Grigoriadis Charalampos was born in 1997 in Kozani, Greece. He began his studies at the Municipal Conservatory of Kozani, where he attended lessons for recorder and clarinet. In 2011 he became a member of the Kozani City Philharmonic Orchestra, Pandora, as a clarinettist. From 2015 to 2020 he studied at the Department of Music Science and Art of the University of Macedonia, where he attended double bass lessons with Professor Evgenios Politis. Since 2019 he studies at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki, in the double bass class of Professor Vassilis Liarmakopoulos. In September 2021 he was accepted to the Master's Programme ""Music Sciences and Arts"" of the University of Macedonia, from which he graduated in 2022. He has attended double bass masterclasses with Michael Barry Wolf (2016, University of Macedonia) and Wies de Boevé (2017, State Conservatory of Thessaloniki).
In 2022 he won the First Prize in Double Bass, 4th Category (23-27 years old) and the Orpheus Soloists Grand Prix at the 5th Panhellenic Orpheus Soloists Competition. He has participated in ensembles such as the Symphony Orchestra, the Wind Orchestra and the Big Band of the University of Macedonia, the Symphony Orchestra of the Thessaloniki State Conservatory, the Megaro Youth Symphony Orchestra of the Thessaloniki’s Concert Hall (MOYSA) and the Greek Youth Symphony Orchestra (GYSO). In 2023 he was selected to take part in the European Union Youth Orchestra summer tour.