Composer, Anna Stereopoulou has developed a music genre she likes describing as «sonic moving images». She specialises in the field of Music Composition for Film & TV, but has also taken on the task of organising and overseeing Audio-Visual /Multi-Media concerts, inspired by researching various subjects. Her multinational collaborations and awards comprise of Megaron Athens Concert Hall, Royal Marines Orchestra (Britain), «ohrenhoch, der Geräuschladen» Sound Gallery (2016, Berlin), Astrophysics Conference (Università degli Studi dell'Insubria, Italy), Royal Academy of Dance (London), 1st & 2nd Silent Film Festival / MCF, Synch Festival (Athens), Piano City Milano (2013 & 2014, Italy), Off_Herzios Festival 2014 (Spain), London National Film Theatre, «Yakumo Koizumi» Museum (Matsue-Japan), Bundes Film Festival (Berlin, Bronze Medal) and Portello River Festival & River Film Festival (Padova, Italy), at which she has also been working as Music Consultant / Programming. Within her activity in Film Scoring, it's worth mentioning the Best Original Score award she won at the 9th Cyprus International Film Festival, for the music she composed for the feature film, «A Place Called Home» [alternate title: «The Tree & The Swing», dir. Maria Douza (2014 / Greece-Serbia). Music of hers has been released on netlabels, such as 7MNS Music, Plus Timbre, Pet Liger and Against The Silence, and since May 2016, 3 out of her 4 solo albums are available to listen and study at the Music Library of Greece «Lilian Voudouri» [created by the Friends of Music Society; Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall]. Anna Stereopoulou, also a member of the international art network, female:pressure, is currently focusing on her research (Human Brain), through the release of her latest concept album «c I r c e :the black cut:» and her same-titled project, and as it is being developed and titled as «SYN» (concerts, seminars, installations, collaborations, other / Greece and abroad).