September 2007 - newsletter No 2
MRM Artists Forthcoming highlights
Roland Böer will
conduct David McVicar's new production of Verdi's Don
in Frankfurt on 25 and 28 October.
Ingela Bohlin will
sing her first Susanna in
Gothenburg on November 17, 21, 23 25, 28 November.
Karen Cargill will
sing her first Rosina Barber
of Seville for Scottish opera in Glasgow on
3, 6, 20, 30 October and 1 November. The production will then
tour to Aberdeen on 7 and 9 November; Inverness on 14 and 16 November
and Edinburgh on 23, 28 November and 1 December. She will also make her
debut with the Halle Orchestra in Manchester, conducted by Marc
Albrecht, on 11 October singing Brahms Alto
sing Alidoro La Cenerentola
for Welsh National Opera in Cardiff on 27 September, 3 , 7,
and 12 October with further performances in Southampton
on 25 and 27 October; Llandudno on 1 and 3 November; Bristol
on 8 and 10 November; Oxford on 15 and 17 November; Birmingham on 22
and 24 November and Swansea on 30 November.
Pär Lindskog sings his first Siegfried
the Royal Opera, Stockholm on 15 September, 3 and 8 October.
Loges will give a recital with Roger Vignoles
at the Teatro Principal, Santiago di Compostela on 11 September. In
October he is with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Thierry Fischer
for Haydn's Harmoniemesse
and in November will be in Germany for a performance of Handel's
Acis and Galatea with the
Matthews will sing Haydn's Die
Schöpfung with the London Symphony Orchestra
and Sir Colin Davis in the Barbican, London on 7 October and at the
Lincoln Centre, New York on 21 October. She will return to Munich to
the Bayerische Staatsoper in November for further performances of the
title roles in Cavalli's Calisto on
2, 4 and 7 November and in Unsuk Chin's Alice
in Wonderland on 15, 17, 20 and 23 November.
Edgaras Montvidas had
a very successful opening night in St Gallen with his first Edgardo
Lucia di Lammermoor on 7 September.
He has further performances on 2 and 27 October and 23 November and
this autumn will also sing Rodolfo La
Boheme in Vilnius on 4 and 7 October.
Mark Padmore will
make his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Sir Simon
Rattle in Schumann's Paradies und die Peri
on 29 November with a performance in Carnegie Hall, New
York on 30 November before two further performances in Philadelphia on
1 and 2 December. He will premiere Sally
Beamish Four Songs of Hafez in
Leeds on 12 October and, later in the month, will record another piece
written for him, Alex Roth's In Time of War.
Tortise will return to Les Arts Florissant in September
for a tour of France in a Lully/Charpentier
programme with William Christie.
Wyn returns to Opera North for Kaiser's
The Fortunes of King Croesus in
Leeds on 17, 20 October; Nottingham on 27 October; Leeds on 7
and 10 November ending at the Lowry Centre, Salford on 17
Walker will make his debut for Glyndebourne on Tour
singing Malcolm Macbeth
at Glyndebourne on 9, 13, 18, 21, 23, 27 October, touring to
Woking for performances on 31 October and 3 November; Milton Keynes on
7 and 10 November; Norwich on 14 and 17 November; Plymouth on
21 and 24 November; Stoke-on-Trent on 28 November and 1 December,
ending the tour with performances at Sadler's Wells, London on
5 and 8 December.