Doros Dimosthenous was born in Limassol, Cyprus. He had theoretical music studies and is a graduate of the Monody Lecture of the National conservatoire of Athens. His professor was Lella Stamos. He won the Vyronas Kolasis Prize and was given a blue ribbon of outstanding attainment. He started his career as a solist in the "Diastasi" vocal team based in Limassol.
In 1994, he sang at the Herod Atticus Theatre, in the "Cyprus-20 Years Later'show that Mihalis Kakogiannis produced.
In 1995, he rendered Manos Hadjidakis' "Songs of the sin" at the Dimitris Papaioannou's "A Moment of Silence"show. He has also rendered Percell's "Dido and Aeneas" opera at the Athens Lyric Theatre. He has collaborated with the Orchestra of Colours on Beatles' songs and on ballads. He has performed on the stage of the Kremlin Theatre and has sung in two great theatres of London: in Her Majesty's Theatre and in Theatre Drury Lane, supporting Nana Mouskouri.
During the summer of 1997, he collaborated with Karolos Koun's Art Theatre, rendering Manos Hadjidakis' songs in Aristophanes' "The Birds"theatrical play.