- Ioannis Fulias
(b Athens, 18 Feb/March 1, 1896; d Milan, Nov 2, 1960). Greek composer, conductor, and pianist. After having some private lessons in piano, he entered the Athens Conservatory in 1910, where he studied piano with Georgios Agapitos, Theseus Pindios, and mainly Ludwig Wassenhoven, as well as music theory (and possibly composition) with Armand Marsick. In ...