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Milda Tubelytė has been nominated for the “Deutsche Theaterpreis DER FAUST 2022”. The Lithuanian mezzo-soprano received the nomination for her exceptional performance in the category “Darsteller:in Musiktheater” for her portrayal of Jitsuka Honda in Hanjo at the Staatstheater Braunschweig. The award ceremony takes place on 26. November at the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus.

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Narea Son sings Marzelline in Fidelio on 25. and 30. October as well as on 3. November at the Staatsoper Hamburg. GMD Kent Nagano conducts. 

Dutch soprano Gabrielle Mouhlen sings Abigaille in Gian-Carlo del Monaco's new production of Nabucco at the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb. The performances are on 29. and 31. October as well as 7. November under the musical direction of Pier Giorgio Morandi. 

American mezzo-soprano Jennifer Panara appears as Orlofsky in the new production of Die Fledermaus, premiering on 29. October at the Theater St. Gallen under the musical direction of Michael Balke. The director is Guta Rau. Further performances are on 13., 27., and 30. November.

The Theater Bremen premieres Schorsch Kamerun’s interpretation of King Arthur after Henry Purcell on 29. October. Marysol Schalit is Sopran I under the musical direction of Lutz Rademacher. Further performances take place on 12. and 16. November.

American tenor Matthew Vickers appears as Charlie Silver in Requiem for Frankie Silver on 5. November in the Benson Great Hall in Minneapolis. Craig Fields conducts the production of the Orpheus Music Project.

The Theater für Niedersachsen presents Die Fledermaus on 16. November at the Schlosstheater Fulda. South African baritone Eddie Mofokeng sings Dr. Falke under the musical direction of GMD Florian Ziemen.

Netta Or is Rosalinde in Die Fledermaus at the Theater Lübeck on 20. and 26. November. GMD Stefan Vladar conducts the Philharmonisches Orchester der Hansestadt Lübeck.

The Staatstheater Nürnberg presents the world premiere of Anno Schreier’s opera Turing on 26. November. Emily Newton sings Joan and Wonyong Kang sings Max under the musical direction of Guido Johannes Rumstadt. The director is Intendant Jens-Daniel Herzog.