Armagos is a music composer, producer and sound designer with a unique approach to creating intense and experimental soundtracks. His music combines elements of orchestral, acoustic, electronic and traditional genres to create imaginative and diverse soundscapes and contains an emotional core of striking intimacy and sensitivity.


Based in Athens, Greece, he studied piano and music composition under Makis Palakas. From 1998 to 2003 he studied music at the University of Athens. He has performed regularly both in various music groups and as a soloist.


His strong interest in film music was the inspiration for the digital collection “The Lonely Piano” which includes atmospheric and colourful piano compositions and was released in 2019.


Since 2013 he has composed music for 4 albums with songs in the greek language: “To e tou iliou”, “Aposchisi”, “Agnosti Poreia”, “Stin alli ohthi”.



Listen to “The First Governor”, dedicated to Ioannnis Capodistrias, the first governor of modern Greece

Celebrating 200 years of Greek Independence  (1821-2021)


Piano: Neoklis Neofytides, Ney: Nikos Paraoulakis / Recorded by George Kariotis (Sierra Studios – Athens), Master by Giotis Paraskevaides (Aux Studio – Athens)


Listen to my new track “Holy Week”

Album – 2020

“The lonely piano” is  Armagos ‘s first  solo project with piano improvisations

Click here to listen to the album on any music platform

Watch the video of “Goodbye” from the album “The Lonely Piano”



Listen to “The First Governor”. The new track dedicated to Ioannis Capodistrias. A Greek statesman, one of the most distinguished politicians and diplomats of Europe. After a long and distinguished career in European politics and diplomacy he was elected as the first head of state of independent Greece (1827–31). He is considered the founder of the modern Greek state and the architect of Greek independence.

Armagos has been working on  “West & East”, a collection of pieces for piano and the traditional greek cretan lyre, in addition to the music for two operas: “The disgrace of Cyclops” (libretto: Yannis Filias) and “Bluebeard” (libretto: Xenia Rodotheatou).

His recent works include the composition of the music for the play “The Dragon” by Evgeny Schwartz (direction: Ioanna Bakalakou) which was presented the summer of 2019 in Athens/Greece.


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