Alexia Eleftheriadou

Alexia Eleftheriadou

Key Facts

  • Instrument: Piano


Alexia Daphne Eleftheriadou is a Greek pianist based in London. She has appeared as a soloist in venues such as the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh, and the Greek National Opera recital hall in Athens. In May 2021 she made her debut with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra recording Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto.

Alexia has been awarded the Musicians’ Company Harriet Cohen Bach Prize, as well as 1st prize at the RCS Bach Prize for Harpsichord, Piano and Organ for the best interpretation of a J. S. Bach work. Other prizes include 1st prize at the RCS Classical Concerto Competition, 2nd prize at the Ramsay Calder Debussy Prize for Keyboard and the Philip Halstead Prize for Piano. She was also a finalist at the Edinburgh Concerto Competition Festival.

Alexia has had the privilege of receiving tuition from renowned artists such as Leif Ove Andsnes, Grigory Gruzman, Steven Osborne, Piers Lane, Artur Pizarro and Roy Howat among others.

Currently, Alexia is pursuing her Master of Music at the Royal Academy of Music, in the class of Ian Fountain. She holds a Bachelor of Music with 1st class honours from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she studied with Jonathan Plowright, Aaron Shorr and Fali Pavri. Her studies at the Academy are kindly supported by a RAM scholarship, the Munster Trust Derek Butler Award, Help Musicians, the Craxton Memorial Trust and Zetland Foundation.


Musicians’ Company Award: Harriet Cohen Bach Prize 2023

Page Updated: Aug 2023

Photo Credit: Yannis Gutmann