Georgios Konstantinou holds a PhD from the Ionian University, Greece (Department of Music Studies) and he graduated from the "Marasleion" Pedagogical Academy and the Faculty of Physical Education and Athletics in the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He has participated in numerous musicology and pedagogy symposia and masterclasses in Europe. In the field of music pedagogy, so far he has published the 5 volumes of the Theory and Practice of Church Music series. He has also edited publications of the works of the Three Masters (with Vatopedi Monastery Publishing House), as well as the works of Konstantinos Pringos (with the "Apostoliki Diakonia" Publishing House). In addition, he has been a psaltes in many churches in Athens. He has taught psaltic music in the "Healing Spring" School and the Fthiotidos Metropolitan School, as well as in the State Conservatory of Athens. Since 1981, he has been a member of the Greek Byzantine Choir, and has been involved in the study of the written and oral tradition of church music, as well as the use of the results of his research in teaching. He is the initiator of the Training and Upskilling Program in Church Music, which has been operating since 2003, awarding annual scholarships that are funded by the “St. Maximus the Greek” Institute.