RETURNTatiana Tsachouridou

Tatiana Tsachouridou

Soloist, Soprano
She studied singing at the Hellenic Conservatory under Anna Sarantidiou, as well as and piano under Dimitra Helmi. In 1953 she obtained her diplomas in piano and singing with honors and first prize. She continued her studies in Milan. She initially worked as ancient drama chorister with the National Theater of Greece (1951). She made her GNO debut in 1954 as Barbarina [The marriage of Figaro/Le nozze di Figaro]. She was a resident member with the GNO in the period 1954-1979, participating in about 80 productions and/or revivals. She sang starring and secondary soprano roles in 29 operas, including: Marguerite [Faust] (Odeon of Herodes Atticus, 1963), Margherita [Mefistofele], Cio-Cio-San [Madama Butterfly], Mimì [La bohème], Dorabella [Thus do they all/Così fan tutte], Nedda [Clowns/Pagliacci], Blanche [Dialogues des carmelites], Tatyana [Eugene Onegin], Pamina [The magic flute/Die Zauberflöte], Kseniya [Boris Godunov] Desdemona [Otello], Zerlina and Donna Elvira [Don Giovanni], Inès [La favorite], Antonia [The tales of Hoffmann/Les contes d'Hoffmann], etc. In addition, she sang starring and supporting roles in the operettas: The Little Dutch Girl [Das Hollandweibchen], The Circus Princess [Die Zirkusprinzessin], Countess Maritza [Gräfin Mariza], The Chocolate Soldier [Der tapfere Soldat], House of the three girls [Das Dreimäderlhaus], The Godson [O vaftistikos], etc. She has also appeared at the Caracas Festival (Venezuela) as Micaëla [Carmen] and at the Metropolitan Opera New York as Liù [Turandot]. She has sung oratorios with the Athens State Orchestra and the Athens Choir. // Last update of the biography: December 2015 - The list of productions below is continually updated.