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Yiorgos Magoulas, (Greek: Γιώργος Μαγουλάς) born in Athens in 1970, is an award winning Greek composer and guitarist. He studied classical guitar, composition and arrangement in Athens (National Conservatory of Athens) and London (Morley College of London). In 1991, at the age of 21, he began his professional career writing music for the "Research Theater- Dimitris Potamitis". Since then, he has composed music for orchestra, theater, artistic events, films, television commercials, as well as music for about 150 documentaries. He has released 3 CDs with instrumental music. In 2000 his oratorio "PROPITIATION" was presented in London, following an assignment by the Church of England. Since 2007 he has been the composer of the award winning MEGA Channel documentary series "WAR ZONE". His works have been played in Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, England and France.