Baritone Dionysios Sourbis was born on the island of Zakynthos in 1978.
In 2005 he got his singing Diploma with honors and the first prize of the Conservatorium under the guidance of George Samartzis. That same year he wins the Maria Callas scholarship which enables him to move to Italy and continue his vocal studies with the Maestro Claude Thiolas.
He won many opera competitions. Here are the most important ones: The “Toti dal Monte” Competition in Treviso for the role of Ford in Falstaff of G.Verdi. He won the first prize of “Iris Adami Corradetti” Competition and the “Circolo della Lirica di Padova” scholarship. He won both the First Prize and Public Prize of “Pertile-Martinelli” Competition, the “Spiros Argiris” competition and the “V. Bellini” Competition. In 2013 he received honors from the Association of Greek Theatre and Music Critics.
He has collaborated with the National Orchestra of Athens, the Orchestra of Teatro La Fenice and the Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra. He has appeared at the Theatre La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Pergolesi of Jesi, Teatro of Treviso, Teatro dell’ Aquila of Fermo and others. He has performed successfully the roles of Sotiris in “Mother’s ring”, Figaro in ”Il Barbiere di Siviglia”, Germont in “Traviata”, Ford in “Falstaff”, Marcello in “La Bohéme”, Belcore in “Elisir d’amore”, Silvio in “Pagliacci”, Valetin in “Faust”, Battone in “L’ Inganno felice”, Danilo in "The Merry Widow", Conte d'Almaviva in "Nozze di Figaro" (Regio di Torino Theatre) and Sharpless in "Madam Butterfly". In 2013 he made his debut at the Royal Opera House in London on the role of Pink in Turandot.
He participated in many concerts at “Megaron Mussikis” in Athens, at Circolo Culturale Lirico Bolognese in Bologna with the famous baritone Alessandro Corbelli, at Rome Opera House, at Rai Uno Television, etc.