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Cleo Mitilineou

Cleo Mitilineou

Award-winning soprano Cleo Mitilineou holds a MA in Singing – Music Teaching and in Opera from the Franz Liszt Academy of Music-State University of Budapest, Hungary. She furthered her studies at the Opera studio of the Hungarian State Opera between 2001-2003. In 2001 she made her debut as Juliette in Gounod’s Romeo and Juliette, and since then she has been a soloist at the Hungarian State Opera .

Recipient of several international awards-including the special prize in the Don Giovanni Singing Competition in Verona, first prizes in the Miskolc Opera Festival Competition and in Haydn competition in Hungary-as well as winner of many scholarships such as the Magda Olivero scholarhip in the Francisco Vinias Singing Competition in Barcelona, Cleo Mitilineou has also been a semifinalist in the prestigious Cardiff Singer of the World . She has also been an active participant in master classes by renowned opera figures, such as Margarita Lilova, Eva Marton, Renata Scotto, Ileana Cotrubas, Sherril Milnes and Antoine Palloc.

Mitilineou has collaborated with eminent conductors including Carlo Rizzi, Michael Jurowski, Zoltan Kocsis, Pal Nemeth, Gyorgy Vashegyi, Ivan Parik, Peter Csaba, Kovacs Janos and Maciej Zoltowsky, and has appeared as a soloist with distinguished orchestras , such as the Welsh National Philharmonic, the Hungarian National Philharmonic, the Cairo National Philharmonic, the BM Duna Symphonic Orchestra, the T-Com Orchestra, and the Savaria Orchestra among others.

Her operatic repertoire encompasses a wide range of roles, such as Suzanna in Le Nozze di Figaro and Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Musetta in La Boheme, Norina in Don Pasquale, Adina in L’Elisir d’amore, Frasquita in Carmen and Clorinda in La Cenerentola, among others. Active on the concert platform, Cleo Mitilineou has sung in Haydn’s The Creation for Cairo Opera, in Halevy’s La Juive –in the Budapest Jewish Festival, in Ravel’s Seherezade, in Mozart’s Requiem and in Mahler’s Fourth and Eight symphonies.

In Cyprus she performed for the first time in 2003 in a song recital at the Rialto theatre, followed by another recital at the Markidion theatre. Moreover she was invited to perform with the Cyprus State Orchestra - Strovolos Municipality theatre and Rialto theatre , with the Emmelia Choir - conducted by Ms. Eleni Kyprianou ( Pasydy and Pattihion theatres), and with the Pafos Municipality Children’s Choir - conducted by Ms.Kleopatra Kotsoni. She also performed at the Casteliotissa hall, ( hosted by the Pharos Trust ) at the Meseoniki Epavli – Musio ( hosted by the Kouklia council and the Ministry of Education and Culture) and at the Pallas theatre ( Nicosia, hosted by the Hungarian Embassy).

In June 2010 she represented Greece and Cyprus in the International Opera festival of Miskolc, giving a song recital of Greek, Cypriot and Hungarian music.

Mitilineou has appeared in many tv and radio interwiews with Ert sat, Rik, Hungarian M1 and the BBC of Whales.

Ms. Mitilineou is currently singing with the Hungarian State Opera and appearing in concerts abroad. She also teaches privately and holds master-classes.


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First Name: Cleo
Last Name: Mitilineou

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