Michalis Brouzos has multi annual studies in the classical guitar starting at the age of 8. He graduated from “Peiraikos Sindesmos” (Conservatory of Pireaus), class of P. Deligiannis, acquiring certificate and diploma in classical guitar, graded unanimously excellent with distinction.
He studied advanced theoretical classes (classical harmony, contrapunto and fugue) with maestro A. Carbone and was distinguished in international Master Classes of interpretation and virtuosity.
He has performed many recitals as a soloist in Athens and other Greek cities as well as abroad (Stuttgart, Kornwestheim).
He composes music for classical guitar, stringed instruments ensembles and for theater. As a founding member of AnimaCorda guitar duet he releases two albums, the homonym in 2005 (Soulincident records), and ¨Lost & found¨ in 2008 (Minos-Emi records).
In December 2010, AnimaCorda represent Greece in a concert that broadcasts worlwide via the European Broadcast Union (EBU).
In 2012, AnimaCorda, composes the soundtrack of the dramatic performance called “The shine” directed by Stefanos Papatrechas.
In May 2013 he recorded (with AnimaCorda) in the music academy of Katowice in Poland, the Concerto no2 for two guitars and symphonic orchestra composed by Odysseas Konstantinopoulos. Collaborated by the Orkiestra Kameralna Silesian Art Collective conducted by Mateusz Walach. The album named ¨Symbioza¨ was released in July of 2015.
In the Autumn of 2014 he released his first EP album named “Orison” dedicated to his daughter Anna.
In July 2016 he participated in the Athens and Epidaurus Festival, the show was dedicated to the music of Nino Rota for the movies of Federico Fellini and was held at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus . The Athens State Orchestra was conducted by German conductor Frank Strobel.
In November of 2016 he released his second EP album named “Rootless”.
In 2016 he forms with bassist Petros Lamprides a group called “TheLastLust” and in September of 2017 they released their first homonym album.
In 2018 he forms “Michalis Brouzos quartet” (Thomas Kontogeorgis-piano, Catherine Tepelena-violin, Petros Lamprides-contrabass) and releases their first single named “grown”, a composition of his.
in 2019 he forms “Michalis Brouzos group” (Thomas Kontogeorgis-piano, Michalis Porfiris-violoncello).
The album “Hommage” (BLB records – 2021) is a tribute to his favorite tracks from the classical guitar repertoire and his fourth in a row personal record work.