Gina Fotinopoulou

Soloist, Soprano
She studied Greek Literature at the University of Athens and classic song in the Athens Conservatory under Kiki Morfoniou and ot her monody diploma with honors. She went on to study performing arts at Middlesex University in London. She also had voice lessons in jazz with Angela Elliot of the Royal Academy of London. She has worked with symphony orchestras and smaller music ensembles in theaters and music venues within and outside Greece as: Athens and Thessaloniki Concert Halls, Herodeion, Small Theater of Epidaurus, "Kennedy" Center in Washington. She sang the anthem of the Special Olympics at the opening ceremony of the games in 2004 and starred in the ceremony for the revival of the first Olympic Games (Kallimarmaro Stadium, 2013). In 2008, she founded the "Study-Learning-Culture Center" in Nea Smyrni and the children's choir "Εumelia". She participated in the production "In the light of the night' (Small Theater Epidaurus, 2005), the musical Annie (Broadway Theater, 2006) and starred in the operetta The Godson (Athens Concert Hall, 2012). She works with the GNO since 2002, singing leading and principal soprano roles in operettas such as: Lily Sourmeli (Il fiore di Levante, Acropol, 2002), Hedonism (The Love Virus, Acropol, 2010), Valentin (Die lustige Witwe, Olympia, 2012), Halima (Olympia, 2013). He participated in the production of Children's Theater The Magic Flute (Olympia, 2012). She has sang the role of Vixen (The Cunning Little Vixen / Příhody lišky Bystroušky, Olympia Theatre, 2014-15). // Last update of the biography: January 2017 - The list of the productions below is continually updated.