Apostolos Papapostolou

Apostolos Papapostolou started playing imaginary drums at the age of two. His proper musical education started at the age of four, when he was enrolled to the classical conservatory of his hometown in Greece. He studied the violin for nine years and also became the youngest member on the conservatory’s internationally acclaimed children’s choir. During high school, his love for rock music led him to give up the violin and start drum and guitar lessons.
A child of prudent parents, Apostolos had to earn a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering before devoting himself to music. Throughout his university years he took further music lessons with Berklee College of Music alumni and performed throughout Greece with numerous musical acts. As a member of the band, the ViperVikings, he performed in major festivals, sharing the stage with the likes of Offspring, Marky Ramone, the Pet Shop Boys and James Blake among others.
Upon graduating as an engineer, Apostolos earned the European tour scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music, where he studied arranging and vocal performance. His teaching approach has been greatly enriched by his education, as well as his experience, which includes teaching in the Academy of Music for the Blind.