Dimitris Stamatelatos

To Believe In Miracles- Part II - Dimitris Stamatelatos
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Pianist and composer

Dimitris Stamatelatos is a classically trained pianist and a modern classical and film music influenced composer.


He studied at the Royal College of Music in London, where he got his masters degree in Music and piano performance.


As a classical pianist he has received several awards in international chamber music competitions and has collaborated with all the major Greek Symphony Orchestras performing piano concertos in prestigious concert halls.


As a composer he is influenced by the minimalism of E. Satie and by screen composers like Bernard Herrmann and Ennio Morricone.


His compositions mainly consist of piano, chamber music and orchestral works, with a modern feel, resembling film music. The mood is melancholic, nostalgic, mysterious and sometimes romantic and dreamy.


Some of his works have been embodied in short films in Greece, Turkey and United Kingdom.


In 2015 he received the first prize in the Montreal Film Scoring Competition for the film: The Cage.


Dimitris has also licensed his music to Publishing Labels such as Fatcat Records and Fullwerks.


Listen to music


Contemporary Jazz Music

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Film Music

Norah's Theme

Prelude For String Orchestra no. 4- Part I

Waltz Opus 103

Prelude For String Orchestra no. 4- Part II

Lullaby no. 1

Elegy For String Orchestra

To Believe In Miracles

Miniature for Two Pianos, Trumpet And Orchestra

Valse In A Minor

Music For TV

Two Little Pieces

6 Little Pieces For The Greek Islands


Untitled 3

Modern Classical Music



Invention no. 14


Ostinato For Piano And Orchestra no. 1

Piano Etude Opus 100

Ostinato For Piano And Orchestra no. 2


Impromptu For Piano Three Hands


Prelude For Piano Four Hands

                   Picture Gallery


Dimitris Stamatelatos
D. Stamatelatos & Kalliopi Emmanouil
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