Dimitrios Theodoridis, born March 1989, is an experienced early music specialist and composer of Greek descent from New Zealand, living in Berlin, Germany.

Theodoridis’ passion is for medieval and renaissance vocal repertoire. His musical experience spans over ten years of playing the harpsichord, organ, and singing with leading vocal ensembles: Baroque Voices, the Tudor Consort, Consortium Vocale Berlin and Hortus Vocalis (Berlin). Theodoridis is the founder and director of Ékstases, which specialises in medieval repertoire.

He graduated from the New Zealand School of Music with an honours degree in Historical Musicology and also majored in Composition. During this time, he began producing concerts of early music and serving as a board member on various committees for music and the arts including the Hellenic New Zealand Congress.