Nicolas Maraziotis was born in Patras in 1988. In 2012 he receives his BA (Dual Hons) degree in Music and Music Technology at Keele University, UK. During the season of 2012/13 Nicolas is a member of the Opera Studio of the Municipal & Regional Theatre of Patras where he appears for the first time on stage in the role of Pamikos in Th. Sakellaridis’ Satanerie, staged at the Roman Odeon of Patras. In 2016, Nicolas graduates from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and completes his Masters of Music degree in Vocal Performance under the tutelage of Amand Hekkers.
The season of 2019/20 finds Nicolas engaged with the Greek National Opera’s production of Loewe’s My Fair Lady in the role of Freddy.
One year after his graduation, he makes his debut in the role of Testo in C. Monteverdi’s Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda (Madrigalen) at the Dutch National Opera, directed by Pierre Audi and conducted by Christophe Rousset accompanied by his ensemble Les Talens Lyriques.
Returning in Greece in the autumn of 2017 he begins his collaboration with the Greek National Opera in the productions of G. Puccini’s Il Tabarro, M. Borboudakis’ Z (world premier) and the children’s opera by Th. Abazis Prince Ivan & the Firebird. In the spring of 2018 Nicolas collaborates again with the Municipal & Regional Theatre of Patras for the production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail by W. A. Mozart, staged in Municipal Theatre “Apollon” while a month later he makes his debut at the Athens & Epidaurus Festival performing the role of Arbace in W. A. Mozart’s Idomeneo.
Nicolas starts the current season 2019/20 at the Greek National Opera singing Freddy Eynsford-Hill in F. Loewe’s My Fair Lady and as Maurice the Crow in the Alkis Baltas’ new children opera Fricadela, the Witch who hated Christmas. Later in the season, he returns to the Dutch National Opera for the upcoming production of Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny by K. Weill.