Greek tenor Nikos Andreadakis was born in Athens in 1993. He began his studies at an early age with studies in Classical Piano and Music Theory. Later on, he continued his musical education, studying Classical Singing at the Apollonio Conservatory in Kaiti Apostolaki’s solo singing class. At present, he is preparing for his Diploma in Classical Solo Singing under the tutelage of soprano Martha Arapi. He has attended several masterclasses in vocal technique and lyric interpretation, with the most recent one being the vocal masterclass under the guidance of Daphne Evangelatos. As a soloist, he has participated in numerous recordings as well as in various events and concerts at venues such as the Athens Concert Hall, the German Evangelical Church of Athens, the Athens War Museum, and more. As a member of the theatre group Art Is Life and under the guidance of stage director Maria Frangi, he played the leading role in the lyric theatrical performance “The War Of the Birds” which was based on “La Cantate des Oiseaux” by Jean-Baptiste Mathieu and took place in Brno, the Czech Republic. As a member of the same theatre group and within the framework of the Inport Festival for young creators, he took part in the performance “The Feather of Finist the Falcon” held at the Municipal Theatre of Piraeus. He is an active member of the Vox Sinceris vocal quartet and of the Motectum vocal ensemble. He is a graduate of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens (UoA) Law School.