Myrto Joyce, cellist, pianist,vocalist and DJ has woven her relationship with both analog and digital instruments and found common ground. Music has always been one of the biggest inspirations and most important parts of her life. Her international upbringing and training introduces a career that expands beyond conventional borders within the traditionally distant worlds of classical and electronic music. Though born in Boston, Massachusetts, she was raised in Greece where she started traveling extensively at a young age and was introduced to her first instrument, the piano at the age of 6. Vocal lessons soon followed , with the cello eventually finding its primary place of study within her life. She studied Violoncello under the Russian Professor and Soloist Marina Kislitsina (1st Cello of Athens State Orchestra) at the National Conservatory of Music in Athens, Greece receiving a first prize award in Music Performance while pursuing her BA there in Music Performance (Cello Diploma).
Her highlighted performances with symphonic orchestras and as a soloist include the Athens Concert Hall performance with Soloist Dimitris Semsis, the Greek Radio and Television Orchestra with Conductor Andreas Pilarinos in Ankara and Istanbul , the Nina Partikidou Orchestra in Greece and various musical performances and accompanist for plays and other performances at the Irodio Theater (National/ Ancient Theater of Athens) and all over Europe.
Myrto Joyce currently studies and performs with the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. While in NY she soon gravitated toward DJ culture where she applied her classical knowledge and global outlook on music to the digital contemporary world of dance music. Her inclusive global view of music lead her to partner with Gale Murphy to form the international dance music organization “Are You Afro? “which interconnects the roots of all music to Africa just as the human population has been linked to the African continent.
As a DJ she performs in the most exclusive venues along side legends.
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