Due to the recent status of the Corona-Situation and in an attempt to curb the spreading of the virus, most opera houses and concert halls have closed as of the middle of March. Please take care and stay healthy!
Brazilian soprano Cristina Piccardi sings Amore in Kerstin Steeb’s new production of Orpheus und Eurydike, premiering on 29. February at the Theater Hagen. Steffen Müller-Gabriel conducts.
Lithuanian mezzo-soprano Milda Tubelytė sings the role of Harper Pitt in the new production of Eötvös‘ Angels in America at the Staatstheater Braunschweig, premiering on 29. February. The conductor is Christopher Lichtenstein and Florentine Klepper is the director.
American tenor Joshua Stewart sings on 1. and 06. March the title role in Charlie Parker‘s Yardbird at the Seattle Opera. Kelly Kuo is the conductor.
The Annapolis Opera in Maryland presents Carlisle Floyd’s opera Susannah on 13. and 15. March and features tenor Matthew Vickers as Sam Polk. Ronald J. Gretz conducts.
The Aalto-Musiktheater in Essen premieres Robert Carson‘s production of Don Carlo on 14. March. Dutch soprano Gabrielle Mouhlen gives her debut as Elisabetta and Albrecht Kludszuweit sings Graf von Lerma under the musical direction of Robert Jindra.
American soprano Elizabeth Reiter appears as Die Auserwählte and the Heilige Margarethe in the revival of the double-evening La Damoiselle élue from Debussy and Jeanne d'Arc au bûcher from Honegger at the Oper Frankfurt. The first performance takes place on 14. March under the musical direction of Titus Engel.
The Theater Bremen presents Paul-Georg Dittrich’s new production of Verdi’s Falstaff, opening on 15. March. Marysol Schalit is Nannetta and the American bass Stephen Clark is Pistola. Hartmut Keil conducts.
American mezzo-soprano Jennifer Panara gives her debut as Sesto in the new production of Giulio Cesare in Egitto at the Theater St. Gallen premiering on 21. March. Rubén Dubrovsky conducts the Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen and Fabio Ceresa is the director.
Bettina Oberli‘s new production of Eugen Onegin at the Theater Luzern opens on 21. March. Sarah Alexandra Hudarew sings Olga under the musical direction of Alexander Sinan Binder.