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Eleni Lambiri (c. 1882/8, d. 30 March 1960) was a Greek conductor and composer. She was born in Athens, the daughter of composer Gorgios Lambiris and niece of poet Andreas Laskaratos. She studied composition with Edoardo Sacredote at the Athens Conservatory and composition with Max Reger and conducting with Hans Scheidt in Leipzig.

After completing her studies, she worked in Milan as a conductor. About 1925 she returned to Patras, Greece, where she worked as director of the Patras Conservatory until 1953. She died in Athens.[1]

Selected works include:

To apokriatiko oneiro (A Dream in Carnival) 1913, operetta
Isolma 1915, opera[2]
Ballad for soprano and piano, 1933, (now lost)


^ Sadie, Julie Anne; Samuel, Rhian (1994) (Digitized online by GoogleBooks). The Norton/Grove dictionary of women composers. Retrieved 29 December 2010.
^ Tragaki, Dafni (2007). Rebetiko Worlds.

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