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Tassos Apostolou

Soloist, Bass
He studied classical singing under the Professor Frangiskos Voutsinos. Having won a scholarship by the Foundation “Alexander S. Onassis” he continued his studies in Milan, Italy, where he excelled in a major international opera competition. He also took acting and directing seminars under Luca Ronconi at Milan’s Piccolo Teatro. He graduated from the School of Political Science at the University of Athens and the Veaki Drama School. He collaborated as a soloist with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra and nearly all Greek music institutions: Athens Concert Hall, Thessaloniki Opera, Athens State Orchestra, Orchestra of Colors, Orchestra of the Municipality of Athens, Greek Ensemble of Contemporary Music. He sang in the UN building in New York on the occasion of completing 61 years since the foundation of the institution. Also, at the Lincoln Center in New York, in Boston, at the inauguration of the New Library in Alexandria, Egypt, in Milan, Italy and elsewhere. He collaborated in premiers of works and recordings with prominent Greek composers. He starred in ancient and contemporary theatrical repertoire in productions of the National Theatre, the Art Theatre, in Epidaurus, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus and elsewhere. He collaborated with renowned directors. He played in films of Theodoros Angelopoulos, L. Xanthopoulos, M. Eliou, Antoinette Angelides and in television productions of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT). He also sang the role of Seneca in the work The Coronation of Poppea [L’incoronazione di Poppea] (Athens Festival, 2011). At the GNO he has sung in such productions as La bohème, The Puritans [I Puritani], Faust, The Sicilian Vespers [I vespri Siciliani], Cinderella [La cenerentola], Macbeth, Werther, Madame Butterfly [Madama Butterfly], Don Giovanni, Manon Lescaut, Tosca, ​​Marathon-Salamis et al. // Last update of the biography: December 2015 - The list of productions below is continually updated.