Baritone Dionysios Sourbis was born on the island of Zakynthos in 1978.
He first studied under George Samartzis, and graduated with honours, receiving the First Prize and an Excellence Award in his class.
In 2005 he won the Maria Callas scholarship, which allowed him to continue his studies in Italy with Maestro Claude Thiolas.
He is the winner of numerous First Prizes and an Audience Award at international competitions such as: Totti dal Monte, Iris Adami-Koradetti, Pertile-MArtinelli, Spiros Argiris and V. Bellini.
He has also been awarded the Laurence Olivier Award for the Cavalleria-Pagliacci production, performing the role of Silvio at the Royal Opera House, London, under the direction of Maestro Antonio Pappano. In addition, he has received honors from the Union of Greek Critics for Drama and Music.
Since 2003, he is cooperating with the National Opera of Greece as a soloist and continues to perform at major opera houses and concert halls around the world, including the Odeon of Herodes Atticus (Athens), the Athens Concert Hall, the Royal Opera House (London), La Fenice (Venice), Theatre of Reggio (Turin), Opera Rennes (France), Opera of Rome, Fraschini Theatre (Pavia), the Giuseppe Verdi Hall (Bologna), and the Circolo di Rovigo, in the Giuseppe Verdi Club (Verona) etc.
His repertoire includes some of the most significant roles, such as: “Sotiris” in the Mother’s Ring, “Figaro” in the Barber of Seville, “Germon” in La Traviata, “Ford” in Falstaf, ”Silvio” in Pagliacci, “Valentin” in Faust, “Marcello and Schaunard” in La Bohème, “Belcore” in The Elixir of Love, “Danilo” in the Merry Widow, “Sharpless in "Madama Butterfly, “Escamillo” in Carmen, “Ping” in Turandot, ”Guglielmo" in Cosi Fan tTutte, “Conte” in the Marriage of Figaro, “Don Giovanni” in the title role, “Oresteia” by Iannis Xenakis, and "Essete Imar" by George Koumentakis.