Vassia Zacharopoulou

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Ministry of Culture and Sports: The GNO free broadcasts schedule will come to an end on the 30th of April with “Prince Ivan and the Firebird”

The initiative of streaming performances of the Greek National Opera online and via ERT2 TV, continues with great success. In total, the first four GNO’s broadcasts (Carmen, Dimitri Platanias’ recital, Swan Lake and Die Fledermaus) were viewed by over 350,000 visitors of, the GNO’s channel on YouTube, the GNO’s[…]

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Cancelation of upcoming performances due to coronavirus outbreak

Vassia’ s upcoming performances and concerts have been canceled at the moment due to the ongoing  coronavirus outbreak. Specifically, concerning her participation to Greek Festival’s new opera production The Soccer Opera, it has been postponed for September 2020. The Artistic Director and all Festival employees are hard at work in order to[…]

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Leporella – Review @ Athinorama

“…”From the rest of the cast, special amendments should be made vocaly to the soprano Vassia Zacharopoulou for her interpretation of Hilda, and dramatically to bass Petros Magoulas”…” by Eftichios Choriatakis

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Leporella – Review @

…And now, when are we going to see such a play Again? by George Leotsakos “…” The whole casting has been a great choice of artists with high quality vocal and acting standards.”…” Vassia Zacharopoulou (soprano, Hilda Guntel) has been irresistible as the pastry’s chef daughter.

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Leporella – Review @ Forum Opera

Une célèbre caricature de Sigmund Freud montre le père de la psychanalyse auquel se superpose le corps d’une femme nue. Intitulée What’s on a Man’s Mind, elle prétend nous montrer « ce qu’un homme a dans la tête ». Avec la nouvelle Leporella (1925), Stefan Zweig imaginait ce qui pouvait se passer[…]

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Leporella – Review @ Newe Merker

“…”The vocal ensemble offers good performances with Tassos Apostolou as Baron, Myrsini Margariti as Baroness, Vassia Zacharopoulou as Hilda, Niki Haziraki as Hannah, Evita Hioti as the Opera Singer and Petros Magoulas as Anton, experienced house forces stranded on stage.”…”

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