Euripides Dionysiadis was born in Athens, Greece in 1989.
His first encounter with music was at the age of 11 where he was drawn to the sound of the electric bass.
He started studying extensively with bassist and composer Odysseas Konstantinopoulos. A mentor who was focusing on a holistic musical education approach with the goal of creating the spark of compositional curiosity as well the passion for exploring music.
In 2007 he started studying chemistry at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. At the same time, he began performing with bands around the city as well as recording with various artists.
In 2012 he co-founded the jazz trio “Interplay” along with multi-instrumentalists and composers Nikos Ropaitis and Thodoris Xenakis. The trio performed original music, featuring compositions from every member, in multiple venues in Athens.
In 2014, upon completion of his Chemistry studies, he starts collaborating with soul/rnb artist and producer Chris Zantioti, co-founding the groups “Soulful Trio” and “The Hood”. At the same time he starts taking improvisation lessons from renowned saxophonist David Lynch.
In 2016 he continues his music education in Rotterdam (Netherlands) where he is accepted as a Jazz Composition student in Codarts University of the Arts under the mentorship of composer Paul M. van Brugge. He also takes composition and instrumentation lessons from composers Rene Uijlenhoet, Renard Aust and Robin de Raaf and improvisation lessons from saxophonist Simon Rigter.
In 2020 he receives a Bachelor’s degree in Composition and is accepted into the Master’s program.
He has worked as a bassist or as a composer with several musicians and ensembles from Athens and the Netherlands such as David Lynch, Yiotis Kiourtsoglou, Nils van Haften, Laurens De Boer, Yoel Soto, Afroditi Manou,Alkistis Labropoulou, Vasilis Tsonoglou, Idra Kayne, Theo Goutsidis, Billy Kalistridis, Ensemble Intercolor, Studenten Harmonie Orkest Twente, AKOM Ensemble, Riccioti Ensemble etc.
In June 2022 he released his first personal album titled “Aegean Suite” comprised of original music, for a large ensemble, that transcends genre boundaries in its attempt to communicate a personal narrative.