Dr. Eftihia V. Arkoudis
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Dr. Eftihia Arkoudis is a versatile performer and a Trevor James Low Flutes Artist. She is an Adjunct Flute Professor and Lecturer at Frostburg State University and a founding member of the award-winning ensemble BETA Quartet. Among other competitions, she was recently named a finalist for 2018-2019 The American Prize Competition and an alternate winner for the Pittsburgh Concert Society competition. As an orchestral and chamber musician, she has performed with numerous ensembles in prestigious venues of Greece, Turkey, Austria, and Germany.
Video: Eftihia Arkoudis plays "Flautina" from K. Stockhausen.
Doctor of Musical Arts, Flute Performance
West Virginia University, USA.
Master of Music, Flute Performance
West Virginia University, USA
Artist Diploma, Prayner Conservatory of Arts,
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All lesson materials are carefully selected for each individual student.
Flute exercises to improve your technique.
Flute compositions carefully selected based on individual needs and levels.
Orchestral Repertoire Studies.
Mrs. Arkoudis teaches flute at all levels:
Artist Diploma, Athens Conservatoire.
Dr. Eftihia Arkoudis
Greek flutist Dr. Eftihia Arkoudis is a versatile performer and educator. She is a winner of WVU’s Young Artist and International Grand Prize Virtuoso Competition (2016), an alternate winner of Pittsburgh Concert Society and National Flute Association Convention ‘Into the Music’ Masterclass, a finalist for The American Prize Competition (2018-2019), and an alternate finalist of Byron Hester Competition (2015).
As an orchestral and chamber musician, she has served as the principal flutist of Orpheus Kammerochester Wien, Junges Tonkünstler Orchester, Greek-Turkish Youth Symphony Orchestra, WVU Symphony Orchestra, and numerous other ensembles, giving her the opportunity to perform and record in prestigious venues of Greece, Austria, Germany, and Turkey. Currently, she performs as a founding member of the award-winning BETA Quartet, with whom she won the Flute Society of Kentucky Flute Quartet Competition and were semifinalists in Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition (2017).
Arkoudis has performed the world premiere of several new works and has a passion for adding a theatrical element in her interpretations. Her musical activities were supported by grants from WVU and Friends of Flutes Foundation, the Susan B. Hardesty, Eleana T. Donley, and Valerie Canady scholarships. She has performed in the masterclasses of Alberto Almarza, Krzysztof Kaczka, Lorna McGhee, Franscesca Arnorne, Erwin Klambauer, and Caroline Debonne, and was selected as a performer for the Jasmine Choi International Masterclass in Austria (2013) and William Bennett Flute Academy in the US (2017).
Eftihia graduated with her DMA and MM from West Virginia University while on an assistantship. She holds artistic diplomas with honorary awards from Prayner Konservatorium Wien and the Athens Conservatoire, and has a Bachelor’s in Science from the Technological Institute of Athens. Her primary teachers are Nina Assimakopoulos, Reza Najfar, Urs Ruttiman, Panagioti Drakos, and Danae Kioupouroglou.
Dr. Arkoudis is the Adjunct Flute Professor and a Lecturer at Frostburg State University and a Trevor James Low Flutes Artist.