RETURNRodula Gaitanou

Rodula Gaitanou

She was born in Athens and lives in London. She studied violin and theory at the Musical Horizons Conservatory. She studied musicology (Sorbonne), music dramaturgy and opera staging (University of Paris 8) and theatre (International Theatre School Jacques Lecoq). She has worked as an assistant director in France, Greece, Italy, Ireland and England. As a director, she has worked with the Hobart Baroque Festival (Tasmania), Royal Opera House (Covent Garden, London), Scottish Opera and Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, British Youth Opera, King's Head Theatre, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Opera North, Arcola Theatre, Paris 8 Opera Workshop, etc. She was a member of the Jet Parker Young Artists Programme at the Royal Opera House and regularly works on productions and revivals. Her production of L'isola disabitata (Haydn, Tasmania 2013) was nominated for the Australian Helpmann Awards (categories Best Opera Production, Best Opera Director). In 2014, she was nominated for the Independent Opera Director's Award (London). // Last update of the biography: October 2014 - The list of productions below is complete.