Tonight, we at Theater Dortmund will open the new production of Rossini’s La Cenerentola. It’s a charming production with terrific musicianship all around, and I’m very glad to be a part of it. I’m proud of the work we’ve done, and I’m looking forward to getting this in front of an audience.
Tonight, we’re opening Der Graf von Luxemburg at Theater Dortmund. This is my first experience with the operetta, and I’ve grown to love it. The story is wacky, the characters are charming, and the music ranges from boisterous to luscious.
Our production is fun and energetic with outrageous costumes and gorgeous sets, and my colleagues at the theater have done an amazing job putting it together. I’m really looking forward to performing it before an audience.
More info at Theater Dortmund’s website.
In a few hours, Theater Dortmund’s new production of Tannhäuser will open. I’m really looking forward to this both musically and theatrically, and I’m very happy for all of my colleagues and the incredible work they’ve done.
More info here:
It’s a really fun production, and there are going to be plenty of performances during this year’s season.
Info at Theater Dortmund
On Sunday, Theater Dortmund will have its premiere of Don Carlo. Naturally, I’m singing in the chorus, and I’m singing as one of the six monks who are quite insistent that the auto-de-fé happen as planned.
I’ve really enjoyed the rehearsal process, my colleagues are excellent, and I’m really looking forward to performing it before an audience.
See the event listing at the Theater Dortmund website here (in German).
Am Sonntag ist die Premiere Don Carlo. Natürlich singe ich im Opernchor, und ich singe auch als einer der Mönche.
Ich freue mich sehr auf die Premiere.
Sehen Sie mehr Informationen hier.