A velvety, emotionally wealthy, vocal build has produced Lila Adamaki among the leading interpreters of Greek classical music. Although she sings in eight dialects and her repertoire contains music from Germany, France, Spain, Russia and america, Adamaki reaches her best performing music from her birthplace. Her 1998 record, Songs of My Homeland, highlighted interpretations of music by such important Greek composers as Nicolaos Mantzaros, Yannis Constantinides and Mikis Theodorakis. Adamaki’s early schooling came on the Hellenic Conservatory in Athens. A couple of years after her graduation, she transferred to Paris and examined under Irma Kolassi. In 1972, Adamaki positioned first on the International Competition of France Melody and was asked to become listed on the France Broadcasting Corporation being a vocalist. Within the years since, Adamaki provides balanced single recitals with concerts offering large orchestras. She’s continued to create her presence sensed in Greece, executing using the Athens Condition Orchestra, appearing like a soloist for Greek Condition Television and documenting for Greek Radio 3.