Born in Athens in the mid 80’s, Konstantino Polizois began getting involved in music early in life. Self-taught and very passionate about his sound and harmony, he works on a plethora of projects which pertain to the recording of music and sounds that accompany visual images. He has composed documentary scores, theme music for television programs, has conducted the sound design for various applications and has written jingles for the largest private television networks of Greece. His love for astrophysics and the Cosmos has inspired him to become an exceptional musical composer for documentaries that deal with sciences and humanity.
The musical development of Konstantino Polizois was shaped by his love for the Cosmos. At the same time, meeting his music idol had a profound effect on him and he fully grasped at a relatively early stage of his life the impact and influence that music has on people. This unique amalgam has been the guiding force behind his music since the beginning of his career, which is obvious on the whole spectrum of his compositions.
Always trust your Instinctive response...
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