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Ars longa, vita brevis.

"The language of music is common to all generations and nations; it is understood by everybody, since it is understood with the heart."

Gioachino Rossini

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Leonard Bernstein

Candide

Production of Theater an der Wien
KAMMEROPER
A comic operetta
Book by Hugh Wheeler,
Lyrics by Richard Wilbur
Director: Christoph Zauner, Conductor: Benjamin Bayl
Role: Gouverneur, Vanderdendur, Ragotski
2019, Wien (Austria)

Photo: Herwig Prammer
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Giampaolo Testoni

FANTASIO and FORTUNIO

Two musical comedies, each in one act, in Italian (Premiere)
Libretto by Giampaolo Testoni
Production Fondazione Teatro Coccia and Hungarian State Opera
Director: András Almási-Tóth, Conductor: Balázs Kocsár
With the participation of Hungarian State Opera Orchestra
Role: Royal Secretary / Hartman / Gravedigger / Tailor / Flamel (Fantasio).
Role: Gugliemo, a student in the notary (Fortunio).
2018, Novara (Italy)

Photo: Giampaolo Testoni's oictures on Facebook
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Gottfried von Einem

Der Besuch der alten Dame (The Visit)

Production of Theater an der Wien
Opera in three acts (1971)
Libretto by Friedrich Dürrenmatt
Director: Keith Warner, Conductor: Michael Boder
Role: HOFBAUER
2018, Wien (Austria)

Photo: Werner Kmetitsch
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Rufus Wainwright

Prima Donna

Hungarian premiere
Production by the Pannon Philharmonic, Hungary
Director: Róbert Alföldi, Conductor: Gergely Vajda
With the participation of Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Role: André La Tourner, journalist.
2017, Budapest (Hungary)

Photo: Anett Kállai-Tóth / Armel
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Donizetti:

Rita

Comic opera in one act
Production of Dramatic Art Production Office (Budapest, Hungary)
Director: Viktor Dénes, Musical leader: Tamás Kéry
Role: Beppe
2018, Budapest (Hungary)

Photo: Gábor Dorcsák
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Giuseppe Verdi

Macbeth

Production of the National Theater of Pécs (Hungary)
Director: Dénes Gulyás, Conductor: Péter Oberfrank
With the participation of the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
and Choir of National Theater of Pécs
Role: Malcolm, son of the King.
2017, Pécs (Hungary)

Photo: László Körtvélyesi
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W. A. Mozart

The Magic Flute
(Die Zauberflöte)

An unusual opera performance
Production of Klassz a pARTon!
Director: Dénes Gulyás, Played piano: Eszter Sotkó
With students of Ingrid Kertesi and Dénes Gulyás
Role: Tamino
2017, Balatonalmádi (Hungary)

Photo: Réka Érdi-Harmos
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W. A. Mozart

The Abduction from the Seraglio

Production by the artists of the Hungarian State Opera
Director: András Hábetler, Conductor: Kálmán Szennai
With: Savaria Symphony Orchestra
Role: Belmonte
2017, Szombathely (Hungary)

Photo: Paszkál Bence Szabó
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G. F. Händel

Serse

G. F. Händel: Serse, or the gods have fallen on our heads - baroque soap opera in two parts in Italian and Hungarian
Production of Faculty of Music and Visual Arts, University of Pécs (Hungary)
Director: András Hábetler, Conductor: Balázs Kocsár
With the participation of the Pécs University Orchestra
Role: Serse (Xerxes), King of Persia
2017, Pécs (Hungary)

Photo: University of Pécs
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H. W. Henze

Elegy for young lovers

Hungarian premiere
Production of the Armel Opera Competition (Budapest, Hungary)
Director: András Almási-Tóth, Conductor: Gergely Vajda
With the participation of the Pannon Philharmonic Orchestra
Role: Toni Reischmann
2016, Budapest (Hungary)

Photo posted by Keris Nine / OperaJournal Blog
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Máté Bella

Spring Awakening

Hungarian premiere
Production of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music (Budapest, Hungary)
Director: András Almási-Tóth, Conductor: Gergely Vajda
With the participation of UMZE Ensemble,
students of the Hungarian Dance Academy
Role: Marci
2015, Budapest (Hungary)

Photo: Andrea Felvégi / CAFe Budapest
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Károly Goldmark

A Winter’s Tale

Excerpts from Károly GOLDMARK’s opera ’A Winter’s Tale’ in German
Performance of Liszt Academy’s Opera Programme (Budapest, Hungary)
Director: András Almási-Tóth, Conductor: Gergely Madaras
With the participation of Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Role: Florizel
2015, Budapest (Hungary)

Photo: Andrea Felvégi / Liszt Academy
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