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This rarely performed opera by Bert Brecht and Paul Dessau sets the agenda in November, Gerhard Siegel will appear as LUKULLUS at the Stuttgart State Opera. The premiere is on November 1st 2021.

After 4 performances in the past 19 months, there is a restart. I have to thank many of my colleagues who gave consolation and confidence in hundreds of conversations and prevented me from giving up the job.  
Yes, the opera has started again, and let's hope that we can find our way back…

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On April 20, Gerhard Siegel will be hosting the Easter benefit gala "Siegel & Friends" at the Augsburg Theater. In an interview with German broadcasting station BR-Klassik, the tenor now tells how the idea for the concertante event came developed, what unites him with Augsburg and how he was…

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Opera by Modeste Petrovitch Moussorgski
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Opera by Modeste Petrovitch Moussorgski
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Opera National de Paris Bastille

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KHOVANSHCHINA

Opera by Modeste Petrovitch Moussorgski
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Opera National de Paris Bastille

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The German tenor Gerhard Siegel began his musical career as an instrumentalist and composer. After completing his voice training with Liselotte Becker-Egner at the Augsburg Conservatory, he became an ensemble member of the Stadttheater Trier. Here the stage version of Heinrich Heine’s “Deutschland – ein Wintermärchen”, for which he composed the music, had its world premier. In 1995 Gerhard Siegel was the winner at the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition in Vienna. After an engagement as dramatic and lyric tenor at the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau and guest performances in Germany, Bulgaria, Holland and Spain, he was engaged in Augsburg in 1997.

In 1998 he debuted at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich. From 1999 to 2006 he was under contract at the Nuremberg Theater, where he was primarily able to expand his repertoire in the field of dramatic and heroic tenor. Here he sang Parsifal, Bacchus, Herodes, Florestan, Laca (“Jenufa“) and Sergej (“Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District”), but also Mephistopheles (“…

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