Maria Zoi

Maria Zoi

Lyric Mezzo-Soprano

Greek mezzo-soprano
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The Greek mezzo-soprano Maria Zoi already exhibits a significant stage experience, including operatic and concert performances in some of the most distinguished theatres and concert halls in Greece and Europe, such as the Greek National Opera, Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens Concert Hall (Megaron), Royal Theatre of Thessaloniki, Carl Orff Saal Gasteig Munich, Concert Hall of the  Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, Prinzregententheater Munich, Townhall of Vienna, Baden am Wien Theatre (Vienna), Ephesus ancient Theatre Turkey. Her repertoire varies from Mozart and the Rossini coloratura, to French composers like Massenet, Offenbach and Gounod. She studied Classical singing in Athens, under the acclaimed Greek tenor Zachos Terzakis and also in the University of Music & Performing Arts in Munich, from where she received the highest qualification Degree (Meisterklasse Gesang). She is currently vocally supervised by the renowned mezzo-soprano KS Jeanne Piland. Furthermore, she took part in international Opera Masterclasses with Cheryl Studer, Hedwig Fassbender, Gabriele Lechner and Bernd Weikl. As a soloist, she has cooperated with the most important symphony orchestras of Greece: State Orchestra of Thessaloniki, City of Thessaloniki Symphony Orchestra, City of Athens Symphony Orchestra and the Kammerorchester Orpheus Wien. In June 2016 she will perform for the first time with the Nürnberger Symphoniker. Finally, it is worth mentioning her early but important career on the "Greek Art Music" stage. Since the renowned Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis revealed her natural vocal talent, just at the age of fifteen, Maria Zoi took part in numerous concerts and discography interpreting his works and was established as one of the most ideal interpreters of his music. In the parallel with Music, she received her BA in Mass Media & Communication and her MA Degree in Political Communication, from the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens.
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