Eleni Arapoglou is a dynamic singer from Athens, Greece. After graduating from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Arts in drama and dance, she continued her studies at Berklee, where she obtained a professional diploma in vocal performance. While at Tufts, Arapoglou toured with the Tufts Jazz Orchestra and opened for the Roots with her band in May 2010.
Highlights of her Berklee career include performing in the Latin Grammys with Alejandro Sanz in November 2013; singing at the Berklee commencement concert in May 2014; performing with her trio at the MMI Master of Mediterranean Music Award ceremony in Madrid, honoring flamenco legends José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela; and many other notable performances across the United States and Europe.
Watch Arapoglou perform at the Berklee commencement concert here:
Her continuous exploration and combination of music and movement make her a singular performer on any stage. Always bringing together and honoring many musical traditions and styles, Arapoglou crosses genres with her unique jazz/folk improvisational flavor while continuing to perform the music of her country.
Eleni Arapoglou was selected for the MMI Recordings and her album was launched December 2014. Hear some track of the Eleni Aragoplou Trio MMI recording album: