The internationally acclaimed young soprano exploded onto the the global music scene in 2013 after her success in the 7th season of Britain’s Got Talent. Her inspirational story combined with her angelic voice, Aliki , not only captivated the 4 judges, who praised her performance but following on from that the whole world. Even the strict music mogul, Simon Cowell was stunned and said “You just have a natural talent Aliki…your time has come!”
Following her huge success on Britain’s Got Talent, Aliki’s fanbase and online exposure rocketed. With over 50 million total youtube video views-the BGT’s first audition video alone reached 18,7 million- 20,000 Facebook followers, 3,500 twitter followers, 16,000 youtube subscribers, more than 50 international magazine covers, headlines, reports and multiple interviews. She has also been honoured with the title Global Honorary Ambassador of the World Encephalitis Society with a very active and primary role into the society’s global charity projects and in 2014 she was nominated for “Woman of the year” in the artist category for Madam Figaro magazine Awards. She has since been invited to sing in concerts around the world which have proved to be complete sell outs. Some of which are: Concert in the Park singing for the British Troops June 2013, Christmas Magic in December 2013, The Sound of Music with the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra March 2014 and singing at the Cyprus Presidential Palace for the President of Cyprus September 2014. Overall the British/ Greek Soprano has performed in concerts as a soloist in numerous countries around the world, including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Canary Islands, Malta, Greece, France and the U.K.
Year 2015 found Aliki extremely busy with plenty of concerts and touring with Awakenings project in the UK, United States and Greece which is dedicated to raise awareness for the Encephalitis Society. But more importantly, the moment we have all been waiting for, the recording of her debut album REFLECTIONS. Aliki has been recording her album with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, and it is a blend of passionate classics. Reflections is OUT NOW.
Once Upon a Time Soprano Aliki Chrysochou was born in Limassol/Cyprus. Dubbed a child prodigy, and growing up in a family where music played a major role, at the age of three, Aliki started piano lessons and by the time she was 7 her love for classical music grew and joined Cyprus’ most prestigious choir production company where she performed as a soloist for many years, in theatres both in Cyprus and all over Europe.You just have a natural talent Aliki S.Cowell
By the time she reached adulthood, Aliki had amassed a resume of collaborations and performances rich enough as one of an accomplished musician. She graduated from Sheffield University with a Bachelor of Music, majoring in both piano and voice. After completing her musical studies in the UK, Aliki moved to New York City where she studied Musical Theatre and Drama at HB Studio with a scholarship. In addition, Aliki followed further classical studies with renowned teachers and coaches from |Juilliard School and the conductors of the Metropolitan Opera.Performances/Competitions and Collaborations
The British/ Greek Soprano has performed in concerts as a soloist with various orchestras and choirs in countries around the world, including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Canary Islands, Greece, and the U.K. She has also performed many concerts with the National String Quartet and the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra in her homeland, Cyprus. Aliki has participated in various International Competitions with considerable success.Unexpected life turning events
You look like and angel, sing like an angel and you are such an inspiration A.Dixon At the end of her first year of studies and whilst preparing to perform her first Operatic role in Spain she had contracted a rare form of encephalitis. After months of medical care and an exhausting feat through mental and physical disability which had impaired central communicational interaction, Aliki didn’t find herself on the road to recovery until she had started articulating extracts of musicals plays and opera that her mother would sing to her.At this point in time Aliki had been taken back to a place where singing became perhaps the only remedy to a dire situation where her ambition and thirst for life had considerably diminished. As romantic as it may sound, classical music had proved for Aliki as the main healing source for her symptoms and psychological state.In April 2015 Aliki ran 42 km at the Virgin London Marathon, raising awareness for the Encephalitis Society and had been selected in the Celebrity list runners.As one of the lucky few to have recovered fully from this terrible virus , she is reaching out to support the amazing work The Encephalitis Society does.