Myron Michailidis, Artistic Director of the Greek National Opera
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Myron Michailidis is regarded as one of the most important Greek conductors. His repertoire includes a list of over two hundred symphonic works and twenty operas and he has conducted the most prestigious orchestras internationally. These are the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Roma Symphonic Orchestra, the Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Bilkent Symphony Orchestra, as well as all major orchestras in Greece. He has collaborated with distinguished artists and he has recorded for EMI Classics and for Naxos. Between 1999 until 2004, Maestro Michailidis was Permanent Conductor at the Opera of Eastern Saxony in Germany. Since 2011 he has been serving as Artistic Director of The Greek National Opera (GNO), following his former position as General Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of The Thessaloniki National Orchestra (TSSO), a post held since 2004.