Nina Lotsari was born in the city of Patra in Greece and is a renowned opera singer and actress. She is also known for her exceptional talent to combine and adapt her lyrical vocal style to ethnic world music and jazz.
Her grandfather -who was a violist- inspired her love for music at an early age.
She studied Monody at the Municipal Conservatory of Patra, classical music and melodrama at the Hellenic Conservatory of Music and Arts of Athens and acting at the Modern Theatre Vassilis Diamantopoulos and at The Theater of Changes. She also attended the Opera Master Class of Carol Richardson Smith and received a distinction from the Hanover Academy of Music and Theatre.
She had leading roles in productions of the Greek National Opera, the Athens Concert Hall and collaborated with some of the greatest Symphony Orchestras in the world.
She also participated in numerous recordings and has released two solo albums and was the leading actress in many films and TV productions.
Some of her opera performances include: Antigone, Opus Elgin-The Destruction of the Parthenon and many others.
She has also performed in many Musicals, Varieté Shows, Jazz and World Music Concerts.