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Nicholas Dinopoulos - bass baritone

The young bass-baritone Nicholas Dinopoulos studied at The University of Melbourne with Merlyn Quaife and furthered his training at The Opera Studio Melbourne. He presently works under the guidance of Roger Howell.

His operatic roles comprise Caronte/Plutone (L'Orfeo), Bartolo/Antonio (Le Nozze di Figaro), Leporello (Don Giovanni), Martino (L'Occasione fa il Ladro), L'Apparizione/Il Medico (Macbeth) Mars (Orphée aux Enfers), The Goldsmith (The Juniper Tree) and the title role in Cimarosa's Il Maestro di Cappella. He will create the role of The Poet in the world premiere performances of Constantine Koukias’ The Barbarians for IHOS Opera in January.

Nicholas’ concert repertoire includes the Puccini Messa di Gloria, Britten Rejoice in the Lamb, Grainger Tribute to Foster, Dvorak Stabat Mater, Fauré Requiem, Schubert Mass in G, Haydn Harmoniemesse and the Mozart Requiem, Coronation Mass, Solemn Vespers and Great Mass in C minor in addition to several oratorios by Händel and the Mass in B minor, St. Matthew Passion, Ascension Oratorio, Magnificat and various cantatas by J.S. Bach.

Around Melbourne, he has appeared regularly as part of the Bach Cantata series at St. John's Southgate, is frequently heard in live-to-air broadcasts on 3MBS FM and has presented song recitals for the Australian Catholic University, The University of Melbourne and further afield for the Go North Arts Festival and St. James' Church, King Street – Sydney.

Under the artistic patronage of Graham Johnson, he also forms part of Songmakers Australia. Plans for 2012 include recitals at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Melbourne Recital Centre, as well as a Sunday Live broadcast for ABC Classic FM.

Additionally, Nick has the pleasure of being on staff at the Australian Boys Choral Institute and working with the training groups of the Australian Boys Choir.

Biography Copyright 2011 Nicholas Dinopoulos

Nicholas Dinopoulos has appeared with the Zelman Symphony in the following concerts:

3 December 2011 - Bruch's Masterpiece


The above details were supplied by the individual performer and were current at the time of their last performance with the Zelman Symphony.

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