Georgios Kapoglou is connected with the theater from an early age.

At Theater Aachen, he gathered his first basic experiences in the theatre and the opera before he

started studying singing at the Academies of Music in Münster and Aachen and finally successfully

completed his studies in music theatre direction at the Academy of Music „Hanns Eisler“ in Berlin.

At the Staatstheater Braunschweig he could finish his studies with the direction of Tom Johnson’s

Riemannoper. He also has made other important theater productions at the Berlin Neuköllner Opera,

the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg, the Studiobühne Bayreuth and the Schwetzinger

Schlossfestspiele. His last production, Detlev Glanert’s Drei Wasserspiele at the Theater Fürth was

invited to the Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte 2013 and experienced there the Italian premiere of

these three short operas.

He has worked since 2003 at the Young Artists Festival in Bayreuth as a guest lecturer. Among his

productions there are Especially worth mentioning; Die Rote Brieftasche /2003 (collage about the

young Richard Wagner using his early compositions), Richard Wagner’s early work The Ban of

Love/2005 and Eine Kapitulation/2010 (based on a libretto by Richard Wagner).

In the autumn of 2005 he assist Peter Konwitschny in Mozart’s Così fan tutte at the Komische

Oper Berlin. Kapoglou transferred this staging to the Värmlandsoperan in Karlstad / Sweden

2006, to the Graz Opera 2009, and in the spring of 2011 to the Leipzig Opera.

Georgios Kapoglou is giving acting and stage work classes at the Academy of Music „Hanns

Eisler“ Berlin since October 2007 and at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt

am Main since October 2008 . In 2012 he was a visiting professor at the prestigious Opera School

at the Academy of Music Mannheim.