Lefteris Papadimitriou is a Greek composer and performer. He is currently studying for a PhD in composition at the University of Huddersfield with the support of a scholarship from the Huddersfield contemporary music festival and the Centre of Research in New Music. Compositional interests include the exploration of the notion of ”hybridity” between instrumental and acousmatic media, psychological mapping of aural signals on conceptual and physical musical spaces, employment of surrealistic and visual techniques, information networks and montage. In 2006 he won the international Gaudeamus Prize with his composition for piano and orchestra, titled “Black and White”. He has studied composition with Iannis Ioannidis and he is a graduate of the music department of the University of Athens. He has written many compositions for acoustic instruments and electronic media that have been performed in various countries and also performs live electronic and improvised music.