Baritone Dionysios Sourbis was born on Zakynthos in 1978.
He received a Diploma with honors from the singing of George Samartzis class at the Alex Tournaisen conservatory, First Prize and Excellence Award.
In 2005 he won the Maria Callas scholarship which allowed him to continue his studies in Italy with Maestro Claude Thiolas.
He has won First Prizes and the Audience Awards at numerous international competitions among which: Totti dal Monte, Iris Adami-Koradetti, Pertile-MArtinelli, SpirosArgiris and V.Bellini. Furthermore, he has been awarded with the Laurence Olivier Award for the Cavalleria-Pagliacci production, holding the role of Silvio under the direction of conductor Antonio Pappano, at the Royal Opera House in London.
In addition, he has received honors from the Union of Greek Critics for Drama and Music.
Since year 2000 he is cooperating with the National Opera of Greece as a soloist.
Till now, he has performed at major opera houses and concert halls. Among his cooperations, the Odeon of Herrodes Atticus, the Athens Concert Hall, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, La Fenice (Venice), Reggio (Turin), Opera Rennes (France), Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma Fraschini Theatre (Pavia) etc. In addition, he has participated in numerous concerts in Hall Giuseppe Verdi Bologna, in Circolo di Rovigo, in Giuseppe Verdi Club Verona etc.
He has made television appearances in Rai Uno channel.
Some of the most significant roles are included among his successful engagements, such as “Sotiris” in Mother’s Ring, “Figaro” in Barber of Seville, “Conte” in the Marriage of Figaro, “Germon” in Traviata, “Ford” in Falstaf, “Valentino” in Faust, “Marcello” in La Bohème, “Belcore” in The Elixir of Love, “Danilo” in Merry Widow, “Sharpless” in MadamaButterfly, “Escamillo” in Carmen, “Ping” in Turandot, “Don Giovanni” in the title role, “Oresteia” of Iannis Xenakis etc.