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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 sings Siegmund in the new Bayreuth Ring 2020

At a press conference on 24 July 2019, Katharina Wagner announced the cast for the new production of the "Ring des Nibelungen" at the Bayreuth Festival 2020. Klaus Florian Vogt is again part oft he cast in a new production and sings the role of Siegmund in "Die Walküre". The new Ring cycle will be directed by Valentin Schwarz, with Finnish conductor Pietari Inkinen as musical director.

"The Magic Flute" from Baden-Baden on CD

In the highly acclaimed series of new recordings of Mozart operas from the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden under the musical direction of Yannick Nezet-Séguin, "The Magic Flute" will be released on August 2, 2019. Pamino is sung by Klaus Florian Vogt, Christiane Karg can be heard as Pamina, Rolando Villazon as Papageno. The CD is a recording of the Gala concert from July 2018 and will be released by Deutsche Grammophon.