-December 2019: New double CD release on G. Rossini's Quelques Riens pour Album from Péchés de vieillesse, Da Vinci classicsavailable on all major online platforms and all CD stores!


-February 2019: Marios Panteliadis was appointed Professor of piano in Conservatorio di Campobasso in Italy.


-In January 2019: LRAM licenciate with distinction (teaching diploma) from the Royal Academy of Music, London.


- December 2018: he started attending the European Conducting Academy in Vicenza (2018/19), under the main guidance of Romolo Gessi, with notable visiting professors such as Julius Kalmar, Sigmund Thorp.


-January 2017: Marios was awarded the prize for the Best Greek competitor in the International Piano competition "Giorgos Thymis" in Thessaloniki in Greece, consisting of an invitation to play with Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra in the next concert season.


-Two new critiques made on Marios Panteliadis' performance of Brahms’ Piano Concerto No. 1 in D minor with Petersfield Orchestra and Robin Browning on 19 March 2015:

"Panteliadis was an inspired, awesome soloist, whose playing was heroic and spacious.  Technically it was flawless; his octave trills were superb.  His dynamic palette was vast, from hushed pianissimos to massive fortissimos."

Ann Pinhey from Petersfield Post

"The Petersfield Orchestra’s concert has been much praised – a fine, varied programme, strongly played and with a first-rate soloist."

Philip Young, Chairman of Petersfield Musical Festival






- Making Music's Award for Young Concert Artists 2014

Marios Panteliadis is a Selected Artist in Making Music's Awards for Young Concert Artists 2014!

He was selected after a successful audition among 80 or so artists from many countries around the world. After this award, Marios will be hopefully presented in many concert venues around the UK on the next seasons 2014-2016