Tristan the Maestro Magician (George Arkomanis) is a magician, conductor (orchestra leader) and composer was nickname “The Maestro Magician” by Michael Ammar.
He was born in Athens and from a very young age he was in contact with the arts, growing in a cultural home-an artists’ draw. He started early his education as a musician, while at the same time he made his first steps in the world of magic, practicing amateurish tricks.
He attended studies of major music scholars, getting degrees in “Special Harmony”, “Counterpoint”, “Fugue” (National Music Academy), “Composition” and “Conducting” (University Of West London, LCM). Furthermore, he is the first Greek who gained the title “FLCM”.
He took part in conferences, seminars, workshops and master classes (magic, music, music therapy, performance, kinaesthetic, philosophy, psychology, parapsychology, child psychology, sociology etc.) of major artists (Kevin James, Jeff McBride, John Howard, Eugene Burger, Theodore Antoniou, Michael Vincent and many more).
He started his professional course as a magician in 2005, co-funding the well-known artistic team “Arko Magic”, which took part as a finalist in the competitive show “Greece Got Talent 2010”.
Since then and until now, he has made plenty of appearances on TV & radio shows, concert halls, hotels, restaurants, night clubs, casinos, events, theatres, homes, places for kids' entertainment etc. He has “amazed” both kids and adults during marriages, baptisms/christenings, dances, banquets, conferences, companies’ galas, parties etc. Also, he has undertaken the promotion, presentation and advertisement of several products, creating innovative “magic” ideas.
He has co-operated with: MTV, Intercontinental Hotel, Megaron, Expo-Athens, Regency Casino, Mega Channel, British Embassy, Friday’s, Hilton Hotel, Xmas Factory, Gialino Music Theater, University Of Indianapolis, Caravel Hotel, ANT1, National Opera, Sephora, Soho Club, Rex Theater, Technopolis, An Art Artistry, Avenue Mall, Theasis, Politechnio Theater, Wella, Theocharakis Foundation, Pizza Hut, St. George Lycabettus Hotel, Occhio Lounge Bar, NET, Dais Theater, Beer Academy, RIK, The Mall Athens, Metropolitan Hotel, Golden Hall, Flocafe, IANOS, Allou Fan Park, Half Note, Everyday, Hytirio Theater, Goody’s, Smart Park, Babylino, El Convento Del Arte, Athens Science Festival, Star Channel and many others.
He has taught magic and music in various art & culture halls, academic institutions etc. (The American College Deree, The Greek Academy Of Conjurers, The Centre Of Classical & Contemporary Music, and the International Brotherhood Of Magicians ). He has also written articles, speeches, interviews, essays and poems of general content, but mainly about arts, society, supernatural, life etc. Many of those have been published in newspapers and magazines (Ta Nea, Vimagazino, Magician, and Ogdoo).
He is considered the only one worldwide who is involved especially with music in the art of magic and he has given seminars, master classes and lectures about it. He has composed innovative music for many artists as well as shows, performances, theatres, documentaries, and advertisements. (One Magic Show, Children Of Internment, Magic Sundays, Shadows In The Dust, Magic Music, Mirror Forest, Edgar Allan Poe, Metaphysical Magic Show, Wonders Of Magic, Marble Thoughts and many others).
He has brought out four music albums (Giati M’ Agapises 2011, Rainy Night 2013, Fake Truths 2014, Confessions 2015), as well as other works, accompanying album of other artists (Martero - Back To The Future, and ASMA - At Tonal .).
He is a member of the International Brotherhood Of Magicians' (I.B.M.), the Greek Academy Of Conjurers, the International Magicians Society (I.M.S.) and a premier member of Las Vegas Magic & Mystery School. He has been awarded with countless distinctions, honored and dithyrambic reviews both as a magician and as a composer at festivals and competitions.
He offers with his great social contribution -unselfishly- his magic at schools, constitutions, families and other people that belong to susceptible groups.
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