Philip Modinos - Tenor - Biography English


Philip Modinos has been active in the world of performing arts since1996. He started his studies with his father John Modenos and mother Jenny Drivala. Other teachers (in instruments as well) include John Apeitos, Zoe Zeniodi, Christos Papageorgiou, Yannis Georgiadis, Yannis Anastasakis.
He did his Bmus in Singing with John Wakefield and Mary Hill and later in Piano with Douglas Finch at Trinity College of Music. Better known for his singing, (but with many important credits as pianist and conductor), he has sung some of the greatest roles in the Operatic repertoire in Greece, Cyprus, England, Italy, Spain, France, Germany, America and Egypt. He has received exceptional reviews for his work. He has appeared with: National Opera of Greece – Athens, Athens Concert Hall, Thessaloniki Concert Hall, Larisa Conservatory, National Orchestra of Athens, National Orchestra of Thessaloniki, Municipal Orchestra of Athens, Municipal Orchestra of Thessaloniki, Larisa Symphony Orchestra, Opera Alexandria (Egypt), Opera Classica Europa (Germany), Teatro della Feria – Valladollid(Spain), Bellano Lyrica – Bellano(Italy), Barbican Centre – London, St John's Smith Square – London, 16th Festival of Ancient Drama – Cyprus, to name but a few. He has also worked for the National Theatre of Greece as well as the company “Theatriki Diadromi”. Roles include: Radames (Aida), Manrico (Il Trovatore), Thanos (Perouze), Rodolfo (La Bohème), Cavaradossi (Tosca), Pollione (Norma), Don Carlo, Don Jose (Carmen), Pinkerton (Butterfly), Turridu (Cavalleria Rusticana), Siegfried(Siegfried),Idomeneo, Canio/Pepe (Pagliacci), Alfredo (Traviata), Lensky auf Englisch (Onegin), Adorno (Boccanegra), Otello/Cassio (Otello), Ishmael (Nabucco), Luigi (Il tabarro), Creonte (Antigona), Macduff (Macbeth), Verdi - Requiem, Dream of Gerontius, Puccini - Messa di Gloria, Dvorak Stabbat Mater, Saint-Saëns Oratorio de Nöel, Stravinsky - Les Noces, Bruckner - Te Deum, Chilcott Requiem.

Philip will do his first collaboration with the Royal Opera House in the Spring of 2020, as a cover for Turridu, Canio and Don Carlo.

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