Marigona Qerkezi, Adela Zaharia, Ramona Zaharia, Konu Kim, Liana Aleksanyan, Alasdair Kent & Scott Hendricks Lead Deutsche Oper am Rhein’s 2024-25 Season

The Deutsche Oper am Rhein has announced its 2024-25 season. Premieres Verdi’s “Nabucco” will be directed by Ilaria Lanzino. Vitali Alekseenok and Katharina Müllner conduct a cast that includes Alexey Zelenkov, Eduardo Aladrén, Jussi Myllys, Liang Li, Svetlana Kasyan, and Marigona Qerkezi. Performance Dates: Sept. 10-Dec. 25, 2024 Christoph Stöcker and Katharina Müllner conduct Jerry Bock, Joseph Stein, and Sheldon Harnick’s {…}

Kristine Opolais, Karine Babajanyan, Olena Tokar & Nicholas Brownlee Lead Oper Leipzig’s 2024-25 Season

Oper Leipzig has announced its 2024-25 season. Premieres Bach’s “Amadis, der Ritter” is set to star Matthias Stier, Daniel Arnaldos, Olga Jelínková, Samantha Gaul, Sarah Traubel, Olena Tokar, Franz Xaver Schlecht, Jonathan Michie, Jonathan Michie, Gabrielė Kupšytė, Nora Steuerwald, and Franziska Zwink. Performance Dates: Sept. 21, 2024-June 15, 2025 Daniele Squeo conducts Bellini’s “Norma” with a cast that includes Dominick Chenes, {…}

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, Maria Kataeva, Elena Sancho Pereg & Elisabet Strid Headline Deutsche Oper am Rhein’s 2021-22 Season

(Credit: Jens Wegener) The Deutsche Oper am Rhein has announced its 2021-22 season. Here is the full slate. Opera Premieres Dorottya Láng and Bogdan Taloş star in Demis Volpi’s production of Béla Bartók’s “Bluebeard’s Castle” with Axel Kober conducting. Performance dates: Sep. 10 – Oct. 2, 2021 Mieczysław Weinberg’s opera “MaselTov!” spotlights Lavinia Dames, Kimberley Boettger-Soller, Anna Harvey, Sylvia Hamvasi, {…}

Adela Zaharia & Liana Aleksanyan Headline Deutsche Oper Am Rhein 2019-20 Season

The Deutsche Oper Am Rhein has announced its new season featuring 29 productions including 10 new productions, and a full Ring Cycle. New Productions  Two casts highlight Gound’s “Roméo et Juliette” in a new production by Philipp Westerbarkei. Luiza Fatyol and Sylvia Hamvasi share the role of Juliette, while Ovidiu Purcel and Gustavo de Gennaro alternate as Roméo. David Crescenzi and Marie Jacquot conduct. Performance Dates: {…}

Elena Moşuc & Liana Aleksanyan Headline Teatro Verdi Trieste’s 2018-19 Season

The Teatro Verdi Trieste has announced its 2018-19 season. The season opens with Bellini’s “I Puritani” starring Elena Moşuc, Antonino Siragusa, and Alexey Birkus. Fabrizio Maria Carminati conducts Emilio Sagi’s acclaimed production from the Teatro Real de Madrid. Performance Dates: Nov. 16-24, 2018 Christopher Franklin conducts Verdi’s “Nabucco” starring Giovanni Meoni, Giuseppe Infantino, Nicola Ulivieri, and Aya Wakizono. Performance Dates: Jan 18-26, 2019 {…}

Weekend Preview (International) – 2/17-19: Jose Cura Stars as Wagner’s ‘Tannhauser’ and Anna Netrebko Continues In ‘Il Trovatore’

It’s the weekend and that means there is a lot  to see around the world. For opera goers the houses will offer lots of Puccini, Verdi and Mozart. There will also be Rossini, Berg and Janáček for the most adventurous opera lovers. Check it out! Austria  At the Wiener Staatsoper audiences will be able to hear two of the most popular {…}

Weekend Preview (12/16-18) – International: Anna Netrebko Returns to ‘Macbeth’ and Renee Fleming Opens ‘Der Rosenkavalier’

The weekend is upon us and that means many operas will be presented around the world. Many theaters will offer holiday presentations while some of the greatest singers return to the stage such as Renee Fleming, Simon Keenlyside, Rolando Villazon, Anna Netrebko, Rene Pape and Nina Stemme. Austria  Simon Keenlyside returns to the Vienna State Opera for Verdi’s “Macbeth” with the {…}