Adela Zaharia, Michael Weinius, Maria Kataeva & Michael Volle Lead Deutsche Oper Am Rhein’s 2023-24 Season

The Deutsche Oper am Rhein has announced its 2023-24 season. Premieres The first new production of the season will be Wagner’s “Parsifal” with Daniel Frank and Michael Weinius sharing the title role. They are joined by Bogdan Baciu, Luke Stoker, Hans-Peter König, Joachim Goltz, and Sarah Ferede. Axel Kober conducts the production by Michael Thalheimer. Performance Dates: Sept. 17, 2023-April 7, {…}

Adela Zaharia, Liana Aleksanyan, Gabriela Scherer & Riccardo Massi Lead Deutsche Oper am Rhein’s 2022-23 Season

The Deutsche Oper am Rhein has announced its 2022-23 season. New Productions Michael Thalheimer directs Verdi’s “Macbeth.” Stephen Blunier conducts a cast starring Hrolfur Saemundsson, Ewa Plonka, Bogdan Talos, Ovidiu Purcel, and David Fischer, among others. Performance Dates: June 12 – Sept. 18, 2022 Vasily Barkhatov directs “Der Fliegende Holländer” with Patrick Long conducting. The opera stars Gabriela Scherer, James Rutherford, {…}

Peter Mattei, Julia Kleiter & Klaus Florian Vogt Lead Duisburger Philharmoniker’s 2021-22 Season

(Credits: Håkan Flank / Theodora Richter / Harald Hoffmann) The Duisburger Philharmoniker has announced its 2021-22 season. For the purposes of this article, we will focus on vocal works only. A performance of Beethoven‘s “Missa Solemnis” stars soprano Julia Kleiter, tenor Christoph Prégardien, alto Ingeborg Danz, and bass Tareq Nazmi. Christoph Spering conducts the Chorus Musicus Köln. Performance dates: Sep. {…}

Joyce El-Khoury, Leonardo Caimi & Andrew Shore Lead Welsh National Opera’s 2021-22 Season

The Welsh National Opera has announced its 2021-22 season. Autumn 2021 The season will open at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff in September with Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville.” The cast will include Nico Darmanin,  Nicholas Lester,  Heather Lowe, Andrew Shore,  Keel Watson, and Tomáš Hanus will conduct.  Performance Dates: Sept. 9, 2021 – Dec 2, 2021 at Cardiff, Plymouth, Birmingham, {…}