and professional support from 2022-2024. [read more...]


"... one of the best conductors of the season so far..." – Criticos Musicales

Kancheli, Symphony No. 4 – " A beautiful and expressive work revealing exquisite musicality that the conductor, it is noted, feels a special predilection and the Orchestra managed to greatly excite the audience. . . A memorable evening from both Gluzman and the Orquesta Filarmónica de Buenos Aires, and of course, without falling into exaggerations, we were in the presence of one of the best conductors of the season so far. Zoe Zeniodi was able to infect the attention and concentration and made the audience taste a repertoire not so usual, undoubtedly, a true miracle."


"... Zeniodi's didacticism and precision highlight certain effects..." – By Battaglia News

Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor – “The orchestral direction, more discreet, is attentive and perhaps also expectant, letting the protagonism of the soloist bloom.... Zoe Zeniodi's didacticism and precision highlight certain effects that embellish this dialogue between the orchestra and the violinist. The conductor, attentive and anxious to place him in the best conditions of musical accompaniment, supports and encourages him in a nuanced and structured interweaving with the orchestra. A warm applause from a fully electrified hall comes to thank a performance that will remain marked by the stamp of contrasts and emotion, both in the alternation of the works, the different atmospheres that govern them and in the interpretation that alternates the talents of the two main protagonists, aware of their role and attentive to their respective listening.”


"... panache, determination, and sensitivity..." – Classique Mais Pas Has Been

La Maestra Paris Competition – “Zoe Zeniodi, our great favourite! . . . During La Maestra, Zoe Zeniodi won us over by conducting Louise Farrenc's Symphony with great panache, determination, and sensitivity. She is a conductor with a great sense of articulation and is very structured. She is very charismatic and knows how to communicate effectively with the orchestra and the soloists.”


"... Zeniodi tied together all of the musical threads easily..." – BachTrack

Le nozze di Figaro – “Zoe Zeniodi led a largely speedy account of the score which matched the energy and verve of the cast. . . The musical highlights were the long finales of the second and fourth acts; Zeniodi tied together all of the musical threads easily, highlighting key individual vocal and instrumental details and bringing each of these to an exciting conclusion.”


"... Zoe deserves to be called Mrs. Dynamite..." –

Schumann: Symphony no.4, Brahms: Piano Concerto no.2 –“Zoe deserves to be called Mrs. Dynamite. Her energy, her obvious ability to lead (this, in an almost military capacity that defines conductors, as well as her physicality), her mature ideas shone in both concerts that we attended."


"... dramatically intense..." – South Florida Classical Review

No Exit – “Zoe Zeniodi conducts a fleet, dramatically intense performance."


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