Clio-Danae Othoneou

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Clio-Danae Othoneou
Born (1979-09-30) September 30, 1979 (age 35)
Thessaloniki, Greece

Clio Danae Othoneou (Greek: Κλειώ Δανάη Οθωναίου) is a Greek stage[1] and television actress, musician and pianist.

Family and early life[edit]

She was born September 30, 1979 in Thessaloniki, Greece, where her parents studied, and is the oldest of three daughters.

At age 2, they moved to Xanthi, her mother's hometown. There she began the first courses of piano in the National Conservatoire of Xanthi at 5 and a half.

A few years later she moved to Athens (Cholargos), her father's hometown.

Music education[edit]

She continued piano studies in the National Conservatoire, in Athens Conservatoire and the Attica Conservatoire, where she studied with Marina Lamprinoudi, Parry Derempei-Papastavrou and Dionyssis Malloychos.

She gave her first public performance at age seven in "Parnassos Hall" in Athens, playing Claude Debussy.

From 1996 she appeared in many piano concerts, in various Greek cities.

In 1998 she received her degree in piano and in 2000 a diploma Soloist, studying under Dimitris Toufexis.

Theatre education[edit]

She studied for one year in the Superior Dramatic Faculty “ARCHI" of Nelli Karra. The next year she passed through examinations to enroll in the Superior Dramatic Faculty of National Theatre. The same period, she studied lyrical music with soprano Irini Karayianni.

In 2005 she graduated from the Superior Dramatic Faculty of National Theatre.

Clio Danae Othoneou
as Medea in Epidaurus (Summer 2005)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Femme Fatale". Sigma Live. January 12, 2010. Retrieved 29 April 2011.