Film composer Eleni Karaindou was created within the Greek hill town of Teichio and raised in Athens, heading on to research piano and music theory in the Hellenikon Odion. Relocating to Paris in 1969, she analyzed ethnomusicology for five years before time for Greece to discovered the Lab for Traditional Devices in the ORA Cultural Center. Karaindrou’s most effective cooperation was with filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos, with whom she 1st teamed in 1982, heading on to rating features including 1991’s The Suspended Stage from the Stork, 1995’s Ulysses’ Gaze, and 1998’s Palme d’Or-winning Eternity along with a Day time. Although mainly aligned using the Greek film market, Karaindrou in addition has worked with mentioned Western directors, including Jules Dassin and the fantastic Chris Marker. 2004’s Oscar-nominated film The Weeping Meadow presented a rating by Karaindrou, that was also nominated for any European Film Honor. Next, she shipped 2005’s epic retrospective Elegy from the Uprooting. Karaindrou also revisited a lot of her ratings throughout a 2010 live concert offering saxophonist Jan Garbarek, that was released in 2013 as Eleni Karaindrou: Concert in Athens. In 2014, Karaindrou released her haunting rating to an version of Euripides’ Medea.