Keti Stellaki

Soloist, Soprano
She was born in Athens. She studied on a Georgios Nazos commemorative scholarship at the Athens Conservatory under Marika Kalfopoulou, graduating in 1963 with first prize. She continued her studies at the Mozarteum University Salzburg and Music Academy of Vienna under Elisabeth Radó and Alexander Kolo, graduating in 1967. She joined a tour with the Raymond Theater group, and participated in the operetta Viennese Blood [Wiener Blut] in cities of the US and Canada. She gave recitals and collaborated in radio and television shows, while she also worked with various musical institutions. She collaborated with the GNO as a resident member from 1967 to 1990, performing roles in more than 20 productions and/or revivals of at least 12 operas and one operetta. She sang supporting and primarily auxiliary roles, including: First Lady, Second Lady [The magic flute/Die Zauberflöte], Giulietta [The tales of Hoffmann/Les contes d’Hoffmann], Afentra [Spring fairy tale/Aniksiatiko Paramythi], Mercédès [Carmen], Annina [The fallen woman/La traviata], Ines [The troubadour/Il trovatore], Attendant of Lady Macbeth [Macbeth], Masha [The Queen of Spades], Queen Amalia and Queen Frederica [Kostas Karyotakis], etc.