Spiros possesses the natural talent of being familiar with various musical genres and repertoire from baroque to contemporary, instrumental, electronic, piano music, minimal, ambient  and silent films music.
His works have been performed into the main music halls of Greece: The Athens Concert Hall, Parnassus Literal Society, Theocharakis Foundation, Stage of Fine Arts, Michael Cacoyiannis Foundation, German Institute Goethe – Atene, HellenicAmerican Union, Nakas Conservatory, Telogleion Institute of Arts (Thessaloniki), State Music Academy of Thessaloniki, Technical University of Patras and in various European cities

Spiros’ musical talent was discovered at an early age when he began studying music theory and piano performance. His first public performance as a pianist was at the age of 7. Initially he studied Musicology, (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1995-2000), Music Theory (State Music Academy of Thessaloniki) and Piano (Contemporary Conservatory of Thessaloniki), where he graduated as a piano soloist with a “1st Prize for outstanding distinction”. Thereafter he  moved to London and studied composition (MMus in Composition) at Goldsmiths – University of London (2002). 
Returning to Greece he won the 1st Prize  for the “G.A.Papaionannou Composition Contest” organized by the Greek Composers Union for his work String Quartet no 2. He engaged his collaboration with the Public Sector of The Athens Concert Hall, writing more than 200 original program notes (2004-2011). He has also collaborated with the Athens and Epidaurus Festival and The Lyrical Scene as a musicologist writing also original program notes.

Distinguished professors and teachers of him: Dimitris Lagios, Kostas Grimaldis, Georgios Thymis, Pavlos Demetriades, Nikos Solomonidis, Kostas Siempis, Michalis Lapidakis, Lambis Vassiliadis, Georges Aperghis, Alexandros Mouzas, Roger Redgate, John Baily, Joel Hoffman, Pierluigi Billone, Helmut Lachenmann and Bryan Ferneyhough  in the fields of  piano, composition and musicology.

He holds a  Phd in Composition at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2011). He continued his studies on composition at "Upbeat Music School" (Croatia - 2012) and at Darmstadt International Music School (Germany - 2014). 
He is  awarded as a musicologist for his work The Hellenic Element in the Ionian Music School (2013). 
His 3 first records (Music on Poetry, The String Quartets, and Liquid Time) are available on iTunes and Amazon. 
He is a columnist for the  artistic site  www.artic.gr
His compositions are printed for Europe by the Swiss Publisher MusicaNeo.
He is a member of the Greek Composers Union.
He is a faculty member of the Ionian University.