Khharalampos Goyos

Composer, Conductor
He studied music theory with composers Philippos Tsalahouris and Dimitris Lionis. He is a graduate of the Department of Music Studies of the University of Athens. As a composer and conductor, he has collaborated with numerous institutions (Greek National Opera, Athens Epidaurus Festival, Athens and Thessaloniki Concert Halls, National Theatre of Greece, Greek Art Theatre “Karolos Koun”, Municipal Theatre of Piraeus, Onassis Stegi, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center, Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, BIOS, Neos Kosmos Theatre, Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation, Orchestra of Colours, Hellenic Ensemble of Contemporary Music, dissonArt ensemble, ARTéfacts ensemble, CHÓRES female choral ensemble, Documenta, Art Athina, Neuköllner Oper Berlin etc.) and distinguished figures in music, theatre, literature and art. His music has won awards in Greece, the UK and Czechia. His music for Sophocles’ Antigone (National Theatre of Greece, 2016) was awarded Best Music in the Cyprus Theatre Awards. He is a co-founder of the independent Athens music theatre company “The Beggars’ Operas”, with which he has appeared in Greece and abroad. From 2013 to 2015, he was Head of Studies of the Music Theatre Workshop of the Municipal and Regional Theatre of Patras. Since 2020, he has been an Artistic Associate of Dramaturgy and Publications for the Greek National Opera Alternative Stage and, since 2023, General Director of the CHÓRES female choral ensemble. He teaches at the Athens Conservatoire and the Drama School of the National Theatre of Greece. // Last update of the biography: March 2024 - The list of the productions below is continually updated.