As a child, Dionysos Idis was strongly influenced by Greek music. Born in Germany, he quickly got to know Greek music through his Greek background. Early on, his talent was recognized and he was able to prove his ability in concerts. In one of his first concerts, he performed with Maria Farantouri in the Theaterhaus Stuttgart at a concert in honour of the 80th birthday of the world-famous Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis. He also performed with Areti Ketime in the Philharmonie Bernhausen and at the theatre in Aachen. He sang in the opening ceremony of the Acropolis Museum and gives solo concerts every year in the Liederhalle Stuttgart.
Dionysos studied classical singing in Stuttgart, Mannheim and Vienna and is a winner of numerous international competitions. He sang major roles in various operatic productions such as The Magic Flute (Vienna), The Barber ofSeville (Stuttgart), and Don Giovanni (Stuttgart). This education and experience as a Greek singer give him a particular virtuosity in his voice leading, interpretation and arrangement of Greek songs.
With his numerous Greek charity concerts, he has been able to help many people. Among other things he financed a school bus for an orphanage in Thessaloniki http://www.paidikoxorio.gr/web/ , and provided the children with food and clothes. He also supported the medical care of twenty children suffering from cancer. http://bikiropoulos.blogspot.de/2013/03/30-8.html
"Music is a moral law, it gives our hearts a soul, gives the thought-wing, lets the imagination flourish..."