Natassa Aggelopoulou

Musician, Chorusmaster
She studied choral conducting, solo singing, cello, piano and accordion, receiving awards and highest distinctions in all of them. She went on to study Musicology, majoring in orchestra conducting at Greece’s Ionian University, winning a state scholarship every year of her studies and graduating with the highest grade point average in the entire university. She pursued graduate studies and attended seminars at the Bach Academy of Munich, singing under the direction of Helmuth Rilling. As a soloist, she collaborated with the Greek National Symphony Orchestra of the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation (ERT), the Camerata Orchestra, the Athens University Orchestra, etc., performing mainly oratorios, such as Handel's Messiah and Haydn's Die Schöpfung, as well as Bach’s cantatas and more. She has also sung the roles of Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) and Pamina (Die Zauberflöte) and has recorded for the Greek state radio’s Third Program. She worked with the Institute for Research on Music and Acoustics (ΙΕΜΑ), as well as with various orchestras and ensembles as cellist. She has conducted the Athens Conservatory choir, the ERT Contemporary Music Orchestra, the Ionian University orchestra and choir, as well as smaller orchestras, in works by Fauré (Requiem), Vivaldi (Gloria), Mozart (Symphony No. 40), etc. She taught choir singing at the Athens Conservatory. She is a member of the Family Voices ensemble and has collaborated with the Patmos Religious Music Festival (2010) and with Ergon Ensemble (2015). She worked with the GNO once, as a chorus master in the staging of the operetta Die lustige Witwe (2011-12). // Last update of the biography: November 2020 - The list of the productions below is complete.