Updated: 22-01-2013 13:26 | Artists
Christine ASSIMACOPOULOU was born in Athens in 1989.
In 2012 she performed in the role of Shepherd’s Boy at Puccini’s Tosca (Odeon of Herodes Atticus / National Opera of Greece).
She also performed as a soloist the soprano part in Haydn’s “Nelson Mass” with the Symphony Orchestra of the University of Athens (Athens, May 2012) and “Missa Brevis St. Joannis De Deo” of the same composer (Athens Youth Symphony Orchestra – Polyphonic Choir of Patras).
In 2001 she took part in the recordings of G. Kouroupos opera The Chessboard Fugitives.
In theatre she performed in Wedekind's Lulu and Tzanatou's Mazi pote/Head On directed by Chryssa Kapsouli (DameBlanche Dance and Theatre Company).
She attended voice masterclasses (International Summer Academy Mozarteum, Salzbourg), as well as workshops of music theatre (Guilford School of Acting) and mime (École Internationale de Mime Corporel Dramatique, Paris).
She is a senior student in the Department of Music Studies, University of Athens (section of Historical and Systematic Musicology).
She studies voice under Mata Katsouli.