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Fanie Antonelou

Fanie Antonelou is the winner of the International Maria Callas Grand Prix in the Oratorio–Lied category (Athens 2005). She has also been awarded two First Prizes at the Frankfurter Mendelssohn Awards (2008 and 2009) and was finalist at the Schubert und die Musik der Moderne song competition in Graz (February 2009). 
Her repertoire extends from medieval music and early baroque to contemporary. 
She has collaborated with the ensembles MusicAeterna, Lautten Compagney, Il Gusto Barocco, Ensemble La Fenice, L'Arpa Festante, Armonia Atenaea, Solistenensemble Stimmkunst, Munich Bach Choir & Orchestra, Ensemble Sarband, Le Chardon, Arsys Bourgogne, Latinitas Nostra, Ex Silentio, SWR Vokalensemble.
In September 2012, she sang Susanna with the MusicAeterna Orchestra in Teodor Currentzis’ much-discussed recording of Nozze di Figarofor Sony Classical, which obtained the Echo Prize 2014 for Opera Recording of the Year – 17th/18th century. She recently recorded works of the troubadours Raimbaut de Vaqueiras and Elias Cairel, composed in the kingdom of Thessalonica after 1204, with the Ensemble Ex Silentio.
She has collaborated with the Stuttgart Staatsoper, Athens Megaron and Greek National Opera, Rossini Festival in Wildbad, and Perm Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre in Russia.