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Maria Demosthenous is a graduate of Music Department in Aristotele University of Thessaloniki and she has a diploma in piano performance. She has got her Master Degree on Leadership and Managememt in Education from CIIM. She has attended many workshops, conferences and seminars on Music Education and Piano Teaching. 

She is a certified Kodaly Music Educator in Early Years (0-7 years old) and she is writing the music program offered from AMusEd to families and kindergarten settings. 

With more than 15 years teaching experience in both private and public sector in classrooms, private and group teaching, she offers adults training courses in the field of music Education, in Cyprus and abroad. Further, she has great experience working with children with Special Needs.

In 2018 she has founded A.MUS.ED with the vision of offering quality music education in Cyprus. 


Georgia Loizou is a musician and music educator, specialized in the field of piano performance and pedagogy. She was born in Nicosia and began piano lessons at the age of 6. In 2011, she graduated from the University of East Anglia (UK) with a BA in Music. During her studies she focused on piano performance and performance studies, musicology, music education and community music. In 2016, she graduated from Boston University (USA) with a MMus in Music Education, where her main focuses were multicultural music education, the development of music curricula and the musicological analysis of the music of the USA, particularly the blues, hip hop, and funk.

Since 2012, she has been working as a music teacher in different settings, mainly in the areas of piano education, aural training and theory of music. She has also worked as a volunteer music teacher in the Cypriot government’s shelters for abused women. She continues her volunteer work at the non-profit organization Sistema Cyprus, where she plays the cello with the children of the orchestra and helps with concerts and piano accompaniments.

Her voluntary work at Sistema Cyprus brought her close to the Lullaby Project, a program that has been operating in Cyprus since 2020, through the collaboration of Sistema Cyprus and the Carnegie Hall (USA). The Lullaby Project brings together parents and professional artists to write and sing together personal lullabies for their children. Georgia has been working as the project manager and coordinator of the Lullaby Project since 2020.

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