Born to Nicolas Vrenios and Despinas (Vastis) Vrenios in Turlock, CA.
Is the National Federation of Music Clubs National Winner of Student Auditions.
Earns a Bachelor of Music from the University of the Pacific; Is a graduate assistant in voice at Indiana University until 1967.
Achieves a Master’s degree in voice from Indiana University; Conducts postgraduate study at Indiana University through 1967.
Appears with the Washington Opera and Symphony; Is a leading artist at the Festival of the Two Worlds in Spoleto, Italy.
Wins first place for Auditions of Air with WGN-TV Illinois Opera Guild.
Debuts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England.
Serves in lead tenor roles with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Chicago Symphony and Cleveland Symphony.
Serves in lead tenor roles with the Philadelphia Lyric Opera, American Opera Society, Milwaukee Opera and San Francisco Spring Opera.
Records “Raoul” in Les Huguenots with Dame Joan Sutherland for London Records; Debuts at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City.
Teaches voice out of his private studio in Washington, D.C. until retiring in 2000.
Performs in Menotti’s opera world premiere of “The Egg” at the National Cathedral; Is the choir director at St. George Greek Orthodox Church.
Is the choir director of professional concerts at the National Cathedral, American University Concert Series and Binghamton Symphony.
Is the leading tenor of Menotti’s opera world premiere in Spoleto, Italy.
Maintains membership with the American Guild of Musical Artists.