My book about the pioneer greek guitarist Dimitri Fampas (1921-1996) was published by Panas Music. Pages: 456. Dimensions 17x24cm. ISBN: 978-6-18-531302-9. My goal is to investigate an unknown area in the history of modern Greek music and in particular to explore the rapid increase of interest in classical guitar in the second half of the twentieth century in Greece. Also, to investigate the foundations and development conditions of the Greek guitar school, through the study of the life and work of Dimitris Fampas.
The proceedings from the conference entitled Dimitri Mitropoulos (1896-1960): fifty years later were published. The conference, took place at the Athens Concert Hall as part of celebrating 50 years since the death of Dimitri Mitropoulos, organized by the Athens Concert Hall, the Music Library of Greece "Lilian Voudouri" and the journals Musicology and Polyphonia.
Editors of the publication are J. Fulias, J. Belonis, G. Vlastos and T. Kolydas. The publication was funded by the Ionian University and published by Orpheus editions.
The Dimitris Mitropoulos Conference, held in the Athens Concert Hall, is completed. The conference was entitled "Dimitris Mitropoulos (1896-1960): fifty years later". Among others, Tassos Kolydas a paper entitled The repertory of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos.
The Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies published an article entitled Parataxis: A Framework of Structure Analysis for Instrumental Folk Music, written by Harris Sarris – Tassos Kolydas and Takis Tzevelekos.