Panagiotis Trochopoulos possesses an outstanding technique and everything he needs in order to make a big journey in Music.


20-year-old pianist Panagiotis Trochopoulos was the soloist in the performance of Rachmaninov’s 3rd piano concerto. Displaying an extremely solid technique and great pianistic ease, he offered a very accurate reading of the musical score, offering moments of great emotional tension to the audience.

LA SICILIA (07/2003)

Choosing an interesting program of famous piano transcriptions, the pianist gave impressive performances, rich interpretations and technical wizardry of the highest order.

SUNDAY TIMES (07/2004)

…the virtues of Trochopoulos’s performance of Rachmaninov’s Paganini Rhapsody (impressively fleet and fluent in the reeling virtuosity of Var 15 and with a nice sense of the pizzicato marking in Var 19)…


The three Nocturnes from Op. 121 with their glimpses of Grieg have a melancholic grace that the talented Trochopoulos captures to perfection.


Panagiotis Trochopoulos is an extremely gifted musician, as I know personally from having engaged him to play at last year’s English Music Festival where he wowed audiences with his virtuosic performances of this very music… the listener gets an impression of the excellence both of Holbrooke’s compositions and of Trochopoulos’s playing, ranging from the stormy and passionate to the incredibly atmospheric and delicate (as in the Nocturne no 4 – Elan).


Barrage dates from the end of the Great War… It gets a virtuosic cauldron of a performance from Trochopoulos.


The final day of the English Music Festival started with a recital of premiere performances of works by Josef Holbrooke. They were excellently played by the hugely talented young Greek pianist, Panagiotis Trochopoulos, and were warmly received by the audience.

Em Marshall, Director of the EMF (05/2008)

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