What’s coming?

July 31, 2015

The theatre season in Nuremberg ended yesterday with the piano dress of Götterdämmerung.
It has been a full on spring with a lot of fantastic music and challenges.

The first months of the next season will be, if possible, even more intense than the last months this season. Götterdämmerung will open the season, closely followed by the revivals of Figaro and Fledermaus and the premiere of the children’s opera Pinocchio


I’m glad to be able to write that I am singing some very interesting concerts in between too. Opening my very private season, mid September, is a recital with the musical assistent from Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Gary Gromis. I am very much looking forward to our work with the German-Scandinavian from the later part of the 19th century. A programme which I partly will present at the International Chamber Music Festival in Nuremberg as a part of the series “Eine gute halbe Stunde” (a good half hour)  together with Neil Valenta.

Two other concerts later during the year which I particularly looking forward too are the alternative reading of Bach’s Christmas Oratory in St. Lorenz in Nuremberg as well as the world premiere of “Hulda” by Dorothea Hoffman in Biblische Bilder, the final concert of the 52. Fürther Kirchenmusiktage.


Time to take a few weeks off and recharge.