Angeliki Ploka studied singing, Choral Conducting and Music Pedagogy at the Liszt Academy of Music in Hungary, and Musicology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, receiving a large number of scolarships during her studies. She has worked with several choirs in The Netherlands and Hungary. She conducts the Nieuw Kamerkoor Delf and the Amsterdams Studenten Projectkoor.

 

Angeliki Ploka studied singing, Choral Conducting and Music Pedagogy at the Liszt Academy of Music in Hungary, and Musicology at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, receiving a large number of scolarships during her studies. She has worked with several choirs in The Netherlands and Hungary. She conducts the Nieuw Kamerkoor Delf and the Amsterdams Studenten Projectkoor.

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In masterclass she has worked with choirs such as Capella Amsterdam, Helsingin Kamarikuoro and the Det Norske Solistkor. As a soloist and ensemble singer, Angeliki has performed extensively. She has sung in productions with the Groot Omroepkoor, the Sweelinck Kamerkoor, the project Meesters & Gezellen 2016, the Young Composers Meeting in collaboration with the Orkest de Ereprijs under the guidance of conductors such as Daniel Reuss, Sigvards Klava, Rob Vermeulen, among others.

Since 2016 she teaches music theory at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague (Koninklijk Conservatorium) and teaches solfege/repertoire according to Kodály’s pedagogical philosophy at the Dutch National Choirs (Nationale Koren-Vocaal Talent Nederland) in Amsterdam.

In masterclass she has worked with choirs such as Capella Amsterdam, Helsingin Kamarikuoro and the Det Norske Solistkor. As a soloist and ensemble singer, Angeliki has performed extensively. She has sung in productions with the Groot Omroepkoor, the Sweelinck Kamerkoor, the project Meesters & Gezellen 2016, the Young Composers Meeting in collaboration with the Orkest de Ereprijs under the guidance of conductors such as Daniel Reuss, Sigvards Klava, Rob Vermeulen, among others.

Since 2016 she teaches music theory at the Royal Conservatoire The Hague (Koninklijk Conservatorium) and teaches solfege/repertoire according to Kodály’s pedagogical philosophy at the Dutch National Choirs (Nationale Koren-Vocaal Talent Nederland) in Amsterdam.

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