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JULIA SOUGLAKOU

Julia Souglakou studied singing at the National Conservatory of Athens and in London under the tutelage of Vera Rozsa on a Maria Callas scholarship. In 1994 she made her début at the Greek National Opera, playing the rôle of Nedda (Pagliacci). Since then she has appeared regularly there, with rôles including Elvira (Ernani), Amelia (Simone Boccanegra), the Countess (Le nozze di Figaro), Santuzza (Cavalleria rusticana), Anna Bolena, Freia (Rheingold), Lady Macbeth, Leonora (Il trovatore), Gioconda, and Madre (Il prigionero). She has also interpreted leading parts in operas by Greek composers, including works by Kalomiris, Samaras, Kounadis, Theodorakis, and Mikroutsikos. She has appeared in concerts, festivals and opera-houses in Greece and abroad, with a wide range of personal recitals and chamber music concerts.

Role: Classical Artist 
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