|L. v. Beethoven||Fidelio||Jacquino|
|R. Benatzky||Im weißen Rößl||Zahlkellner Leopold|
|A. Berg||Wozzeck||Andres, Narr|
|H. Berté/F. Schubert||Das Dreimäderlhaus||Baron Franz von Schober|
|G. Bizet||Carmen||Dancairo, Remendado|
|B. Britten||Albert Herring
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Death in Venice
|T. Dun||Marco Polo
|Rustichello, Li Po
|G. von Einem||Dantons Tod||Robespierre|
|L. Fall||Der fidele Bauer||Stefan|
|H. K. Gruber||Der Herr Nordwind||Geppone|
|G. F. Haas||Die schöne Wunde||Pferdeknecht|
|G. F. Händel||Rodelinda||Grimoaldo|
|J. Haydn||La Canterina
|H. W. Henze||Der junge Lord
|P. Hindemith||Mörder, Hoffnung der Frauen||Erster Krieger|
|L. Janáček||Káťa Kabanová||Kudriasch|
|E. Kálmán||Die Csárdasfürstin
|E. Korngold||Die Tote Stadt||Victorin|
|F. Kreisler||Sissy||Prinz Thurn und Taxis|
|E. Krenek||Der Diktator
Reisebuch aus den österreichischen Alpen
|F. Lehár||Das Land des Lächelns
Die lustige Witwe
|Gustav von Pottenstein
Danilo, Saint Brioche
|G. Ligeti||Le Grand Macabre||Piet the Pot|
|J. Massenet||Manon||Guillot de Morfontaine|
|C. Millöcker||Der Bettelstudent||Symon|
|W. A. Mozart||Die Zauberflöte
Le nozze di Figaro
Bastien und Bastienne
Cosí fan tutte
Die Entführung aus dem Serail
|Tamino, Monostatos, 1. Geharnischter
Don Curzio, Basilio
|M. Mussorgsky||Boris Godunow||Gottesnarr|
|R. Neuwirth||Jedem das Seine||Lou Gandolf|
|J. Offenbach||Die schöne Helena
Les contes d’Hoffmann
Orpheus in der Unterwelt
Orpheus, Jupiter, Öffentliche Meinung
|D. Pieter||Zauberflöte 06||Tamino|
|F. Poulenc||Dialogues des Carmélites||L’Amonier|
|G. Puccini||Manon Lescaut
|Edmondo, Mastro di ballo, Lampigniao
|F. Raymond||Saison in Salzburg||Frank Rex|
|N. Rimsky-Korsakow||Mozart und Salieri||Mozart|
|G. Schedl||Pierre et Luce||Pierre|
|A. Schönberg||Moses und Aron||Junger Mann, Stammesfürst, Solostimme|
|D. Schostakowitsch||Lady Macbeth von Mzensk||Schäbige, Vorarbeiter|
|F. Schubert||Der vierjährige Posten
|J. Strauss||Eine Nacht in Venedig
Eisenstein, Dr. Blind
Die Frau ohne Schatten
Ariadne auf Naxos
|Narraboth, 1. und 2. Jude
|B. Strobl||Sara und ihre Männer||Pharao, Abimelech|
|F. von Suppé||Boccaccio||Boccaccio|
|M. Tippett||The Knot Garden||Dov|
|P. I. Tschaikowsky||EugenE Onegin
|V. Ullmann||Der Kaiser von Atlantis||Harlekin|
|G. Verdi||La forza del destino
|R. Wagner||Der fliegende Holländer
Tristan und Isolde
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
Stimme des Seemannes
Parsifal, 1. Gralsritter, 3. Knappe
Loge, Mime, Froh
Heinrich, Walther v. d. Vogelweide
|C. M. v. Weber||Der Freischütz||Kilian|
|K. Weill||Der Kuhhandel
1. Tenor Familie
|C. Zeller||Der Vogelhändler||Adam|
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher returns in December 2018 to the Cologne Opera, where he appears as Leopold Brandmeyer in a new production of Ralph Benatzky's beloved operetta Im weißen Rössl. This season he also revisits the Zürich Opera House in February 2019, when he takes on the role of Piet the Pot in a new staging of Ligeti's Le Grand Macabre directed by Tatjana Gürbaca and conducted by Fabio Luisi. Further new productions in 2018/19 include Bernhard Lang's operatic adaptation of the Schnitzler play Reigen at the Neue Oper Wien (in a co-production with the Bregenz Festival), as well as Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld at the Theater Bielefeld in June 2019.
Last season the Austrian artist received tremendous acclaim for his role debut as Loge in a new production of Das Rheingold at the Theater Bielefeld. In 2017-18, he also made his house debut at the Cologne Opera, where he appeared as the Young Count in Bernd Alois Zimmermann's Die Soldaten - a role he sang with huge success in 2014 at the Bavarian State Opera under Kirill Petrenko. In concert performances to mark Leonard Bernstein's centenary, he sang the title role in Candide at the Graz Opera in March and April 2018.
In 2016-17, he debuted the role of the Brother/Spirit in Israeli composer Ella Milch-Sheriff's Baruchs Schweigen at the Semperdepot in Vienna. He also appeared in the title role of Franz Von Suppé's Boccaccio at the Herbsttagen Blindenmarkt, and as Toni Schlumberger in Emmerich Kálmán's Die Zirkusprinzessin at the Graz Opera. He ended the season with a return to the prestigious Vienna Festwochen in the world premiere of Mondparsifal Alpha 1-8, a new work by composed by Bernhard Lang and directed by Jonathan Meese.
In the 2015/16 season, Alexander was celebrated for his outstanding and moving portrayal of Gustav von Aschenbach in Benjamin Britten's Death in Venice at the Theater Bielefeld, for which he was named ''Best Singer of the Year'' in the 2016 survey of music critics by Die Welt. He also returned to the Bayerische Staatsoper, where he sang the role of L'aumônier in Poulenc's Dialogues des Carmélites. Other engagements included the role of Henri in a new production of Richard Heuberger's Der Opernball at the Graz Opera.
In 2014/15, the tenor sang at the Bavarian State Opera in a new production of Manon Lescaut alongside Anna Netrebko, as well as appearing as Monostatos in Die Zauberflöte, Triquet in Eugene Onegin, Basilio in Le Nozze di Figaro, Dancaire in Carmen, and Gaston in La Traviata. He also debuted with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Tel Aviv with January 2015 performances of Mozart's Requiem under the baton of Manfred Honeck, and appeared in Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald at the Theater an der Wien in Spring 2015. He was also seen as Leopold in Ralph Benatzsky's Im weißen Rössl at the Herbsttage Blindenmarkt in October 2014.
Alexander returned for his second season at the Bavarian State Opera in 2013/14, appearing as Goro, Brighella, 2. Jude, Dancaire and Basilio, and the Young Count in the acclaimed new production of Zimmermann's Die Soldaten, which was broadcast live. In summer 2014, he was invited to sing Monostatos at the Bregenz Festival revival of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte, as well as Der Hierlinger Ferdinand in Bregenz's world premiere of Geschichten aus dem Wienerwald (Tales from the Vienna Woods) by HK Gruber.
Other highlights in recent seasons include appearances in productions at the Neue Oper Wien (in Britten’s Curlew River and Prodigal Son), and at the Linzer Brucknerfest (Schreker's Der Schatzgräber).
Alexander Kaimbacher has performed extensively in Europe and beyond, at theaters and festivals such as the Vienna Volksoper, Graz Opera, Staatstheater Meiningen, Zürich Opera, Teatro Regio di Torino, Teatro San Carlo di Napoli, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma, Teatro Massimo di Palermo, La Scala di Milano, Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Salzburg Festival, Grafenegg Festival, KlangbogenWien, Wiener Festwochen, and Carinthischer Sommer.
His operatic repertoire is extensive and ranges from lyric Mozart roles to character tenor roles by Wagner (Steuermann, Vogelsang, Loge, Mime) and Richard Strauss (Tanzmeister, Jüngling, Brighella, Valzacchi). He is also a modern and new music specialist and has been heard as Robespierre in Gottfried von Einem's Dantons Tod, Andres in Berg's Wozzeck, as well as roles in Britten's Albert Herring, Henze's Der junge Lord, Tippett's The Knot Garden, Li Po in Marco Polo and the Prince in Tea, both by Tan Dun, Pierre in Gerhard Schedl's Pierre et Luce, and Candide in Bernstein's Candide. He has sung in world premieres of works at the Stadttheater Klagenfurt (Jedem das Seine, Turrini/Hassler), the Zürich Opera (Der Herr Nordwind, HK Gruber), the Bregenz Festival (Die schöne Wunde, Haas), the Theater an der Wien (Il Postino, Catan - with Placido Domingo), and the Teatro di San Carlo (Napucalisse, Battistelli).
The tenor is also active on the concert stage. His concert engagements have included Liszt’s Faust Symphonie at the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Weill’s Sieben Todsünden at the Bregenz Festival, Die Schöne Müllerin in Aflenz, Winterreise in Novosibirsk, Beethoven’s 9th symphony in Milan, Dichterliebe for the Schumann Gesellschaft in Bonn and Düsseldorf, and Carmina Burana at the Vienna Musikverein.
He has appeared in concerts at the Gasteig München, Vienna Musikverein and Konzerthaus, Brucknerhaus Linz, Aflenzer Kultursommer, Gitarrentage Aschaffenburg, Teatro Monumental Madrid, ACF New York, Washington, Kravi Center in West Palm Beach, Minneapolis Concert Hall, Vancouver Orpheum Theatre and Grant Park Music Festival Chicago, among others.
Alexander Kaimbacher works with conductors such as Marcello Viotti (Die schöne Helena – CD recording), Silvain Cambreling, Peter Keuschnig, Walter Kobéra, Martin Haselböck, Manfred Honeck, Alfred Eschwé, Andres Orozco-Estrada, Carlos Kalmar, Gustav Kuhn, Gabriel Feltz, Paolo Carignani, Claude Schnitzler, Stefan Soltesz, Asher Fisch, Adam Fischer, Ulf Schirmer, Markus Stenz, Kirill Petrenko, Franz Welser-Möst, Seiji Ozawa, Ralf Weikert, Omer Meir Wellber, Christian Thielemann, Gianandrea Noseda, Semyon Bychkov, Philippe Jordan and Zubin Mehta.
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher makes his debut singing Piet vom Fass in Tatjana Gürbaca’s new production of Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre on February 3rd.
Conducted by Tito Ceccherini with additional performances Feb 7., 10., 13., 16. and March 2.
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher made a superb debut singing the role of Leopold Brandmeyer in Benatzky’s Im Weißen Rössl at the Oper Köln.
Conductor: Uwe Theimer, Dir. Eike Ecker
Additional Performances on December 16, 22, 27, 29, 31, as well as January 5th and 27th.
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher will make his house debut at Oper Köln singing the role of junger Graf in a new production of Zimmermann’s Die Soldaten from 29th April 2018.
Further dates: 3./.11/13./17./20 May 2018
Austrian tenor Alexander Kaimbacher makes a stunning role debut as Loge and Swiss tenor Lorin Wey debuts as Mime both to rave reviews in Theater Bielefeld’s new production of Wagner’s Das Rheingold! Further performances: 22 March, 1., 11 April, 6. May, 10 July.conitnue
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher appears in a series of “Salute to Vienna” New Year’s Concerts in in Costa Mesa (29th December 2017), San Diego (30th December 2017) and Los Angeles (1st January 2018).
He is joined by Soprano Katarzyna Kondalska. They are accompanied by the Strauss Symphony of America Orchestra under the baton of Andreas Deák.
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Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher will sing the Ernst Krenek’s “Reisebuch aus den österreichischen Alpen” accompanied by Jendrik Springer on Saturday, 26th August 2017 at the Grafenegg Festivalconitnue
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher was named best singer for his portrayal of Gustav von Aschenbach in Britten’s Death in Venice at the Theater Bielefeld in Die Welt am Sonntag.
You can read the full article here.
Tenor Alexander Kaimbacher makes his house and role debut in Benjamin Britten’s Death in Venice, singing the role of Gustav von Aschenbach at the Theater Bielefeld on Saturday, 11th June 2016.
The production is conducted by Pawel Poplawski and directed by Nadja Loschky.
Further dates: 14.,22.,30.June and 3. and 7.July 2016.