Soprano Jenna Siladie and Baritone Kristján Jóhannesson will make their respective debuts as Marguerite and Valentin in Leonard Eröd’s Faust this evening at the Wiener Kammeroper. The premiere begins at 19:00. Both Siladie and Jóhannesson are members of the Junges Ensemble at Theater an der Wien.
Conducted by: Giancarlo Rizzi
Stage Direction by: Nikolaus Habjan
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After his debut last summer as the Italian Tenor in Rosenkavalier, tenor Sehoon Moon will return to the stage at Glyndebourne this fall as Nemorino in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore. He will continue singing the role throughout their Glyndebourne on Tour this Fall. The premiere is this Sunday, October 13th at 16:00!
Conducted by: Ben Glassberg
Stage Direction by: Annabel Arden
Additional Performances: October 15., 19., 22., 28., 31.
Canterbury: November 5. & 7.
Milton Keynes: November 12. & 14.
Liverpool: November 21.
Norwich: December […]
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher returns to the stage at the Herbsttage Blindenmarktto debut as Gabriel von Eisenstein in Johann Strauss’s classic, Die Fledermaus. Die Fledermaus premieres this Friday, October 4th at 19:30. Conducted by: Kurt Dlouhy Stage Direction by: Markus Ganser Additional Performances: 5., 6., 11., 12., 13., 18., 19., 20., 23., 24., 25., 26., 27. Octobercontinue
Young Baritone Neven Crnić will make his debut as Rodrigo, the Marquis of Posa, in the premiere of Verdi’s Don Carlo at Oper Graz. The production begins at 19:00. Musical Direction by: Oksana Lyniv Stage Direction by: Jetske Mijnssen Additional Performances: Okt: 3., 9., 20., 23., 26. Nov: 1., 10., 16., Dez: 6. Jun: 18., 21., 26.continue
Soprano Rebecca Nelsen will be singing Alban Berg’s Lulu Suite alongside the London Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of renowned conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen this Sunday at 19:30! This is the first performance in a tour that Nelsen will sing with the Philharmonia around Europe this fall. Be sure not to miss what will truly be a great concert! The concert starts at 19:30 at the Royal Festival Hall in Londoncontinue
Maria Nazarova will make her debut singing Adina in Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore at the Vienna State Opera on September 21st! The show begins at 19:30. Conducted by: Jonathon Darlington Stage Direction by: Otto Schenk Additional Performance on September 24thcontinue
Mezzosoprano Maria Riccarda Wesseling makes her debut as Amneris in Verdi’s classic: Aida. Be sure not to miss her performance at Landestheater Detmold September 18th at 19:30. Conducted by: Lutz Rademacher Stage Direction by: Joan Anton Rechi Additional Performances: September 20., 25.continue
Mezzosoprano Dara Savinova will make her debut this Saturday at the Royal Swedish Opera singing Angelina in Dan Potra’s production of Rossini’s La Cenerentola. Conducted by: Ramón Tabar Stage Direction by: Lindy Hume Additional Performances: 28., and 30. August 2., 4., 10., 13., 21., 25. September 1. Octobercontinue
Jan Eßingers staging of Tchaikovsky’s classic opera based on Pushkin’s novel in verse, Eugene Onegin, will premiere tomorrow evening at the Bregenzer Festspiele! The show begins at 19:30 and we are thrilled to hear two more Sono Artists, Shira Patchornik and Aytaj Shikhalizada, as Tatjana and Olga in the production. Be sure not to miss it! Conducted by: Valentin Uryupin Additional performances: 13., 15., and 17., of Augustcontinue
Igor Bakan will debut at the Choregies D’Orange festival this evening singing Masetto alongside Erwin Schrott in Mozart’s classic Don Giovanni. Toi toi toi Igor! Conducted by: Frédéric Chaslin Stage Direction by: David Livermore Additional Performance on August 6thcontinue
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher will make his debut singing the roles of Franz and Robert in the austrian premiere of Bernhard Lang’s Der Reigen at the Bregenzer Festspiele! The performance is a co-production with the Neue Oper Wien and can be seen at the Werkstattbühne. Toi toi toi Alexander! Conducted by: Walter Kobéra Stage direction by: Alexandra Liedtke Additional Performance on July 31stcontinue
Estonian mezzosoprano Dara Savinova competed this last week in the finals of the 5th Concorso Lirico Internazionale di Portofino and walked away with the Città di Crema Award! As a part of her prize, she will perform a recital sponsored by the Comune di Crema e Incab! Congratulations Dara!!!continue