The season 2020/21 is also characterized by the Corona-restrictions. Limitations, which present new challenges to the theaters, the artists, and also the audiences. For this major undertaking we wish everyone involved safe and successful results.
Turkish tenor Deniz Yilmaz makes his debut as Otello on 18. September at the Theater Regensburg. Verena Stoiber’s new production of Verdi’s opera is conducted by GMD Chin-Chao Lin. Further performances are on 20. and 27. September.
The Opéra de Rouen Normandie presents Wagner’s Tannhäuser on 30. September and 3. October. French tenor Paul Gaugler sings Heinrich the Schreiber under the musical direction of Rudolf Piehlmayer. CANCELLED BECAUSE OF CORONA.
Emily Newton is La Speranza und Wonyong Kang is Caronte in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo premiering at the Staatstheater Nürnberg on 2. October. GMD Joana Mallwitz conducts the new production from Intendant Jens-Daniel Herzog.
Michael Pegher sings Steppke in Frau Luna on 3. October at the Staatstheater Darmstadt. The American tenor is one of the soloists appearing in a concert of Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn on 4. October under the musical direction of GMD Daniel Cohen.
The Theater Bremen presents an evening with highlights from numerous operetta-works under the motto “Operettenschmäh” on 4. October. American bass Stephen Clark is one of the soloists performing to the piano accompaniment of Killian Farrell.
Michael Pegher is the soloist for the 1. Concert of “Liedgut” on 14. October at the Staatstheater Darmstadt. The program includes works by Aaron Coplin and Charles Ives, and two new commissioned works from Michael Ippolito and Jared Ice.
Marysol Schalit is one of the soloists for the Liederabend under the title “Imagine” at the Theater Bremen on 17. October. GMD Joel Gamzou conducts arrangements of songs by John Lennon in a semi-staged production of director Tom Ryser.
American mezzo-soprano Jennifer Panara makes her debut as Sesto in Fabio Ceresa’s new production of Giulio Cesare in Egitto at the Theater St. Gallen premiering on 24. October. The conductor is Rubén Dubrovsky.
The Aalto-Musiktheater Essen presents a reduced and semi-staged production of Die Fledermaus on 31. October. Albrecht Kludszuweit sings Dr. Blind under the musical direction of Friedrich Haider.