Zoe Zeniodi, hailed by the press as “Mrs. Dynamite” and the “Ingenious Greek Maestro” has an international career that has led her to collaborations with Lyric Opera of Chicago, Santa Fe Opera, Opera Queensland, New Zealand Opera, Opera Southwest, Florida Grand Opera, Greek National Opera, Onassis Cultural Center, among others. She has conducted in places such as the Paris Philharmonie and Carnegie Hall and has guest-conducted orchestras such as Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, National Orchestras of Colombia, Tatarstan and Vietnam, Bogota Philharmonic, Palm Beach Symphony, Olympia Symphony Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic, Bremen Philharmonic, and many others.


Zoe recently collaborated with Orchestre de Paris and Köln Gürzenich Orchester and debuted with Buenos Aires Philharmonic in a concert with Vadim Gluzman at the Teatro Colón.

Her most recent and upcoming engagements include opening the Philharmonic Orchestra of Buenos Aires season at the Teatro Colón, conducting Mozart’s Così fan tutte at Opera Australia Sydney, concerts in Belgium and Brazil, and collaborating with LA Opera, among others.


Zoe Zeniodi has been a Fellow of the Hart Institute of Women Conductors (Dallas Opera) since 2016, where she has taken part in concerts and workshops with The Dallas Opera and San Francisco Opera. A Taki Alsop Conducting Fellowship Mentee, she was recently a semi-finalist in the La Maestra Competition in Philharmonie de Paris where she was chosen by the jury as one of the six women worldwide to be members of La Maestra Academy with engagements and professional support for 2022-2024.

Previous artistic leadership positions include Artistic Director of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Principal Conductor of the Greek-Turkish Youth Orchestra, Chief Conductor of MOYSA, Cover Conductor for Florida Grand Opera, Music and Artistic Director of Broward Symphony Orchestra and Alhambra Orchestra, Associate Music Director of the Festival of the Aegean, Artistic Director of “Consonances” annual music series for the Onassis Foundation Scholars’ Association and Associate Conductor of the Frost Symphony Orchestra.


Zoe Zeniodi – Die Hebriden by W.A. Mozart w. Paris Mozart Orchestra (Bourges, Feb. 2023)

Zoe Zeniodi – Symphony No. 2 by L. Farrenc w. Paris Mozart Orchestra and Paris Philharmonie (La Maestra Competition and Academy, Mar. 2022)


Symphony No. 2 by L. Farrenc at La Maestra Competition – Mar. 2022

“Zoe Zeniodi, our great favourite!
During La Maestra, Zoe Zeniodi won us over by conducting Louise Farrenc’s Symphony with great panache, determination and sensitivity. She is a conductor with a great sense of articulation and is very structured. She is very charismatic and knows how to communicate effectively with the orchestra and the soloists.”

– Frédérique Reibell,

The Human Voice (by Poulenc) and The Call (D’Netto) at Opera Queensland, Brisbane Festival – Sept. 2022

“Conductor Zoe Zeniodi and the Queensland Symphony Orchestra prepared both operas to a standard that suited the genres with complete stylistic perfection, which is of course merit to Zeniodi’s leadership and knowledge.”

– Nikhil Deo, Limelight

 Le nozze di Figaro at New Zealand Opera – Jun. 2021

“The musical highlights were the long finales of the second and fourth acts; Zeniodi tied together all of the musical threads easily, highlighting key individual vocal and instrumental details and bringing each of these to an exciting conclusion.”

– Simon Holden,