Dr. Konstantinos Karathanasis, Associate Professor of Composition and Music Technology at the University of Oklahoma School of Music, is an emerging composer and music technology specialist. He draws inspiration for his compositions from various sources: the poetry of Rumi and Pablo Neruda; the cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky and Krzysztof Kieslowski; Mysticism, Eastern philosophy, and the depth psychology of Carl Jung. His electroacoustic compositions have been performed throughout the world at such festivals as the International Computer Music Conferences in Singapore, Miami, Barcelona, and Copenhagen; the International Electronic Music Festival SYNTHESE in Bourges; the Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik in Witten, Germany; the Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival in Gainesville; in several annual conferences of the Society for the ElectroAcoustic Music in the United States; the Bienal Internacional de Musica Electroacustica in Sao Paolo; the Seoul International Computer Music Festival; the Australasian Computer Music Conference; and in numerous juried electroacoustic music concerts worldwide.
- DM (Music Composition) - University of Buffalo
- BM - Ionian University, Corfu, Greece
- Piano Diploma - National Conservatory, Athens, Greece
- Harmony Diploma - National Conservatory, Athens, Greece