Georgios Papadimitriou

baritone or bass voice
About

A vigorous young artist, Georgios Papadimitriou, has been described as an “excellent singer… of whom Stanislavski would be proud… with his completely developed character on stage” (The Catskill Chronicle, August 2012) and as “an attractive and capable protagonist… [singing] with dexterity and élan” (Brooklyn Daily Eagle, November 2013). 

Born in Thessaloniki, Greece on February 26th, 1986 Georgios began his musical studies at the age of 5 by taking piano lessons. His love for opera grew while he was a chorus member at the Greek National Opera and the Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation.

In 2010, shortly after graduating with his Vocal Performance Diploma from the Conservatory of Classical and Contemporary Music in Athens, Georgios won the Greek State Scholarships Foundation’s grant to continue his vocal studies in America. Since then, he has graduated with his Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College – The City University of New York and has performed extensively along the east coast of the US.

Georgios’ recent opera credits include Dulcamara in L'Elisir d'Amore with Vocal Productions NYC, Pistola in Falstaff and Chamberlain in Le Rossignol with The Brooklyn College Opera Theatre, Colline in La Bohème with Regina Opera and the Staten Island Philharmonic, Betto in Gianni Schicchi with Opera Experience Southeast, Dr Grenvil in La Traviata with Delaware Valley Opera and Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro with Regina Opera.

Georgios currently resides in Germany where he is pursuing his dream of singing while he is studying at the Würzburg Academy of Music under the guidance of soprano Cheryl Studer.

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MOZART FOR YOU; MOZART FOR ME; MOZART FOR EVERYONE
2013-11-25 Voce di meche, New York City
"Bass-baritone Georgios Papadimitriou was outstanding, both vocally and dramatically; he created a Figaro who was charming and wily."
(Meche Kroop)
REVIEW from 2013-11-25  
Shakespeare Sings No More
2012-08-20 The Catskill Chronicle, Narrowsburg
"Standouts in the afternoon: [Georgios Papadimitriou] of whom Stanislavksi would be proud, with his carrying through his completely developed character during his non-singing and non-acting moments on stage, not to mention his excellent singing and humorous use of a French accent."
(Barry Plaxen)
REVIEW from 2012-08-20  
Regina Opera presents Mozart’s "The Marriage of Figaro"
2013-12-05 Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn
"[Figaro sung by] Georgios Papadimitriou who proved to be an attractive and capable protagonist with a firm steady bass. His nicely sung "Non piu andrai" [and] other arias [of] Figaro [were] all sung with dexterity and elan."
(Nino Pantano)
REVIEW from 2013-12-05  
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