Concert with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Shinig heroes, eerie forests: With romantic opera, the Berliner Philhamonic Orchestra and conductor Andris Nelsons will close their concert season at the Waldbühne on 24 June 2023. Guest star will be Klaus Florian Vogt, who will mark his debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker at this concert. The program includes arias from Carl Maria von Weber's "Der Freischütz" and Richard Wagner's "Lohengrin," as well as orchestral songs by Richard Strauss. The concert will be broadcast on radio and TV and can be seen in the orchestra's Digital Concert Hall; the dates will be published on the website in due time. 
Season finale at the Waldbühne Berlin: 24 June 2023, 8:15 p.m.

Role debut in "Tristan und Isolde"

Klaus Florian Vogt will make his last major Wagnerian role debut on 21 January 2024 at the Semper Opera in Dresden: under the musical direction of Christian Thielemann, he will sing the role of Tristan for the first time. Camilla Nylund takes on the role of Isolde, Georg Zeppenfeld sings King Marke, and Christa Mayer can be heard as Brangäne. Performances: 21, 25, 28 January 2024, 3 February 2024.

Premiere: "Götterdämmerung" at the Zurich Opera House

After his successful role debut in the title role of "Siegfried," Klaus Florian Vogt also sings in the fourth part of the new "Ring des Nibelungen" at Zurich Opera House: in "Götterdämmerung," he interprets Siegfried for the first time. Camilla Nylund is making her debut as Brünnhilde, Daniel Schmutzhardt is Gunter, Christopher Purves sings Alberich and David Leigh sings Hagen. Gianandrea Noseda has the musical direction, the stage director is Andreas Homoki. The premiere is scheduled for 5 November 2023, with performances on 9, 12, 18 and 24 November and 3 December 2023. Ticket sales starts on 17 June 2023.

Podcast with Klaus Florian Vogt

On the occasion of his role debut in "Siegfried", Klaus Florian Vogt talks to Beate Breidenbach in the Zurich Opera podcast about the character of Siegfried, who in his interpretation is more than a dumb fool and definitely also knows tender, quiet tones. He also talks about how singing a Wagnerian role is easy for him and easy on the voice, and reveals why he prefers to stay in a camper van instead of a hotel when traveling.

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Statement by Klaus Florian Vogt on the Urkaine War

"As an artist and above all as a human being, I abhor Russian aggression, which is now finding another climax on European soil.My thoughts and sympathy are with the Ukrainian people and my respect goes to all the people who are resisting this injustice."