T i m e l i n e

  • 1976​​

    • Born in Nicosia, Cyprus. Son of composer and conductor Michael Hadjiloizou, national composer of Cyprus. 

  • 1982

    • Performs first public Piano recital. ​

  • 1987

    • Appointed Principal Clarinet of the Archbishop's Palace Philharmonic Band. ​

  • 1988

    • Appointed Accompanist and Assistant Conductor of the Nicosia Music Society. ​

  • 1992

    • Graduates from Cyprus Academy of Music with Diploma in Piano Performance. ​

  • 1994

    • Joins the Cyprus Special Forces as a Military Police Sergeant.

  • 1995

    • Appointed Principal Trumpet at the Cyprus Military Philharmonic Band.​

  • 1996

    • Joins the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. ​

  • 1997

    • Establishes the Chicago Conservatory of Music Camerata. ​

  • 1999​​

    • Survives a rare type of cancer at MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston, after a one-year-ten-chemotherapy sessions, and joins Roosevelt University back in Chicago.

  • 2001

    • Attends Oklahoma University, establishing, managing, and conducting the Norman Civic Orchestra. ​

  • 2004

    • Joins Boston University pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Orchestral Conducting degree, and establishes the Boston Chance Orchestra & Chorus, which he manages and conducts for his DMA public concert, presenting Schönberg's Pierrot Lunaire and Mozart's Requiem, in his DMA committee's disbelief and admiration.​

  • 2007

    • Composes the music for the opening of the New Larnaca Airport by special commission. ​

  • 2008

    • Appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra, leading the state ensemble to great success for ten consecutive seasons. ​

  • 2010

    • Establishes Academy32, a landmark wine bar in the heart of Nicosia's Old Town, presenting live Jazz music in collaboration with the State Department. ​

    • Organised and conducted the historic Cyprus Peace Concert of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra at the abandoned Nicosia International Airport. 

  • 2012

    • Organises and conducts the first complete performance of an Opera by a Cypriot composer, in his father's Grand "Epitafios".​

  • 2015

    • Organises and conducts the Easter Sunday Night Concert (Oster Sonntag Nacht Konzert) at Vienna​'s St. Stephen Cathedral (Stephansdom), following an honorary invitation from the Cathedral, presenting Puccini's Messa di Gloria.

  • 2016

    • His composition Servikos: Cyprus Dance No.1 becomes the most performed work ever in the history of the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra. 

    • Composes the Music for Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince.

  • 2017

    • Appointed Artistic Director and composed the music for the European Capital of Culture Pafos2017's Summer Highlight.

    • Appointed Artistic Director of the Official Closing Ceremony of the European Capital of Culture Pafos2017, organising and conducting Beethoven's Symphony No.9 with his own Cyprus Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Voices, and soloists of his choice.

  • 2018

    • Appointed CEO of The Monument of the Immortals​, an international foundation promoting Olympic Values.

    • Composes the Music for Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana.

  • 2019

    • Establishes the Athens Philharmonic, leading it to its first ever concert at Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall, presenting Dvorak's Symphony No.9 "From the New World" and Mozart's Requiem, In Memory of Pericles S. Panagopoulos. The new orchestra and the conductor receive outstanding reviews. ​

    • Organises and conducts the Athens Philharmonic in Mahler's Symphony No.2 "Resurrection" for his Carnegie Hall debut, receiving a standing ovation and triumphant reviews from New York press and personalities such as Joshua Bell. 

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