Zoe Zeniodis works both as a conductor and pianist in the United States, Asia and Europe. Back in America she has collaborated with the Bogota Philarmonic Orchestra together with Stephen Hough and Lise de la Salle, the New England Symphonic Ensemble (Carnegie Hall), the Palm Beach Symphony Orchestra, the Broward Symphony Orchestra, the Alhambra Orchestra, as well as the Florida Grand Opera for a number of years. She has been selected by Dalas Opera House as a member of the Institute of Women Conductors and has been the first woman to ever conduct the Southwest Opera of New Mexico. She has conducted, inter alia, in Europe and Asia the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, the South Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Star Symphonic Orchestra, the Orchestra, Classica Toscana, the Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, the Thessaloniki State Orchestra, the National Symphonic Orchestra HBC (Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation) and Camerata and has also cooperated with the Narional Greek Opera and Stegi – Onassis Foundation. She has been conductor and art director at the Broward Symphony Orchestra (2010-2017), the Greek Turkish Youth Orchestra (2017), MOUSA (2015), the Alhambra Orchestra (2012-2015) and has served as partner maestro of the Frost Symphony Orchestra (2007-2011) and the Aegean Festival (2014-2016). Her discography past has been considerable and has been released by companies such as Albany Records but she has also performed as a pianist in historic concert halls and international festivals in the U.S., Russia, Latin America, and Europe.