The Baritone Akis Lalousis was born in Athens, Hellas.
He studied at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki with professor Katerina Karatza, graduating in 1999.
Masterclass studies with professors Marlena Malas and Spiro Malas (Juilliard School of Music - Manhattan School of Music), under scholarship of the “Alexandros S. Onassis Foundation of Athens”.
He took part in masterclass seminars with Gabriella Ravazzi on “Italian Opera”, with Ulrich Rademacher on “Lied and Oratorio”. Furthermore, he participated in Summer-school Chautauqua - U.S.A., with professors Marlena Malas and Spiro Malas specializing on technique, interpretation and repertoire.
Since January 2015 he is professor of Melodramatique (in Opera Department) in State Conservatory of Thessaloniki.
He leads series of seminars for the "Function of Respiratory and Vocal System".
For the last decade he is mainly participating in productions of National Opera of Athens, "Megaron" Athens Concert Hall, Opera of Thessaloniki and "Megaron" Thessaloniki.
He participated in the operas:
“Prima la musica poi le parole” by Α. Salieri,
“Dido and Aenias” by Henry Purcell,
“La Serva Padrona” by G. B. Pergolesi,
“Il Compattimento di Tancredi e Clorida” by C. Μonteverdi,
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by B. Britten,
“Carmen” by G. Bizet,
“The Medium” -“Amal and the Νight Visitors”- “Τhe Telephone” by G. C. Menotti,
“Fidelio” by L. W. Beethoven,
“Don Giovanni” - “Die Zauberflöte” by W. A. Mozart,
“Il Campanello” - “Lucia di Lammermoor” by G. Donizetti,
“Greek Passion” by B. Martinou,
"Konstantinos o Palaeologos" - "Anatoli" by M. Kalomiris,
“I Vespri Sicilliani” -“La Traviata”-“Rigoletto” -"Un Ballo in Maschera" - "Othello" by G.Verdi,
“Gianni Schicchi”-“La boheme” - "Tosca" by G. Puccini,
“L’Italiana in Algeri”-“Le Comte Ory”- “Il Barbiere di Seviglia” by G.Rossini,
"Samson and Delila" by Saint-Saëns,
"The Cunning Little Vixen" by Leoš Janáček.
“Die Fledermaus” by J. Strauss,
"Die Lustige Witwe" by F. Lehar,
He sang in worldwide premieres of many music works from Greek and foreign composers:
“Ximeroma” by D. Lialios,
“The Shades of Love” by David Blake
Opera Chamber “Pouskin” by F. Τsalahouris,
"Agamemnon" by A. Darlas.
In Athens Music Hall he sang from the circle of songs by Μikis Theodorakis
“Τhe song of dead brother, Politia Α, Politia Β".
In Royal Theater of Thessaloniki he interpretated “Songs of Wayfaren” by G. Mahler.
In Thessaloniki Music Hall he sang the music fairytale “Αnatoli” by Μ. Κalomiris, as part of the festivities of the Cultural Olympiad.
Participation in tragedy “Κonstantinos o Palaiologos” by Μ. Κalomiris as part of the festivities of Thessaloniki Cultural Capital of Europe 1997, in the State Theater of Northern Greece and in 2001 in the Festival of Athens in Odeon Herodou Attikou.
He participated in the production of “Lucia di Lammermoor” by G. Donizetti, in Beijin-China, 2004.
In Aegean Festival, Syros 2009, he performed in "Tosca" by G. Puccini.
Apart from the Opera works, his repertoire extends to Religious music:
Oratorio “Agios Dimitrios”, “Kirillos and Methodios”, “Alexander the Great’s years of youth” by Ν. Αstrinides during the Dimitria Festival,
Oratorio “De Nöel op.12” Saint Saëns, “Requiem d-moll” & “Te Deum” by Α. Bruckner, “Messe G-Dur” by F. Schubert, “Requiem op. 48" by G. Faure, Cantate “Tafos” by S. Michaelidis, Oratorio “Jepthe” by G. Carissimi, “Messe KV 317” in C by W.A. Mozart, “BWV 153” by J.S.Bach, “Petite Messe Solennelle” by G. Rossini,
"Chistmas Oratorium, BWV 248" - "Magnificat, d-dur BWV 243" by J.S. Bach, "Ein Deutsches Requiem" op.45 by J. Brahms, "Messiah HWV56" by G.F. Handel.
He performed as a solist with various orchestras:
Symphony Orchestra of Prague, Philarmonic Orchestra of Robert Schumann,
Νew Bulgarian Symphonic Orchestra, Belgrade Opera Orchestra,
Gerevan Opera Orchestra, Philarmonic Orchestra of Hellenic Radio Television,
State Orchestra of Athens, Color Orchestra of Athens, State Orchestra of Thessaloniki, Municipal Symphony Orchestra of Thessaloniki and Athens,
Chamber Orchestra “Feminarte” – Athens, Orchestra of Beijing.