Classical, Finger Style, Flamenco, Spanish style, Latin
Konstantina started to learn the guitar at 9 years old, where she had lessons from internationally renowned classical guitarists, like Gerhard Reichenbach and Kostas Kotsiolis, at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki (Greece).
She was awarded the 2nd prize at Veria Guitar Festival in 2005 and has been awarded the Lord Snowden and Blanch L. Leigh performance bursaries by the University of Leeds in 2017 and 2018. She graduated from the Conservatory of Northern Greece in 2015 with a degree in Harmony and Counterpoint and she received a BA (Hons) in Music from the University of Leeds in 2018.
Konstantina has over 5 years of teaching experience in both individual and group tuition and has been teaching students of different ages and levels. She has also prepared students for various levels of graded exams as well as helping them gain entry in to different music colleges. As a performer, she has performed solo in different venues (Wakefield Cathedral, Adel Methodist Church, Clothworkers Centenary Concert Hall, Leeds Library, Brudenell Social Club) and has participated in various ensemble projects (such as guitar duets, guitar and clarinet, guitar and voice).
She is mostly interested in romantic, contemporary, Spanish and Latin American repertoire while studying flamenco guitar with Samuel Moore and classical guitar with Robin Hill. Finally, she is currently doing a MA course on Performance at the University of Leeds.