As a member of ensembles and orchestras, she has given concerts in many countries, including Spain, Holland, France, Luxembourg, Israel, Cyprus, and England. She collaborated with the World Youth Orchestra Jeunesses Musicales under Josep Vicent (Palau de la Musica, Philharmonie Essen, Festival Grec de Barcelona, Berliner Philharmonie, etc.) the ensemble Laudamus Te under Monica Vasquez, the Collegium Musicum Stuttgart under Hans Joachim Renz, the European Union Baroque Orchestra under Lars Ulrik Mortensen, the Bern Consort under Jörg Ritter, the All Souls Orchestra under Noël Tredinnick (Royal Albert Hall), the ASON – as a concertmaster – under Nikos Athanasopoulos, the orchestra of Patras & Athens Camerata, under George Petrou, and the Symphonique Chretienne under Sabine Diaz.
In Greece she collaborated with cembalist Jerassimos Coidan giving baroque recitals (Gyzi Megaron Festival St.Paul’s Anglican Church, Benaki Museum) as well as with the pianist Angelika Papanikolaou, specializing in contemporary music of women composers (Nakas-Greek Composers’ Union, Megaron-Athens, etc.).
She was also a member of the Timeshift-Trio in Stuttgart with which she has given numerous concerts in Germany (Kulturwerk, Laboratorium, Kulturfabrik Kesselhaus, Global Brunch – Forum der Kulturen, etc.).


In 2017 she founded the Ensemble Diverse and Bizarre, an ensemble that performs baroque and classical music with period instruments and creates in parallel, a dialogue with contemporary music and other performing arts. The ensemble consists of young and versatile musicians with academic studies in European universities. So far they have appeared in the Athens Baroque Festival, the Alternative Stage of the Greek National Opera, the Piraeus Society, Nakas Concert Hall and they toured the islands of Rhodes, Kos, Patmos & Leros, giving concerts under the auspices of the South Aegean Region.

Since 2016 Anastasia performs as a duo with the pianist Olympia Papapanagiotou ( They focus on the repertoire of the classical era and they share a common passion for the brilliance of sound and the rhetoric in the performance. They have given recitals in Athenaeum International Cultural Centre, the Theocharakis Foundation for Fine Arts & Music, the Auditorium of Contemporary Art-Macedonian Museum, the Rex-Komotini, and the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.


“Anastasia Miliori interpreted the technical and expressive demanding parts of the baroque violin with vigor, dedication and a good understanding of the dialectic of the phrasal with the other instruments. ”

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