Lefteris Pavlopoulos

Light Designer
He was born in Athens in 1950 and studied cinema specializing in photography. Since 1971, he has worked in film, television and advertising productions and has received a number of honors and awards. Since 1986, he has been designing the lighting for ancient drama performances, as well as for modern Greek and world repertory (at the National Theatre, State Theatre of Northern Greece, Athens Concert Hall, Municipal Theaters (DIPETHE) in various Greek cities, etc.), and in performances at the ancient theaters of Delphi, Epidaurus, Dodoni and Herodeion. He has designed lighting for performances which have traveled to America, Australia, Canada, Russia, as well as to European cities. He has worked with the Athens Concert Hall as lighting designer and director of photography in the show ”...Kai me fos kai me thanaton akatapafstos” (…And with light and with death, incessantly), directed by Costa Gavras. He has also designed the lighting for international opera productions, such as Macbeth for the Festival of Two Worlds (Festival dei Due Mondi) in Spoleto, Italy and The Coronation of Poppaea [L'incoronazione di Poppea] for the Cremona Opera. He has been collaborating with the GNO since 2006. He has designed the lighting for numerous productions such as Carmen (Odeon of Herodes Atticus, 2007), The Masterbuilder [Protomastoras] (Athens Concert Hall, 2007/08), Norma (Odeon of Herodes Atticus, 2010), Tosca (Athens Concert Hall, 2010/11), Nabucco (2006/07), A masked ball [Un ballo in maschera] (2011/12), The elixir of love [L'elisir d'amore] (2011/12), Don Giovanni (2013/13, Odeon of Herodes Atticus, etc. // Last update of the biography: December 2015 - The list of productions below is continually updated.