Using my favorite instrument as a scale for eastern and western music world.
"Music is a kind of language that every human can conquer, as long as there is a desire for learning."
Charis Tsalpara was born in Athens, Greece. She has studied classical piano, classical music Theory, Harmony and Countepoint. She has also a degree from the NKUA, Faculty of Music Studies.She firstly got involved with traditional music and rebetiko in 2007 as a singer, and some years later (2013) started playing accordion. She is a professional musician since 2011, and works with many different projects and people, in taverns, bars, theatres, concerts, and many other events.
This gave her the opportunity to receive evidential experience and knowledge on the field of greek popular and traditional music. Also, since 2013, internally fermenting all these melodies of our music, she started studying and experimenting on the piano, in order to use her favorite instrument as a scale for eastern and western music world . This quest continues until today, and probably will never end...the name of this project is PianOLAterna!