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Antonis Anissegos – piano


Antonis Anissegos – live electronics


Jannis Anissegos – flutes
Maria Anissegou – cello
Antonis Anissegos – piano

(Yannis Gutmann)

The Trio IAMA was formed in 2004 by the siblings Anissegos and is dedicated in performances of new and original compositions, mainly composed for the trio.

Following composers composed already for the Trio IAMA:

Antonis Anissegos (GR) – Chris R. Dahlgren (USA) – Alexis Agrafiotis (D) – Steingrimur Rohloff (IS/D) – Christoph Maria Wagner (D) – Beat Fehlmann (CH) – Michael Heisch (CH) – Periklis Liakakis (GR) – Ori Barel (USA) – Stefan Thomas (D) – Dieter Hermsdorf (D) – Johannes Quint (D) – Carlos Stella (ARG) – Marc Yeats (ALBA) – Patric Simmerud (S) – Dimitris Papageorgiou (GR) – Michalis Lapidakis (GR) – Panagiotis Kokkoras (GR) – Leontis Chatzileontiadis (GR) – Dimitris Economou (GR) – Stylianos Dimou (GR) – Manolis Vlitakis (GR) – Pavlos Michailidis (GR) – Zesses Seglias (GR) – Ioannis Angelakis (GR) – Nicolas Tzortzis (GR) – Haris Kittos (GR) – Idim Samimi Mofakham (IR) – Daniel Martínez Roura (ES), Joan Bages i Rubí (ES-CT), Martyna Kosecka (PL)

The repertoire of the trio includes also compositions from the baroque area till the 20th century, such as works of Bach, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Ravel, Martinu and Crumb.

Trio IAMA also works with Electroacoustics and the members are familiar with the nature of improvisation.
The Trio performed in Germany, Greece, Cyprus and Switzerland.
In March 2010 appeared the first CD “Present Perfect, Vol. 1” with seven new compositions of composers from Thessaloniki.
Present Perfect Vol. 1 by Trio IAMA


Theodor Patsalidis – violin
James Wylie – alto sax.
Thimios Atzakas – el. guitar
Antonis Anissegos – fender rhodes, composition
Pavlos Georgiadis – tuba
Giorgos Klountzos-Chrysidis – drums

blsi(Yannis Gutmann)

Based in Thessaloniki, this new band started rehearsing in March 2018 and released in August 2019 the first single track EP.

Card Castle

Antonis Anissegos – piano
Mike Majkowski – double bass
Christian Marien – drums

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(Fabio Dondero)

Card Castle started right after the end of the Mayan calendar in 2012. The trio’s name is an anagram of Kurt Vonnegut’s title of the novel “Cat’s Cradle” from 1963, that describes the end of our civilization by dropping the bomb “ice-nine”.


Floros Floridis – violin
Antonis Anissegos – piano
Yorgos Dimitriadis – drums

(Pinelopi Gerasimou)

After having collaborated in different groups for the past 15 years the three musians reunite for the first time in a trio. Grix celebrates their origins in a contemporary way, combining melodies, sonorities, and the rhythms of greek music with free improvisation and electronics.
The Trio released in 2009 the first CD “Sweet, Sour, Sharp & Soft” on the label Jazzwerkstatt Berlin/Brandenburg (JW041) and in 2015 the second: “Penetralia” (Creative Sources)

best before unu

unu (Antonis Anissegos) – electronics, piano
bestbefore (Andreas Karaoulanis) – video animation


unu and bestbefore met in March 2010 on stage at a Festival in Thessaloniki, following the invitation of the festival director to perform together.
The match was instant and after the success of their performance, they decided to form the duo best before unu.
Since then they produced together many short audio/visual pieces, and performed often in Greece and in Germany.
The intensive electronics of unu found a visual counterpoint in the moving images of bestbefore, generating complex sonic-visual formations. While audio frequencies are analyzed and passed into image motions, which in turn feed back to the music, a never ending circulation of influence travels in both directions.
As an enrichment of the collaboration, best before unu appears also with live piano, adding an organic dimension to the creative process. A journey through morphing landscapes and imaginary organisms, stimulating the audience to continuously perceive new associations.


Thimios Atzakas – oud, guitar
Antonis Anissegos – piano

(Athanasia Adamaki)

The duo ΣΩΜΑ was born right after the change of the century in Berlin. Since then many guests past by, like Sokratis Sinopoulos (lyra), Bijan Chemirani (zarb, daf, bendir), Maria Thoidou (voice), Wu-Wei (sheng), Margarita Papazoglou (dance), Savina Yannatou (voice), Michalis Siganidis (double bass), James Wylie (sax), Hayden Chisholm (sax), Dine Doneff (bass, perc).
The double CD “ΣΩΜΑ” which also includes video tracks from a live concert, will be released in December 2009.
In 2011 ΣΩΜΑ toured with Shoji Hano (drums), and decided to continue this trio by the name ω-ΣΩΜΑ. The trio released in summer 2012 “Playing with Light” on Gligg-Records.

The Forestry Commission

Biliana Voutchkova – violin
Alexander Frangenheim – double bass
Antonis Anissegos – piano

(Cristina Marx)

Three internationally renowned protagonists of the experimental music field explore together various new ways of musical “ad hoc”. They investigate different forms of improvisation such as following or resisting the creative impulse, relaying on flow and the extremes of it, manipulating or ignoring the sense of timing, spontaneously changing solo-duo-tutti configurations as well as a three-voiced continuous “perfect counterpoint” depending on musical parameters like density, fluctuating tempi or sound-noise-conglomerates. The trio uses and creates extremely personal original musical language. ​Their first album will be released on FMR Records in the spring of 2019.


Yuko Kaseki – dance
Antonis Anissegos – piano


KAYA performed first time in Berlin in 2005. Since then followed many duo performances (Germany, Switzerland, Greece) and performances with international guests, both dancers (Elena Shtyk, Tanya Luzay, Gyohei Zaitsu, Katrin Geller, Felicitas Ritter, Osamu Jareo) and musicians (Kanoko Nishi, Frank Gratkowski, Oliver Steidle, Anat Cohavi, Barbara Buchholz, Periklis Douvitsas). In 2009 their dance-music piece Umbra was performed in Berlin in collaboration with the Theater Thikwa. The piece will receive further performances in may 2010.

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