Demis was born in Italy and started studying piano at the age of 5 with his first public performance at the age of 7. At the age of 11 Demis entered the Giacomo Puccini Conservatorie in Gallarate, North Italy and studied piano under the guidance of Massimo Neri. During this time Demis studied Theory and Solfeggio and was a member of the choir whilst also performing in local concerts.
Moving to London at the age of 19, Demis studied with Professor Carola Grindea. He then entered the London College of Music and studied classical piano with Raphael Terroni and Philippe Meed alongside and Eddy Harvey in Jazz. He graduated in 2004 having won bursaries and prices whilst at college including the Westminster piano prize (best final year performance), Peter Cook Jazz prize, London College of Music prize and was highly commended in the John Ireland Prize.
Demis has performed classical and jazz at various venues throughout the UK and abroad, including Vestry hall, Wembley conference centre, Bush Hall, Ealing Jazz Festival, Edinbrugh Fringe and abroad in Italy, Dubai and around the Mediterranean.
He now works as a professional musician and piano teacher. Demis is highly passionate about teaching piano and has been teaching for the last 9 years ranging from children to adults at different levels.
Demis is delighted to join the team of teachers at Windsor Piano Schools and is looking forward to inspiring a new generation of musical talent.