Welcome to the Elektra adventure.

We are a collective of artists with a mission to revitalize live performances in the wake of COVID that are accessible to all, while supporting extraordinary talent.
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Wir sind ein Künstlerkollektiv, das es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht hat, im Gefolge von COVID Live-Auftritte wiederzubeleben, die für alle zugänglich sind, und gleichzeitig außergewöhnliche Talente zu unterstützen.

Cast and creative team/
Besetzung und Kunstlerische Leitung

Meet our dedicated cast and creative team. /
Lernen Sie unser engagiertes Ensemble und Kunstlerische Leitung kennen.

Vanessa Lanch

Project Founder / Projekt-Gründerin
Chrysothemis (28.01.2022)

Vanessa ist eine führende Künstlerin im deutschen Opernrepertoire. Als junge Künstlerin des Meisterkurses der Bayreuther Festspiele 2019 in Bayreuth und Halbfinalistin des Internationalen Richard Wagner-Gesangswettbewerbs 2018 am Badischen Staatstheater Karlsruhe hat sie in den vergangenen Saisons auch Freia (Das Rheingold) und Sieglinde, Gerhilde (Die Walküre) und die Gutrune in Wagners Götterdämmerung uraufgeführt. Im 2022 wird Vanessa die Rolle Chrysothemis in Strauss' Elektra in Toronto, Kanada singen. Vanessa ist Kanadierin deutscher Abstammung und machte ihren Bachelor in Musik und Theaterproduktion an der York University in Toronto. Ihren Master in Musikperformance absolvierte sie mit Auszeichnung an der Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Danach absolvierte sie einen Masters in Oper an der Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität in Wien. Sie was auch mitglied des Bayreuter Festspielchors. Weitere Rollen die sie übernommen hat sind Agathe (Der Freischütz), Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni), Madama Cortese (Il viaggio a Reims), Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte) und die Gouvernante (The Turn of the Screw), Dritte Norn und Woglinde (Götterdämmerung).


Julie Wyma

Stage Director / Regie

Julie Wyma, eine wahre Renaissance-Frau der Oper, ist sowohl in Europa als auch in den Vereinigten Staaten als Regisseurin, Sängerin, Inspizientin, Perücken- und Maskenbildnerin, Kostümbildnerin, Produzentin und Pädagogin tätig. Zu den Opern die sie inszeniert hat zählen Wagners Lohengrin, Das Rheingold und Die Walküre (Berlin Wagner Gruppe), Wagners kompletten Ring-Zyklus (Opera By Request, halbszenisch), Massenets Werther (Irrational Entertainment), Händels Semele (Midwest Early Opera Works), Jonathan Stinsons The Three Bears und Ryan Oldhams The Emperor's Madness (University of Missouri-Kansas City), sowie Jason Robert Browns Musical The Last Five Years (Voci Inglesi). Sie hat Opernszenenprogramme an der Opera North und der University of Missouri-Kansas City geleitet. Im Jahr 2019 produzierte sie eine szenische Aufführung von The AIDS Quilt Songbook: Berlin Edition, die Uraufführungen zweier neuen Lieder enthielt. Zu ihren nächsten Regieprojekten gehören Wagners Siegfried und Götterdämmerung mit der Berlin Wagner Gruppe und Franz von Suppés Die schöne Galathée mit dem Chorinale Festival.


Boram Ahn

Head vocal coach and orchestra /
Studienleitung, 'Orchester'

Boram Ahn is a pianist and opera répétiteur currently based in Berlin. Her recent engagements in Germany includes Fidelio and Der Bettelstudent in Theater Osnabrück, Der fliegende Holländer and Elegies für Junge Liebende (Hans Werner Henze) in Landestheater Detmold, Anatevka in Thüringer Schlossfestspiel Sondershausen, Salome and Luisa Fernanda at Theater Nordhausen. In summer 2015 and 2016, she was invited to join Narnia Festival Vocal Arts Program in Italy, where she assisted musical preparation of Le Nozze di Figaro, Suor Angelica, and Così Fan Tutte. Boram Ahn was born and raised in South Korea and studied composition, piano performance, and collaborative piano at McGill University. During her time in Montreal as a student and freelance pianist, she was actively involved in various vocal and chamber music recitals, choir accompaniment, opera productions, and new music projects. Her mentors and teachers include Jean Lesage, Brian Cherney, Richard Raymond, Kyoko Hashimoto, Michael McMahon, Patrick Hansen, and Julian Wachner.


Susan Tsagkaris

Elektra (28.01.2022) / Founder of Toronto Elektra

Operatic Powerhouse, heroic dramatic soprano Susan Tsagkaris possesses the stamina and strength to portray the most dramatic female roles written. An accomplished singer and actress with extensive operatic experience, Susan has performed with major opera companies and symphonies in Canada and internationally. Susan’s gift for the dramatic repertoire was apparent in her triumphant American debut of Princess Turandot with St. Petersburg Opera co. Her recent portrayal of Brünnhilde in Wagner’s Götterdämmerung with Toronto’s OBR received much acclaim as noted in Opera Canada Magazine. Susan has worked with some of the world’s finest Wagner/Strauss experts as she advances towards international stages in the rare Hochdramatischer Sopran (high heroic dramatic soprano) repertoire. Susan gained early operatic experience with the Canadian Opera Company where she performed a wide range of roles and styles. She specializes in the niche roles of Isolde, Elektra, Die Färberin, Brünnhilde (all three Wagner Ring operas), Salome, and Turandot and looks forward to performing the title role of Elektra in concert in Berlin and Toronto in early 2022.


Catharine Woodward

Elektra (21.02.2022)

Catharine is a British dramatic soprano residing in Germany. Since moving into the dramatic repertoire she has twice been in the live finals of the Lauritz Melchior (Wagner) Competition in Denmark, and has been selected as one of the top singers in NYIOPs ANON:DE audition project. After Elektra, in February 2022 she will sing Leonora la Forza del Destino in London. Catharine studied Music at the University of Durham, Vocal Performance at Trinity Laban & at the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. She has worked at English National Opera, Scottish Opera, the Aix-en-Provence Festival and many other prestigious companies and festivals. Her opera roles include Eva Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Elisabetta Don Carlo, Mimi La Boheme (Regent’s Opera), Donna Elvira Don Giovanni (Diva Opera UK), Alice Ford Falstaff (Fulham Opera), Edna in Tobias & The Angel  and Sarah in Clemency (both Highbury Opera Theatre).


Kerstin Krühler

Elektra (cover)

Nach ihrem Abschluss an der ArtEZ hogeschool voor de kunsten schloss sich Kerstin Krühler dem Dutch Opera Studio von Wiebke Göetjes an. Dort sang sie u.a. die Blanche und Madame Lidoine in Poulencs Dialogues des Carmélites, die Titelpartie in Aida von Verdi, Mutter in Humperdincks Hänsel und Gretel und Gerhilde in der Walküre (Reduktion) von Richard Wagner. 2014 erhielt sie das Richard-Wagner- Stipendium. 2018 folgte der Fachwechsel zum Dramatischen Sopran und Kerstin Krühler sang daraufhin beim Operazomer Waterland die Fremde Fürstin in Dvořáks Rusalka und Mère Marie in Dialogues des Carmélites. Unter Leitung von Ardashes Agoshian debütierte Kerstin Krühler 2019 als Abigaille in Verdis Nabucco. Beim Dramatic Voices Program Berlin sang sie im August 2021 die Elektra in Szenen aus Strauss' Elektra im Rahmen von Livestream Konzerten und gestreamten Aufnahmen. Im November 2021 sind Aufführungen der Walküre (Reduktion) mit dem Dutch Opera Studio geplant, indem sie die Brünnhilde singen wird.


Kathleen Parker

Chrysothemis (21.01.2022)

Praised as “an ideal Wagner soprano” (Straits Times), Kathleen Parker has thrilled international audiences with her “bell-like high notes”, “rich, expressive voice” and “powerfully acted and sung” performances. Kathleen has sung at Opera Cologne, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Theater Nordhausen, Staatstheater Wiesbaden and Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater. Senta, Elisabeth, Woglinde, Helmwige, Ellen Orford, Vitellia and Elettra feature among her favourite roles. Notable awards include the Wolfgang Wagner Prize and the Audience Prize at the International Singing Competition for Wagner Voices and the Opera Foundation of Australia’s German-Australian Opera Grant.

Kathleen is the managing director of Red Tape Translation, a Berlin-based company dedicated to navigating German bureaucracy. The team has assisted thousands of freelance creatives with registering, working, getting married and obtaining work permits in Germany.

Born in Canada and raised in Australia, Kathleen studied at the University of Queensland (BMus Hons I) and the Australian Opera Studio (Dux Prize).


Stephanie DePrez

Chrysothemis (cover) / 4. Magd /  Die Vertraute

Stephanie DePrez (USA) began 2021 with an Artist Grant from The Wagner Society of Washington DC. She spent this past summer with the American Wagner Project, studying Elisabeth (Tannhäuser) and Elsa (Lohengrin). She will sing Freia in the Miami Classical Music Festival’s production of Das Rheingold in the summer of 2022. Recent roles include Woglinde in Das Rheingold with the Dramatic Voices Program Berlin, and Gerhilde in Die Walküre. Stephanie DePrez holds a Masters in Music in Voice from the University of California Los Angeles, where she was the recipient of the Mimi Alpert Feldman Scholarship for Voice and the Fritz Altmann Scholarship, and was the 2018 Graduate Commencement Speaker. From 2019-2021 Stephanie taught English at the University of Lower Austria with Fulbright Austria, while studying privately with Linda Watson in Vienna. Stephanie is also a professional stand-up comedian, and has performed her opera-centric set in Berlin, Vienna, Denver, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. www.stephaniedeprez.com


Ingeborg Børch

Klytämnestra (28.01.2022)

Ingeborg is a graduate from Royal Academy of music in London and the Royal Danish opera academy in Denmark. Since her debut at the Royal Danish Opera as the 4th Maid in Richard Strauss’ Elektra in 2010. she has appeared in several productions and recitals in Scandinavia and Germany and the UK. Her opera roles include Carmen, Suzuki (Mme Butterfly), Maddalena (Rigoletto) and Maria in Piazollas tango opera Maria de Buenos Aires. Ingeborg has been a soloist with Copenhagen Philharmonics, Bochumer Philharmonie, Malmø Opera Orkester, Odense Symphony Orchestra, Danish Chamber Players and The Royal Danish Orchestra. She has worked with conductors Jorma Panula, Tobias Ringborg, Kristiina Poska and Friedemann Layer. Future engagements include Fricka in The Ring Cycle in 22-24. She will also be covering the main role as “Anna” in The Seven Deadly Sins by Kurt Weill at the Royal Danish Opera this spring. For more information, please visit www.mezzomatch.com.


Gráinne Gillis

Klytämnestra (21.01.2022)

Hailed by the Observer as a voice with "rich, dramatic potential", Gráinne Gillis is an Irish-American contralto. She read Music at UCC and graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. In 2018/19 she sang Flora in the Olivier award-winning King’s Head Theatre’s production of La Traviata and opened the London Song Festival. Other highlights include her one-woman show Mezzo Sings The Bard, Hélène in Faust et Hélène, the Old Woman in Candide and La Zia Principessa in Suor Angelica at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. In 2019/20 she made her Irish debut as Ruth in The Pirates of Penzance at Cork Opera House, and Vampyrmeister/Suse in Der Vampyr for Gothic Opera (Offie-nominated). COVID cancellations in 2020 included a national tour of Ireland with "Sea Trilogy" as well as 1st Magd/cover Klytemnestra in Elektra. During the pandemic, Gráinne has been involved in a number of online projects including No Room No Room No Room for Opera Harmony, aired on Operavision, "Last Party on Earth" on film and at Tête-à-Tête 2020, Bread and Circuses (Tête-à-Tête 2020), Random Opera’s Gianni Schicchi (Zita) and La Femme Lunatique’s Elizabeth Bishop project. Future roles include Erda (Siegfried), Mary (Der Fliegende Hollander) and composing and singing music for an installation commemorating the role of Irish women in the forthcoming Free State centenary.


Haakon Schaub

Orest

Der in Saarbrücken geborene Bassbariton Haakon Schaub studierte Gesang an der HfM „Hanns- Eisler“ bei Prof. Heinz Reeh. Derzeitige Zusammenarbeit mit KS. Prof. Hans Sotin an den Partien von Richard Wagner und Richard Strauss. Erste Fachpartien sang der Bassbariton schon während des Studiums, wie z.B. den Rheingold-Wotan, Escamillo aus G. Bizet ́s Carmen, oder Don Pizarro aus L.v. Beethoven ́s Fidelio und die Partie des Zaren aus A. Lortzing ́s Zar und Zimmermann. Debütiert hat Haakon Schaub an mehreren italienischen Opernhäusern (u.a. Pisa, Livorno, u.a.) mit der Partie Dreineinigkeitsmoses aus Kurt Weill ́s Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny. Mit dem Orchester des Teatro La Fenice, Venedig sang er die Partie des Don Giovanni unter Alberto Veronesi. Es folgten das Debut an der Staatsoper von Izmir (Musiklehrer in R. Strauss Ariadne auf Naxos und die Einladung zu den Eutiner Festspielen. Sein gesungenes Opernrepertoire umfasst weitere Partien von Komponisten wie W.A. Mozart, G. Rossini, R. Strauss und R. Wagner. Konzertengagements führten den Bassbariton mit den großen Partien des Konzert- und Oratorienrepertoires (u.a. Werke von G. Mahler, G. Verdi, J.S. Bach u.a.)in die Berliner Philharmonie, das Berliner Konzerthaus, den Nikolaisaal in Potsdam, die Oethkerhalle in Bielefeld und andere Konzerthäuser und Kirchen im In- und Ausland. Verschiedene Liedprogramme gestaltete der Bassbariton in Deutschland, der Türkei und den USA..


Daniel Keeling

Orest

Performing artist, Charakterbariton and Song Stylist Daniel Keeling of Topeka Kansas, is a singing musician who interprets many types of repertoire, from classical and musical theatre to jazz and mainstream music. Daniel has enjoyed being an ensemble/band member of Germany’s leading pop artist Sarah Connor as a background vocalist in her commercially successful 2019 HERZ KRAFT WERKE Tour all over Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. He looks forward to performing in her spring and Summer Tours of 2022. Daniel Keeling is a champion interpreter of modern and contemporary classical works. He has worked closely with composers Philip Glass and poet/songwriter Leonard Cohen in their collaborative work BOOK OF LONGING, David Lang in his work THE DIFFICULTY OF CROSSING A FIELD, as well as performed other modern and contemporary works. As lead singer for the nouveau jazz group Deja Nova Trio, he collaborated on about 30 original songs with songwriter Shawn Cassette. Operatic include Figaro in LE NOZZE DI FIGARO, Giorgio Germont in LA TRAVIATA, Oreveso in NORMA, La Voce dell’ Oracolo di Nettuno in IDOMENEO, Crown in PORGY AND BESS, and Escamillo in CARMEN. His musical theatre credits include Joe/ensemble in ON THE TOWN, Benjamin in JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, Fred in SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE, and Swing/ensemble of the 1st and 2nd National Tours of the 1994 Broadway Revival of SHOW BOAT..


Calvin Lee

Aegisth

Der amerikanische Tenor Calvin Lee stammt aus Miami, Florida und studierte an der North Carolina School of Arts in Winston-Salem North Carolina Am Conservatorio di Trento in Italien, gefolgt von Studien an der New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida. Nach seinem Abschluss machte Calvin Lee 1996 sein professionelles Debut mit der Houston Grand Opera’s International Tour von Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Diese führte ihn an namhafte Opernhäuser, wie das Teatro alla Scala, die Opera National in Paris, Tokios Bunkamura Orchard Hall, Navagos Aichi Prefectural Art Theatre und das Internationale Festival in Osaka, Japan. 2021 wird er den Oedipus Rex mit der Dutch National Opera and Ballet singen. Im Herbst 2020 sang er in einer neuen Produktion von Porgy and Bess am Theater an der Wien in Wien, Österreich. Im Januar 2020 sang Calvin Lee die Rolle des Professors in Joseph Haas' Die Hochzeit des Jobs am Winterstein Theater in Annaberg- Buchholz.

Herr Lee debütierte in der Saison 2018/2019 an der English National Opera (London) und der Dutch National Opera (Amsterdam) in einer Koproduktion von Gershwins Porgy and Bess. Weitere Rollen und Produktionen, in denen er gesungen hat, sind John Adams Girls of the Golden West (Dutch National Opera), Porgy and Bess (Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Semperoper, Staatsoper Hamburg und Alte Oper Frankfurt am Main), Italienischen Sänger in Strauss’ Der Rosenkavalier (Theater Werk München), Mingo in Porgy and Bess (Royal Danish Opera), Show Boat (Bad Hersfelder Festspielen), Mingo, Crabman und Nelson in Porgy and Bess (Tanglewood Music Festival mit dem Boston Symphony Orchestra) und Porgy and Bess unter der Leitung von Maestro Bram Tovey. Einen gesanglichen Höhepunkt bot Calvin Lee 2010 beim Hollywood Bowl mit der Los Angeles Philharmonic in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Arkansas Symphony Orchester.


John Haque

Aegisth

John Haque has studied at the University College of Opera in Stockholm and at Stockholm OperaStudio. He has sung the roles of Macduff in Macbeth in Bristol, Siegmund in Die Walküre in Berlin, Raja Dushmanta in Sakontala in Bangkok, Jesus in Peter - The musical in Los Angeles, Mario Cavaradossi in Tosca at Dala-Floda Operafestival and at the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. Previously he has also sung Alfredo in La Traviata, Duca in Rigoletto and Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly in Parma, Italy. In Sweden he has also performed the roles of Turiddu in Cavalleria Rusticana, Rodolphe in La Bohème, Count Leicester in Maria Stuart’s, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Gustaf III in Un ballo in maschera and Jason in Medea, Alfred in Die Fledermaus , Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte and Vogelsang in Der Schauspieldirektor.


Sarai Cole

Die Aufseherin / Chrysothemis (study)

Possessing a rich, powerful voice that evokes unmistakable echoes of past opera greats, Sarai Cole is an international Verdian/Wagnerian soprano and a rising star in the opera world, having won numerous awards, grants, and competitions such as the Barry Alexander International Voice Competition at Carnegie Hall and the Long Beach Mozart Festival Competition. Ms. Cole has performed across the globe and received grants from Wagner societies across the United States and Germany. Most recently Ms. Cole performed in the spring festival for StaatsOper Stuttgart, the BAM Berliner Festival für aktuelles Musiktheater, and in an experimental production called White Limozeen. Recently she was in a masterclass with Günther Groissböck for the abridged 2020 Bayreuth Wagner Festival. Her upcoming projects include a concert with Freunde Junger Künstlerinnen und Künstler, and recording of a staged project that incorporates poetry and lieder. Sarai is looking forward to the rescheduling of many concerts and productions in the next year.


Lior Stern

5. Magd / Die Schleppträgerin /
Promotional Material Designer / Werbemittel-Designerin

Lior Stern was born in Israel and trained in Visual Arts at the Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts and gained her BA and MA in Vocal Performance at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. During her studies, Lior was a member of the Jerusalem Academy Chamber Choir, conducted by Stanley Sperber, as well as the vocal ensemble Naked Voices, conducted by Tamir Chasson. During her MA, she was a student of Michal Shamir and Dr. Gershon Stern. As a soloist, she won second prize at Charles Schneider Competition in 2009, as well as second prize in the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Lied Competition in 2010. Subsequent to each competition she was selected to perform a solo recital, both of which were live-broadcast on Israeli Radio. Lior was also awarded a scholarship from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation. Lior moved to Berlin in 2013 and has been a regular participant in programs instructed by Janet Williams, Karola Theill, and Peter Sefcik. Since 2015 she has made regular guest appearances with Deutsche Oper Berlin and other leading theaters in Berlin, Hamburg, Magdeburg and Cottbus. A member of the Bayreuth Festival Chorus since 2019, she has performed in multiple operas by Richard Wagner, as well as some solo roles, such as Edeldame and Edelknabe in Lohengrin and Blumenmädchen in Parsifal.


Marie-Gabrielle Arco

3.Magd

Mezzo-Soprano Marie-Gabrielle Arco completed her Master's degree in Vocal Performance at the Manhattan School of Music in NYC in 2017. With the MSM Opera Theater, she performed the role of Sesto in Mozart's La clemenza di Tito, conducted by Maestro George Manahan (Portland Opera, NYCO), for which she was praised by Opera News for her "strong dramatic presence.” Recent performance highlights include a concert at the Apollo Saal at the Staatsoper Berlin (October 2019) and a zoom concert with Friends of the Staatsoper Berlin (December 2020). Other projects during the pandemic include staged and filmed adaptation of Debussy’s Chansons de Bilitis with director Glen Sheppard (ENO, DNO). In 2019, Marie-Gabrielle performed the role of Annio from Mozart's La clemenza di Tito at the Norwegian National Opera as a young artist at LidalNorth. In 2018, she performed the role of Second Lady from Mozart's Die Zauberflöte with Tel Aviv Summer Opera, where she also performed part of Schumann's Frauenliebe und -leben with acclaimed pianist Kevin Murphy and sang a gala performance with the Israel Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra.


Kristin Patterson Brehm

1. Magd

American dramatic Mezzo-soprano Kristin Patterson Brehm has been described by critics as “brilliant” with “rich contralto singing”, a “charismatic presence” who “sings and acts exceptionally”. Ms. Patterson Brehm most recently sang with Den Norske Opera in Oslo, Norway. Her other recent international performances include Grimgerde in Die Walküre, 2nd Norn in Götterdämmerung, Erda in Das Rheingold, the title role in Carmen, Madame de Croissy in Dialogues des Carmelites, Antonia's mother in Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Marcellina in Le Nozze di Figaro, and Herodias in Salome. In 2019 she made her Berlin Philharmonie and Konzerthaus debuts singing the role of Marie Aegyptiaca in Mahler's 8th Symphony. In the US she has sung with many companies including Opera in the Heights, Des Moines Metro Opera, Nevada Opera, Castleton Festival with Maestro Lorin Maazel, and Central Florida Lyric Opera. In 2011 she made her Carnegie Hall debut and critics noted her "powerful alto voice". Kristin also starred in the premiere of Christian McCleer's Ruby on RTB Theater TV in New York City. Ms. Patterson Brehm has toured extensively in Europe, Israel and the United States, including the world premiere of Bill Doherty's Requiem, a tour in Italy singing the Pergolesi Stabat Mater, on two different tours to the Vatican singing the solo in Mozart's Vesperae Solemnes for Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis, and a concert tour with La Scala artist Andrea Elena.


Craig Lemont Walters

Der Pfleger des Orest / Ein alter Diener

Craig Lemont Walters wurde in Paget, Bermuda, geboren und begann seine musikalische Ausbildung mit Klavierunterricht im Alter von acht Jahren. Er erhielt seine Ausbildung mit Stipendium an der Jacksonville Universität in Florida, und am Peabody Konservatorium in Maryland bei Prof. William Ray. Seine Liebe zu Geshwin brachte ihn im Jahr 2004 zu Porgy & Bess beim Dalhalla Music Festival in Rättvik, Schweden und zur Berliner Philharmonie mit dem Sinfonie Orchester Berlin unter Dirigent Scott Lowton. Er machte CD aufnahmen für von amerikanischer Negro Spirituals, das bei der Firma R.P.C. herausgegeben wurde. Außerdem hatte er die Ehre, in einer Welturaufführung Lieder von William Schirmer und David DiPale zu Singen. In Deutschland sang er in die deutsche Erstaufführung der Oper Gloria von Jaxtberg des österreichischen Komponisten H.K. Gruber am Münchener Volkstheater. Unter seinen vielen anderen Solo- und Gastauftritten befinden sich Vorstellungen bei der Jacksonville Opera Company, der Baltimore Opera, dem Spoleto Festival in Melbourne, Australien, und dem Capuziner Theater in Luxemburg, sowie Konzert-Auftritte mit dem Philharmonischen Orchester Satu Mare in Wuppertal und dem Göttinger Symphonie Orchester.


Alexander Simoes

Ein junger Diener

Geboren in Venezuela, studierte Alexander Simoes an der Vokal Akademie „FUNDAMUSICAL“ Bolívar mit Schwerpunkt Oper, Lied und Barockgesang. Er sang als Solist und Chorsänger weltweit in bekannten Konzertsälen und Theatern, wie z.B. in der Carnegie Hall (USA), Walt Disney Concert Hall (USA), Boston Symphony Hall (USA), Lincoln Center New York (USA), Teatro Colón (Argentina), Shanghai Daning Theater (China), Berliner Dom (Berlin). Er sang unter der Leitung bekannter Dirigenten wie Gustavo Dudamel, Helmuth Rilling, María Guinand, Alberto Grau, Marin Alsop und Robert Spano. Zu seinem Konzertrepertoire als Solist gehören u.a.: La Traviata - Verdi, Messiah - Händel, Weihnachtsoratorium – Bach, Oratorio de Nöel – Saint-Saens, Balak und Bilam - Adler.


Welcome to the Elektra adventure

Enjoy this except from soprano, Catharine Woodward, who will sing the title role of our chosen piece, Strauss's Elektra, on January 21st, 2022.

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