After her successful debut as MIMI in 'La Boheme' at the Varna State Opera in February 2019, ZENIA ARGENTI was immediately re-engaged. In 2020 she was also celebrated as VIOLETTA in 'La Traviata' at the Sofia Festival 'Classic in the Park'.
In December 2019 she was finalist at the International Singing Contest Giuseppe Taddei in Genoa.
The Greek soprano started her musical formation at the Music Conservatory of her native town Trikala with piano studies. Later, she studied singing in Athens. Complementary studies brought her to Renata Scotto at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. Here, she graduated with distinction and also obtained her Lied diploma.
In Italy she absolved master classes a.o. with Alberta Valentini and Bruno Pratico and attended workshops in Greece with Anna Tomova- Sintov, Dimitris Kavrakos, Jeanette Pilou and Daphne Evangelatos.
She started her professional career in 2013 with concert performances at the Athens Concert Hall and the Maria Callas Hall. Several opera productions in Greece and Italy followed. She made her debut as DONNA ANNA in 'Don Giovanni', as FIORDILIGI in 'Cosi fan tutte', as MICAELA in 'Carmen', and as MIMI in 'La Bohème'.
She also sang LIU in 'Turandot' on an Italy Tour.
Meanwhile, the good-looking Greek singer is also a regular guest at the Greek National Opera in Athens. Lately, she enjoyed great success here as NEDDA in 'I Pagliacci' and KRINIO in 'The Murderess' by Georgius Koumendakis (Greek premiere).
Since 2020 she is a regular guest at the OPERA CONCERTS CASTLE KÖNIGS WUSTERHAUSEN. Here, she made her debut as LA TRAVIATA and NORMA and sang in several concerts.
Moreover, concert performances brought her to Indianapolis, Greece, Italy and Bulgaria.