Gabriel Tsampalieros graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada in design (1998) and the University of Montreal in architectural design (1998). As a stage designer, he has worked on many shows directed by Alice Ronfard, including L’imposture (TNM, 2009) and Les Pieds des anges (Espace Go, 2009), two plays written by Evelyne de la Chenelière, Tristan et Yseult adapted by Pierre Yves Lemieux (TNM, 2003), L’avare by Molière (TNM, 2001), King by Michel Vinaver (Espace Go, 1999) as well as La Voix humaine by Jean Cocteau (Espace Go, 1999). His designs have garnered him three nominations for the Soirée des Masques.
Between 2003 and 2006, Gabriel Tsampalieros designed the sets and costumes for four operas by l’Atelier d’opéra de l’Université de Montréal, all directed by Alice Ronfard.
In film, he has designed the visuals for Imitation (2005) and A Silent Love (2002) by Federico Hidalgo and Yellowknife by Rodrigue Jean (2001).
Over the last few years, Gabriel Tsampalieros has been mainly working in the field of visual arts, and most notably has been involved in the installation of many exhibitions for the Espace Création Loto-Québec.
Finally, since 2007, he has taught set design, drawing and the history of archistecture at the National Theatre School of Canada. He has also been a guest lecturer at l’Université du Québec à Montréal.
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