Theodoros Androulis

Soloist, Baritone
He was born in 1905. He has sung with the 3rd Greek Melodrama in the opera L’amico Fritz in 1932. Thereafter he collaborated with the Athens Melodrama by Ulysses Lappas and then for several years with the GNO, where, during the period from 1940 to 1950, he participated in 15 presentations of lyrical works, 31 productions and/or production revivals. Most of these works were premiered by the newly created GNO. He appeared, among others, in the operas Madama Butterfly (1940-1941), Die Entführung aus dem Serail (1941), Il barbiere di Siviglia (1941-1942), Carmen (1941-1942, 1942-1943), Gianni Schicchi (1941-1942), Tosca (1949-1950) et al. He also excelled in operetta roles such as Der Zigeunerbaron (1941), The Cretan Girl [I Kritikopoula] (1944-1945), Giuditta (1941-1942), Das Land des Lächelns, Eine Nacht in Venedig (1942-1943), Die lustige Witwe (1942-1943), Boccaccio (1941). Later on he turned to the free theatre. He participated in the film version of the operetta Christina of Theophrastos Sakellaridis by Yannis Dalianidis (1960). He passed away in 1968. // Last update of the biography: November 2020 - The list of the productions below is continually updated.