Transient beauty for tape 
The work “Transient Beauty” was composed at ICST ZHdK Zurich during a two weeks residency in August of 2015 and it reflects all the dramatic conditions I was going through, in the previous month, during a very unstable (politically and economically) period in Greece. The form of the piece consists in reality a transition from a very dense, noisy, harsh and chaotic sound world to the beauty and tranquility of a calm woman’s voice reflecting the alteration between feelings of immense anxiety and hope.
[…]Turning shadow into transient beauty (T.S. Eliot)
Sonosferics for tape 
BrainWaves for tape  sonification of EMOTIV data
Cappricio for tape 
Sculpture 357 for tape 
Sculpture 166 for tape 
Residues for tape 
Hi-Hat for tape 
Hi-Hat is an acoustic piece composed in 2005. Everything in this piece is made of a single sound recording of a Hi-Hat filtered and algorithmically positioned in time.
Improvisation Electronique II for tape 
Improvisation Electronique II is a tape composed in 2005 for a concert of electronic music at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. The composition is based solely on FM (Frequency Modulation) techniques. The pitch material is consisting of the notes [F – F# – A] and a series of harmonic and timbral transformation is taking place all the time.
Prelude & Fugue for tape 
BWV 1067 for tape 
Knots for tape 
Synthesis IV, IVb for tape 
Froura epi frouras for tape 
“Φρουρά επί Φρουράς” (Froura epi frouras) is a tape piece composed in 2001 after the poem by the Greek surrealist poet and psychoanalyst Andreas Empeirikos. It is my very first piece in the field of electronic music! The piece consists of two overlapping layers: one based on prerecorded concrete sounds and another on synthesized ones. It piece was composed at the Institute of Psychoacoustics & Computer Music at Thessaloniki using the RT-CMIX environment.
Ispachan for tape 
Ispachan is an acousmatic piece I composed while I was a student at the Institute of Psychoacoustics in Thessaloniki. The piece is based on a poem of the Greek surrealist poet Andreas Empeirikos