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date: 07 April 2020

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  • Elizabeth Forbes

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(b Duisburg, March 3, 1924). German tenor . He studied in Hanover, making his début in 1957 at Bayreuth as Augustin Moser (Meistersinger) and Shepherd (Tristan und Isolde). Engaged at Zürich (1958) and Cologne (1960), he also sang in Frankfurt, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Geneva, Madrid and Bologna. He returned to Bayreuth (1977) as Parsifal, made his American début at Chicago (1980) as Don Ottavio, created Publisher Mech in Cerha’s Baal at Salzburg (1981) and made his Covent Garden début (1984) as the Captain in Wozzeck. His repertory ranges from Mozart’s Idomeneus to Lohengrin, Erik, Loge and Florestan. A powerful actor and a fine musician, he excels in 20th-century roles such as the Emperor, Duke Cattaneo (Schoeck’s Massimilla Doni), Prince/Marquis (Lulu), Peter Grimes (which he sang at Zürich in 1989...

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