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In 2022 Georgia made her debut in Carl Orff's Carmina Burana with the Filmorchester Babelsberg in Neurupin-Kulturkirche and subsequently in Nikolaisaal-Potsdam where she also sang this year Haydn's Die Schöpfung with the Neues Kammerorchester Potsdam. She performed as a scholarship holder of the Richard Wagner Association in the Komische Oper Foyer in May and in June in Bayreuth-Europasaal. She also sang in the very first recording of the Cantata a quattro voci by C.F.Pollarolo and Serenata a Quatro voci by N.Porpora with the Baroque Berlin Ensemble 'Le maschere galanti'.
In 2021 Georgia made her debut as Valencienne in the operetta "The Merry Widow" with Opera Classica Productions. With the support of Ars-Augusta e.V in Görlitz, she sang the very first recording of the cycle 'Lied der Sappho' by Mathilde Kralik von Meyrswalden, with Danai Vritsiou on the piano. The cycle together with a selection of other philhellenic songs will be released on CD in December 2021 under the title 'A Song for Hellas'. She also sang the role of Rodope in the very first recording of A.Bioni's opera 'Issipile'. The opera was released as a video production by the Stettin Theater in November.
In the 2019/20 season, Georgia sang Clarice in the opera Gli astrologi immaginari /G.Paisiello in Strasbourg with the Ensemble Generation Baroque under the direction of Martin Gester. The production will repeat in 2023. She was also seen in Berlin as Galatea in Acis e Galatea / Händel. She also recorded her first Audiobook ' Ein Glas aufs Land und eins auf die See' with Opernale 2020 in the role of Freya (Regie: Henriette Sehmsdorf)
At age 19, she sang her first opera role (Sangaride, Atys / J.B. Lully) in a production of the Petite Opera du Monde in Athens and since then has added important performances and roles in her repertoire. She was Belinda (Dido and Aeneas) under the direction of Richard Stanley, Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro) at ETA Hoffmann Theater Bamberg, Zerlina (Don Giovanni) under the baton of Bruno Weill at Schloss Weikersheim, 2nd Fairy (The Fairy Queen) in 2014 under the direction of Benjamin Bayl, Satirino (La Calisto) 2012 and twice 2.Knabe (The Magic Flute) in 2010 and 2014. She successfully debuted as Adele (Die Fledermaus) in 2015, after having won the 3rd Prize in the Open Audition of the Opera Classica in Bad Schwalbach, Germany and repeated the role in the same production in 2016. She received a scholarship from the Foundation Neuzelle, where she successfully performed in 2016 as Dorinda (Orlando). She was also as Berta, Il barbiere di Siviglia / Rossini (Dionysia Opera Festival 2017) next to the renominated baritone Alfonso Antoniozzi.
She won the Rheinsberger Kammeroper Singing Competition in 2018, as well as the Special Prize 'Best Classical Aria' of the 2nd International 'Giulio Perotti' Singing Competition in 2012. As the winner of the '2018 Belcanto Master Class' with Doreen Defeis and James Cooper, she performed with the Philharmonisches Kammerorchester Wernigerode in an Opera Gala in 2018.
As a concert singer she performed in the Stuttgarter Bachakademie 2019 in Johannespassion by G.P. Telemann under the direction of Hans-Christoph Rademann. Performances as a concert singer include Ein Deutsches Requiem (J. Brahms) with the Komische Oper Orchester, with which she also performed Die Schöpfung (J. Haydn) in 2016. In Horto Festival , she sang the Soprano Solo in Beethoven's Missa in C dur.
She studied singing in Corfu (Ionian University), Vienna (Conservatory Private University) and finally Berlin (University of the Arts) with Prof. Julie Kaufmann. Part of her training also included masterclasses / private lessons with Barbara Bonney, Angelika Kirschlager, Emma Kirkby, Kai Wessel, John Norris, Doreen Defeis.