Theodora Stamoulaki is a professional Classical Trained Singer and a Musician with excellent theoretical knowledge in West Classical Music.
After graduating from the Royal Academy of Music where she acquired her Postgraduate Diploma in Performance Specialising in Singing she continued working as freelancer singing and piano teacher and concert singer.
Theodora studied Piano, Advanced Harmony, Counterpoint and Analysis of Music Form, before turning to Vocal studies at the Athens Conservatory in Greece. She then obtained her Undergraduate Diploma in Singing with Honours and First Prize with the renowned Greek Lyric Soprano Ioulia Troussa. She continued her Postgraduate Singing studies with the renowned Sopranos Alison Pearce and Diane Forlano at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Theodora has participated and attended numerous Vocal master classes with renowned Singers such as Fragiskos Voutsinos, Robert Tear, Alison Pearce, Denis O’ Neil, Jose Cura, Ann Muray, Ann Howels, Paul Kiesgen at the Royal Academy as well as abroad. She also attended masterclasses regarding the interpretation of the Baroque Music given by the Musicologist Panagiotis Adam, and the interpretation of Mathew’s Passion given by the International Bachakademie of Stuttgart under the Conductor Helmut Rilling.
Her operatic roles feature: Pamina and the First Boy in “Magic Flute”, Susanna and Countess in “Le Nozze di Figaro” Fiordilidgi in “Cosi fan tutte” by Mozart, Belinda in ” Dido and Aeneas” by Purcell, Foreign Woman in “The Counsul” by Menotti, Chimene in “Le Cid” by Massenet, Rosalinde in “Die Fledermaus” by Strauss, Larina in “Eugene Onegin” by Tchaikovsky among others. Theodora has a deep love for music and for the human voice and approaches the subject in case with care.
”The human voice is the most beautiful of all instruments and its expressiveness will always make us dream” ”I welcome all students who would like to explore their own voice through music”.