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01-09-2016
New on our roster: baritone David Pershall: Marcello in Salzburg – from Feb. 26th
New on our roster: baritone David Pershall: Marcello in Salzburg  – from Feb. 26th

We are more than pleased to announce that David Pershall, has tasked us with representing him in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. He has already sung Figaro, Belcore, Sharpless and Lescaut at the Wiener Staatsoper, Figaro, Schaunard and Lord Cecil (“Maria Stuarda”)at the New York Metropolitan Opera...

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01-09-2016
Johannes Wildner in Maribor and Palermo – Feb. 16th resp. Feb. 24th and 25th
Johannes Wildner in Maribor and Palermo – Feb. 16th resp. Feb. 24th and 25th

  On February 16th, the Maribor Symphony is hosting Johannes Wildner; the programme comprises Rossini’s Wilhelm Tell Overture, the Concerto for orchestra and string quartet by Daniel Schnyder, Slovenian composer, and Sibelius’ Second Symphony. On February 24th and 25th, Wildner returns to the rostr...

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01-09-2016
Première: The Nederlandse Reisopera showing “Don Giovanni” with Matthias Hoffmann as Masetto – from March 3rd
Première: The Nederlandse Reisopera showing “Don Giovanni” with Matthias Hoffmann as Masetto – from March 3rd

  As of next season, Matthias Hoffmann will become a member of the permanent cast of the Cologne Opera, having already been under contract to the Opera Studio in Cologne. In the meantime, the young Austrian bass-baritone celebrates his role debut as Masetto in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” with the Ned...

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01-09-2016
Back on stage: Erika Miklosa in Erkel’s “Hunyadi László” at the Budapest State Opera – from March 10th
Back on stage: Erika Miklosa in Erkel’s “Hunyadi László” at the Budapest State Opera – from March 10th

  In 1844, Ferenc Erkel wrote the first grand opera in Hungarian, “Hunyadi László”, about the Hungarian 1456 victory over the Turks. And this work, extremely popular in Hungary, now reopens at the Budapest Erkel Theatre with Erika Miklosa as Maria Gara. Performances begin on March 3rd.      

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01-09-2016
World première: Thomas Morse’s “Frau Schindler” with Maximilian Mayer, Christoph Seidl and Christoph Filler in Munich – from March 9th
World première: Thomas Morse’s “Frau Schindler” with Maximilian Mayer, Christoph Seidl and Christoph Filler in Munich – from March 9th

  "Frau Schindler" is a bespoke work created for the Gärtnerplatztheater Munich; its creator Thomas Morse sheds light on Emilie Schindler’s contribution to saving the lives of 1300 Jews, a tale brought to life some years ago in Spielberg’s movie “Schindler’s List”. Katarina Hebelkova and Matthias...

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