Educated in Greece and France, Dimitris Kamarotos studied composition, clarinet, musicology, and music analysis with Emile Damais, Marc Battier, Maurice Jarre, and Iannis Xenakis. He worked at IRCAM (Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique) and the Contemporary Music Research Center in ATHENS.
His music and sound design contributes to the development of theatrical dramaturgy. He has collaborated with many directors in Greece and abroad, on performances presented at the National Theater, Epidaurus, and international festivals. His music moves easily between the natural/vocal and the electroacoustic/acousmatic. His most recent release is the LP Electromagnetic Landscapes (Intersonic_Recordings 2018).