Kyriaki Gkoudina is an international (Greece) Doctorate student in Composition, at Michigan State University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Film Studies in Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki (2014) with specialization in Film Music, while studying Harmony (3 years) and Counterpoint of the 16th Century and Baroque (2 years). She earned a fellowship to attend Michigan State University and earned her Master’s Degree under the guidance of D. Biedenbender and L. Goeringer. She is currently studying music composition and visual narrative with Dr. Mark Sullivan. She has composed music for plays, as well as for films and documentaries. Finally, she has sound designed interactive performances and films.