|W.A.Mozart||Die Entführung aus dem serail||Belmonte|
|E.W.Korngold||Die tote Stadt||Graf Albert|
|W.A.Mozart||Die Zauberflöte||Tamino/Erster Geharnischte|
|B.Blacher||Romeo und Juliet||Romeo|
|S.Johannes||Der teufel mit den drei goldenen haare||Ferry man/Tenor|
|C.Saint-Saëns||Samson et Dalila||Premier Philistin|
|G.Rossini||Il turco in Italia||Albazar|
|E.Wolf-Ferrari||Le Donne Curiose||Asdrubale|
|W.A.Mozart||La Finta Giardiniera||Il Contino|
|K. Weill||Down In the Valley||Brack|
*not yet sung on stage
For the 2017/18 season Canadian tenor Nathan Haller returns to Theater Basel for the revival of Alcina (Oronte), directed by Lydia Steier, and will also debut with the Neue Oper Wien in the production of Bernstein’s A Quiet Place (Francois).
In 2016 he made his house debut at the Israeli Opera with his role debut as Belmonte in Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail. The year before he debuted at Theater Basel, where he was part of the opera studio, and appeared in the roles of Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, Romeo in Blacher’s Romeo und Julia and Kuska in Mussorgski’s opera Khovanshchina.
Nathan performed at the New York Festival of Song, which took place at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall and Peter Jay Sharp Theater and already acquired concert experience with performances of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, Purcell’s Hail to St. Cecilia, Charpentier’s Actéon and Handel’s La Resurrezione.
The young tenor is a graduate of the Julliard School in New York, where he successfully received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Music. Afterwards he started studying with the Internationale Meistersinger Akademie in Germany and performed with the Münchner Rundfunkorchester, a Liederabend at Steingraber & Söhne in Bayreuth and in Bach’s Mass in B-Minor.
Tenor Nathan Haller will make his debut at the Vienna Volksoper this evening singing Enoch Snow in Rodger and Hammerstein’s Carousel. Toi toi toi Nathan!
Conducted by: David Charles Abell, Stage Direction by: Henry Mason
Additional Performances for Nathan: May 22nd
Tenor Nathan Haller and baritone Daniel Foki make debuts on March 22 in Leonard Bernstein’s A Quiet Place with the Neue Oper Wien conducted by Walter Kobera and staged by Philipp M. Krenn at the Vienna Chamber Opera. Additonal Performances: 24., 27., 29., 30. March & 2. April 2018conitnue