Anastasia Miliori studied: Violin, Advanced Music Theory, Classical Singing and Early Music (Baroque Violin & Early Music Singing) in Greece and Germany.
She holds a Soloist Diploma from the National Conservatory of Athens, a Master in Early Music from the State Music University of Trossingen, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Medieval-Modern Greek Literature from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Her Professors have been: Dimitri Semsis, Nikos Panagiotakis, Anton Steck, Jana Chytilova, Jan Van Elsacker, Frederique Friess and Angelika Luz.
She received master classes from: John Holloway, Hille Perl, Rolf Lislevand, Stefano Rossi, Christina Pluhar and Gottfried von der Goltz, among others.
She collaborates with Symphony and Baroque orchestras such as: World Youth Orchestra Unesco “Jeunesse Musicale”, (under Josep Vicent), Collegium Musicum Stuttgart, European Union Baroque Orchestra (under Lars Ulrik Mortensen), Bern Consort (under Jörg Ritter), Laudamus-Te Stuttgart (under Monica Vasquez), Patras Orchestra under George Petrou (recordings for MDG).
She has performed as a soloist, among others, at: Megaron Athens Concert Hall, the Stavros Niarchos Cultural Foundation, the International Festival of Aegina, the Spring Organ Series (St.Paul’s Anglican Church), Michalis Kakoyannis Foundation, the Benaki Museum, the Parnassos concert hall and Megaron Gyzi Santorini Festival.
She is devoted in teaching the violin, chamber music and baroque violin.
She founded the baroque ensemble Diverse & Bizarre with which she performs regularly and she is the artistic director of the Athens Baroque Festival.