Cellist Dimos Goudaroulis plays modern and baroque cello, as well as four-string or five-string cello piccolo. During his thirty-year music career he participated in countless concerts, tours and recordings, performing with leading musicians and ensembles of classical and baroque music, as well as jazz / improvised / folk music around the world. He was born in 1970 in Larissa and grew up in Thessaloniki, where he studied cello with George Manolas, Ivan Bianchi, Rousy Dragnev. In 1988 he moved to Paris, where he continued his studies with Philippe Muller and Reine Flachot, and began playing jazz and improvised music. In 1996 he moved to Brazil.
He worked for ten years as a cello professor at Sao Paulo State University – UNICAMP. In 2003 he won the prestigious Carlos Gomes Award as the best soloist of the year, while in 2008 his recording of Bach Solo Cello Suites received the Prêmio Bravo de Cultura Award as the best classical music cd of the year. In 2015 he returned to Greece. He is a cello teacher at the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki and artistic director of Thessaloniki Concert Hall Baroque Music Festival. He regularly performs in Europe, Latin America, USA and Canada. His discography includes approximately 40 cds.