|Born||21 May 1964|
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|Occupation(s)||Tenor and teacher|
Tasso Bouyessis (born 21 May 1964) is an Australian tenor and teacher, who has performed extensively across Australia and Europe. He frequently performs alongside his wife, soprano Annamaria Beni.
Bouyessis was born in Adelaide, South Australia, and attended Ross Smith Secondary School (formally Northfield High School), followed by a completion of a Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice Performance from the University of Adelaide's Elder Conservatorium of Music. In Adelaide, Bouyessis frequently performs at Urrbrae House, Carrick Hill, Erik Freak Memorial Chapel and Elder Hall, and is a member of the newly formed Adelaide Concert Collective.
Bouyessis’s performances abroad have included Budapest, Helsinki, Athens and London. He also tours regularly with The Australian Three Tenors and is a recipient of “The Singer of Year Award” in NSW and “The State Opera Aria”. He recently performed as “Guest Artist” for the 2008 “Police Tattoo” & The Premiers Clipsal Dinner. In 2009 Tasso appeared in a Principal Role for State Opera of South Australia in Puccini’s “La Fanciulla Del West”.
Bouyessis's and Beni’s career highlights include performances abroad in Italy, London and New Zealand, while their work in Australia has taken them to all capital cities performing professionally in Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne Town Halls with leading accompanists and orchestras. They have been guests at “The Adelaide Carols by Candlelight” and “Lygon Street Festival” in Melbourne. Their corporate clients include Clipsal, BHP – Billiton, Advertiser - Sunday Mail Foundation, Olympic Games Committee, Nine Network, ABC, Mary Potter Hospice, Foundation 21, Carnevale, The Flight Centre, Grant Burge & Yalumba Wineries, RAA, The Royal Flying Doctor’s Service, Santos, David Jones, CITSA & The Adelaide City Council. Tey present a range of vocal repertoire that includes Opera, Musical Theatre, Silver Screen Nostalgia and Contemporary.
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