Dimitris Spouras is a Greek conductor and clarinet player. Spouras has won the National Greek Conducting Competition, and conducted the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker, the MAV Symphony Orchestra, the Radio Flemish Choir, the State Ochestra of Thessaloniki, the State Orchestra of Athens, the Russe Philharmonic Orchestra of Bulgaria, the Royal Norwegian Navy Band, the Staff Band of the Norwegian Armed Forces and many more. While conducting he has worked with acclaimed musicians such as Eliane Rodrigues, Wilfried Van den Brande, Aaron Wajnberg, Hendrickje Van Kerckhove, Nadja Nevolovitsch, Fabio Zanon, Peter Van de Velde and Sabrina Vlaskalic.

As a clarinetist, he has played with London Symphony Orchestra under many famous conductors such as Sir. Simon Rattle, Daniel Harding and Gianandrea Noseda. In 2015 Spouras founded Antwerpen Camerata in Belgium, and he is today both Chief conductor and Artistic Director of the orchestra.
In 2017 he finished his Master at Guildhall School of Music in Clarinet with Distinction Degree and Concert Recital Diploma. While Studying at the Guildhall School of Music with Andrew Marriner at the prestigious Orchestral Artistry Course (A collaboration course with London Symphony Orchestra) he was awarded the Leverhulme Trust scholarship.

His Conducting teachers during his studies and masterclasses include Jorma Panula, Johannes Schlaefli, Christian Ehwald, Ivo Venkov, Stefan Blunier, Vassily Petrenko, Eivind Gulberg Jensen, James Lowe, Ole Kristian Ruud and Maria Makraki.