Konstantinos Stavridis

Soloist, Tenor
He was born in Athens, where he studied harmony and piano. The roles he sang include: Narete [The Faithful Nymph/La fida ninfa] and Tamino [The Magic Flute/Die Zauberflöte] at the Athens Conservatory; Count of Lerma [Don Carlo] at the Athens Concert Hall; and, Iro [The Return of Ulysses to his homeland/Il ritorno d’ Ulisse in patria] at the Ancient Corinth Festival. In collaboration with the European Opera Center he appeared in the opera The Child and the Spells [L'enfant et les sortilèges] (Liverpool, Preston). He collaborated with the GNO in 2005-2007, interpreting the roles: Gastone [The fallen woman/La traviata], Beppe [Pagliacci] and Spoletta [Tosca]. He also worked with the GNO Experimental Stage, singing the role of Harlekin [The Emperor of Atlantis/Der Kaiser von Atlantis], as well as with the GNO Children’s Stage in the adaptation of the roles Nemorino [The elixir of love/L' Elisir d'amore] and Orphée, Aristée and Pluton [Orpheus in the Underworld/Orphée aux Enfers]. Finally, he collaborated with the Chamber Opera, singing the role of Monsieur Vogelsang in Mozart’s The Impresario [Der Schauspieldirektor] (2006/07).