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Klaus Florian Vogt sings tenor and baritone part in "The Song oft he Earth" in Hamburg

When the Hamburg Ballet resumes John Neumeier's choreography "The Song oft he Earth" on 10 October 2019, this will be a premiere for Klaus Florian Vogt. Since December 2016 he has sung the tenor part in Gustav Mahler's symphonic Lied cycle, and in the new performance series of the ballet in October he will also sing the baritone part for the first time.
Performances at the Hamburg State Opera: 10, 12 and 19 October 2019

Klaus Florian Vogt at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival 2019

"From Wagner to Ravel" is the title of the concert which Klaus Florian Vogt as a guest at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival on 1 September 2019. The programme includes excerpts from Richard Wagner's „Parsifal“, „Die Walküre“ and „Lohengrin“. But other composers will also have their say as Gergely Madaras and the Orchestre National de Lyon add more colours, rhythms and epochs to the musical bouquet. George Gershwin's „An American in Paris“, a new work by the French composer Tristan Murail and Maurice Ravel's indestructible „Bolero“ round off this veritable „festival in the festival“.
Sunday, 1 September 2019, 6 p.m., Festival tent Gstaad.



Klaus Florian Vogt is one of today’s outstanding Wagner tenors. His repertoire includes mainly dramatic roles such as Lohengrin, Parsifal, Tannhäuser, Stolzing and Siegmund, as well as Florestan (“Fidelio”), Paul (“Die tote Stadt” (The Dead City)) and Hoffmann (“The Tales of Hoffmann”). He also sings lyric-dramatic roles very successfully, e.g. Erik (“The Flying Dutchman”), Andrej (“Khovanshchina”), Prinz (“Rusalka”), Bacchus (“Ariadne auf Naxos”) and Faust (“The Damnation of Faust”). He is in demand as a guest at all the world’s big opera houses and at the Bayreuth Festivals, the Salzburg Festivals and numerous international festivals.

Opera houses to which engagements have taken him include those in Munich, Berlin, Hamburg, Paris, London, Barcelona, Vienna, Madrid, Milan, Toulouse, Helsinki and New York. He has been a regular guest at the Bayreuth Festivals since 2007: after his triumphal debut as Stolzing in “The Meistersinger of Nurnberg”, he sang Lohengrin there from 2011 to 2015. In 2016 he took on the title role in the new production of “Parsifal”, and he returned later as Stolzing in Barrie Kosky’s new production on the Green Hill (in Bayreuth) in 2017 and 2018.

Klaus Florian has made worldwide guest appearances as Lohengrin. There is currently no other singer who is so artistically successful in the role of Wagner’s Knight of the Grail. Opera houses in which he has been seen in the role include La Scala Milan, the Metropolitan Opera New York, the Vienna State Opera, Zürich Opera, the New National Theatre in Tokyo,  the Bavarian State Opera, the German Opera House in Berlin, Hamburg State Opera, at the Baden-Baden Whitsun Festivals, and of course at the Bayreuth Festivals. Klaus Florian Vogt has also made a name for himself as a concert singer and Lied interpreter. He has made several appearances in Vienna, New York, the Tanglewood Festival, London, Athens, Berlin, Leipzig and the Salzburg Festivals, among other places. He works with conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Andris Nelsons, Mariss Jansons, Simone Young, Antonio Pappano and Kent Nagano. Numerous recordings and solo albums by Klaus Florian Vogt are available, including the three solo CDs “Helden” (Heroes).





Klaus Florian Vogt, Munich Radio Orchestra, Gerrit Priessnitz (2014)

Klaus Florian Vogt recorded a series of thrilling operetta hits for his “Favorites” CD, in which he displays a fascinating spectrum of melodies from “Grüß mir mein Wien” and “Es steht ein Soldat am Wolgastrand” to “Dein ist mein ganzes Herz” as well as hits from musicals like “Music in the Night” from “Phantom of the Opera”.