Philippe Do

Philippe Do was born in France to Vietnamese parents. He began his singing career at the Opéra National de Lyon. This was followed by guest engagements at renowned international theaters such as Théâtre du Châtelet, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées de Paris, Capitole de Toulouse, Teatro alla Scala de Milan, Teatro La Fenice Venice, San Carlo de Naples, Volksoper Wien, Concertgebouw and Het Muziekteather Amsterdam, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Opéra de Lausanne, Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto, Auditorium di Roma, Prague State Opera, Opera North, to name but a few.

Michael Gniffke

Most recently, the tenor has been specializing more and more in character roles and contemporary repertoire, including for example the Captain in "Wozzeck" or the tenor role in Detlev Glanert's "Drei Wasserspiele". Another focus of his repertoire are roles in the German fach such as Paul (Die Tote Stadt), Herodes (Salome), Loge (Das Rheingold), Mime (Das Rheingold, Siegfried) Kavalier (Cardillac), Witch (Hansel and Gretel) and Aegisth (Elektra). In 2015 Michael Gniffke made his successful debut at the Opéra de Dijon as the Captain in "Wozzeck" in the much acclaimed production by Sandrine Angelade with the SWR Radio Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg under Emilio Pomárico

Daniel Johannsen

Austrian tenor Daniel Johannsen is one of the most sought-after Evangelists and Bach interpreters of his generation. Since his debut, performances as a concert, lieder and opera singer with works from all eras have taken him to the major music centers of Europe, North America, Japan and the Middle East. In addition to his regular concerts at the Wiener Musikverein and the Berliner Philharmonie, he is a guest at numerous festivals (Styriarte Graz, Rheingau Music Festival, Israel Festival, La Folle Journée, international Bach festivals).

Matthias Koziorowski

Since the 2018-19 season, he has been a member of the company of the Halle Opera House. Until now in Halle he has made some important role debuts: Max (Der Freischütz), Lensky (Eugene Onegin), Prince (Rusalka), Vasco da Gama (L'Africaine), Sou-Chong (The Land of Smiles), Fritz (The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein) and Guido Bardi (Eine florentinische Tragödie) directed by Tobias Kratzer. In the 2019-20 season, Mr Koziorowski made his role debut as Grigory/Dimitri in the new production of "Boris Godunov" at the Mainz State Theatre to great acclaim.

David Lee

The tenor David Lee is the winner of numerous prizes and awards. David Lee has been a member of the ensemble at the Staatstheater Darmstadt since the 2017-18 season. In 2018-19 the tenor made his role debut as Riccardo / Gustavo III (Un ballo in maschera), appeared in the new productions of the "Magic Flute" as Tamino and in Saint-Saëns´ "Saint François d'Assise" as Frère Massée. In 2019-20 he made his role debut as Edgardo in "Lucia di Lammermoor".

Ziad Nehme

A particular focus for Ziad Nehme is the contemporary repertoire. At the Nationaltheater Mannheim he sang the role of Natale in the world premiere of the opera "Esame di Mezzanotte" by Lucia Ronchetti. From 2016 to 2018 he appeared in the leading role of Rogelio in the world premiere of Martin Matalon's opera "L´Ombre de Venceslao" in the CFPL coproduction of the Théâtre Du Capitole de Toulouse, the Grand Théâtre de Reims, the Opéra de Marseille, the Opéra National de Bordeaux, the Opéra Grand Avignon, the Opéra de Toulon and others.

Andreas Post

The tenor Andreas Post is particularly valued for his vocal and haunting interpretations of the great evangelist parts by Johann Sebastian Bach. In 2019 he sang concerts with Andreas Spering, the "St. Matthew Passion" with the Münchener Bach-Chor under Hansjörg Albrecht at the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich and Telemann's "Lukaspassion 1744" with the Dresden Chamber Choir and the Wroclaw Barock Orchestra as well as numerous other concerts. 2020: CD production "Christmas Oratorio" (JS Bach) with the Stuttgart Hymnus Boys' Choir, a Beethoven-Schubert program under Paul Mc Creesh, Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" with Jos van Immerseel (cancelled).....

Florian Sievers

The young tenor Florian Sievers was born in Hamburg, Germany. He studied voice with Prof. Berthold Schmid at the Leipzig University of Music and Theater and graduated in 2018 with distinction. Florian Sievers, now in demand as a concert and oratorio soloist, already appeared in the opening concert of the Musikfest Stuttgart 2017 in J. S. Bach's St. John Passion under Hans-Christoph Rademann.

Philippe Do

Philippe Do was born in France to Vietnamese parents. He began his singing career at the Opéra National de Lyon. This was followed by guest engagements at renowned international theaters such as Théâtre du Châtelet, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées de Paris, Capitole de Toulouse, Teatro alla Scala de Milan, Teatro La Fenice Venice, San Carlo de Naples, Volksoper Wien, Concertgebouw and Het Muziekteather Amsterdam, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Opéra de Lausanne, Festival dei Due Mondi di Spoleto, Auditorium di Roma, Prague State Opera, Opera North, to name but a few.

Michael Gniffke

Most recently, the tenor has been specializing more and more in character roles and contemporary repertoire, including for example the Captain in "Wozzeck" or the tenor role in Detlev Glanert's "Drei Wasserspiele". Another focus of his repertoire are roles in the German fach such as Paul (Die Tote Stadt), Herodes (Salome), Loge (Das Rheingold), Mime (Das Rheingold, Siegfried) Kavalier (Cardillac), Witch (Hansel and Gretel) and Aegisth (Elektra). In 2015 Michael Gniffke made his successful debut at the Opéra de Dijon as the Captain in "Wozzeck" in the much acclaimed production by Sandrine Angelade with the SWR Radio Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg under Emilio Pomárico

Daniel Johannsen

Austrian tenor Daniel Johannsen is one of the most sought-after Evangelists and Bach interpreters of his generation. Since his debut, performances as a concert, lieder and opera singer with works from all eras have taken him to the major music centers of Europe, North America, Japan and the Middle East. In addition to his regular concerts at the Wiener Musikverein and the Berliner Philharmonie, he is a guest at numerous festivals (Styriarte Graz, Rheingau Music Festival, Israel Festival, La Folle Journée, international Bach festivals).

Matthias Koziorowski

Since the 2018-19 season, he has been a member of the company of the Halle Opera House. Until now in Halle he has made some important role debuts: Max (Der Freischütz), Lensky (Eugene Onegin), Prince (Rusalka), Vasco da Gama (L'Africaine), Sou-Chong (The Land of Smiles), Fritz (The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein) and Guido Bardi (Eine florentinische Tragödie) directed by Tobias Kratzer. In the 2019-20 season, Mr Koziorowski made his role debut as Grigory/Dimitri in the new production of "Boris Godunov" at the Mainz State Theatre to great acclaim.

David Lee

The tenor David Lee is the winner of numerous prizes and awards. David Lee has been a member of the ensemble at the Staatstheater Darmstadt since the 2017-18 season. In 2018-19 the tenor made his role debut as Riccardo / Gustavo III (Un ballo in maschera), appeared in the new productions of the "Magic Flute" as Tamino and in Saint-Saëns´ "Saint François d'Assise" as Frère Massée. In 2019-20 he made his role debut as Edgardo in "Lucia di Lammermoor".

Ziad Nehme

A particular focus for Ziad Nehme is the contemporary repertoire. At the Nationaltheater Mannheim he sang the role of Natale in the world premiere of the opera "Esame di Mezzanotte" by Lucia Ronchetti. From 2016 to 2018 he appeared in the leading role of Rogelio in the world premiere of Martin Matalon's opera "L´Ombre de Venceslao" in the CFPL coproduction of the Théâtre Du Capitole de Toulouse, the Grand Théâtre de Reims, the Opéra de Marseille, the Opéra National de Bordeaux, the Opéra Grand Avignon, the Opéra de Toulon and others.

Andreas Post

The tenor Andreas Post is particularly valued for his vocal and haunting interpretations of the great evangelist parts by Johann Sebastian Bach. In 2019 he sang concerts with Andreas Spering, the "St. Matthew Passion" with the Münchener Bach-Chor under Hansjörg Albrecht at the Philharmonie am Gasteig in Munich and Telemann's "Lukaspassion 1744" with the Dresden Chamber Choir and the Wroclaw Barock Orchestra as well as numerous other concerts. 2020: CD production "Christmas Oratorio" (JS Bach) with the Stuttgart Hymnus Boys' Choir, a Beethoven-Schubert program under Paul Mc Creesh, Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" with Jos van Immerseel (cancelled).....

Florian Sievers

The young tenor Florian Sievers was born in Hamburg, Germany. He studied voice with Prof. Berthold Schmid at the Leipzig University of Music and Theater and graduated in 2018 with distinction. Florian Sievers, now in demand as a concert and oratorio soloist, already appeared in the opening concert of the Musikfest Stuttgart 2017 in J. S. Bach's St. John Passion under Hans-Christoph Rademann.
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