Petros Moschos was born in Athens, Greece. He was awarded his first scholarship at the National Conservatory of Athens where he graduated with the "Award of Excellence". Then he entered the Music Department of the American College of Greece where he studied with Dimitris Toufexis. He was awarded a scholarship to study with Piers Lane and Frank Wibaut at the Postgraduate Advanced Course of the Royal Academy of Music in London where he graduated with "Merit". He continued his studies with James Gibb at the City University where he gained his Master's degree with distinction, as well as his Doctor of Musical Arts. He has also worked with the italian pianist Gloria Gili, Paul Badura-Skoda and Maria Curcio.
He has won noumerous prizes at National Piano Competitions as well as the "Lilian Davies" Piano Prize (Royal Academy of Music 1996) and the prestigious "Eleni Mykoniou" Prize awarded by the 'Athens Academy' for his artistic activity.
Petros has performed widely in Europe and America and has been soloist with the Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Bad-Wiesse Orchester, Filarmonica di Torino, City University Symphony Orchestra, Further Streichholzer Orchester and others.
He has appeared many times in the Greek and German Television and has broadcast for the Hellenic Radio 3 and the Bayerischer Rundfunk.
His debut CD was released in 1999 with works of Beethoven, Brahms and Chopin.
Petros is very grateful for the generous support of the foundations: Lilian Voudouri, IKY, Propontis and the Royal Academy of Music