Music Performance - Nino Tsitsishvili
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Music Performance
My professional life has always revolved around music: as a performer, director, teacher, researcher, scholar ... My musical and academic background includes the PhD, MA in Ethnomusicology (Monash University, Australia) and Bachelor of Music and Musicology (Tbilisi State Conservatorium, Georgia, Former USSR).

My Current academic affiliations are Honorary Fellow at the Conservatorium of Music at The University of Melbourne (Parkville, Australia), Australian Music Teachers Register (Victoria) and I hold current Working with Children Card
Musical Arrangements
During many years I have made numerous musical arrangements both choral and instrumental. Here you can listen to some of them:

The musical genres that I usually handle are very varied, both Classical and Contemporary, including Popular, Rock, Jazz, Traditional music and Polyphony.
"Can`t Stop"
If it Were me
Georgian singing group "Alilo"

Our next performance
Melbourne Recital Centre, 21 August 2018
Melbourne Georgian Choir
Was formed in 2012 in Melbourne, Australia, under the initiative of The Boite World Music Café and its director Roger King. The artistic  directors are Nino Tsitsishvili and Joseph Jordania.
Melbourne Georgian Choir is committed to learning and performance of the different traditional Georgian polyphonic styles.
Some of our forthcoming performances:
November 18th 2017 - The Church of All Nations, Carlton.
Melbourne Georgian Choir & Pontian Greek Dancers
Nino Tsitsishvili (Director and Soloist) and Joseph Jordania (Co-Director) with the Melbourne Georgian Choir with Peter Stefanidis (Choreographer) Melbourne, Australia. February 26th, 2017.
Melbourne Georgian Choir - Abbotsford Convent
Led by Nino Tsitsishvili and Joseph Jordania. The choir features 20 vocalists performing in Georgian polyphonic tradition. (C) Liquid Architechture.
Georgian Choir at Melbourne Polytechnic
You can listen some of the recordings here

Copyright Nino Tsitsishvili 2016-2017
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