lunedì 26 gennaio 2015
Iolanta/Bluebeard's Castle
Metropolitan Opera, New York
Nadja Michael
Mariusz Trelinski
Stage Door is delighted to announce the representation
of Nadja Michael** and Mariusz Trelinski*, both engaged
in an exciting new production of Iolanta/Bluebeard's Castle
at the Metropolitan Opera in New York

Nadja Michael

Nadja Michael - Judith** (Italy and various countries representation)

Nadja Michael studied singing in Stuttgart and at the University of Bloomington/Indiana, USA.

She is regular guest in the most prestigious theaters in the world, singing for the most renowned conductors of our time. She sang in the Arena di Verona, in Glyndebourne and at the Salzburg Festivals. She worked together with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra more than once, for example as Brangäne in Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde under Daniel Barenboim and as Didon in Berlioz’ Les Troyens with Zubin Mehta.

In February 2007, she had a great success as Salome at La Scala in Milan, followed by an equally impressive success singing Fidelio at the Wiener Staatsoper.

After such successful productions like Salome at the ROH Covent Garden London, she made her debut as Médée by Cherubini at La Monnaie in Brussels, 2008. After that she performed: Lady Macbeth in Macbeth in Chicago and at the opening of the 08/09 season at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich where she returned as Medea in Medea in Corinto by G.S. Mayr; Marie in Wozzeck by Berg under Daniel Barenboim at the State Opera Unter den Linden in Berlin.

Nadja Michael was awarded many prizes for her various opera roles and artistic performances. Especially noticeable was the granting of the goldenen Stimmgabel von Arte for her performance as Salome in 2008 and a nomination in the category Opera with Salome at the Royal Opera House in London, for the highly treasured South Bank Show Itv award 2009.

More recently she performed: Lady Macbeth in Macbeth at the Metropolitan Opera New York; Médée by Cherubini at the Téâtre des Champs Élysées Paris; Poppea in L’Incoronazione di Poppea by Monteverdi in Madrid and at the Théâtre du Châtele in Paris; Die Sache Makropulos in Munich; Erwartung at the Festival dei Due Mondi in Spoleto (2014).

Plans include: Tristan und Isolde in Amsterdam; revivals of Die Sache Makropulos in Munich and a series of concerts in South America.


Mariusz Trelinski

Mariusz Trelinski – director* (Italy representation)

Stage director and artistic director of the Polish National Opera, Mariusz Trelinski, began his career in cinema and theatre before moving to the world of opera. He has revived the classical genre and bestowed on it the dynamism of our times. His highly acclaimed Madame Butterfly premiered at the PNO in Warsaw in 1999 was transferred two years later by Plácido Domingo to the Washington National Opera.

Since then, Trelinski has worked regularly with the world’s leading theatres and conductors, such as D. Barenboim, K. Nagano, L. Maazel, V. Gergiev and C. Rizzi.

Subsequent opera productions include: Otello (PNO), Don Giovanni (Los Angeles), The Queen of Spades (Berlin, Tel Aviv), Andrea Chénier and La Bohème (Washington), King Roger (St. Petersburg, Edinburgh), Boris Godunov (Vilnius), Orfeo ed Euridice (Bratislava), two one-act operas, Aleko and Iolanta with Anna Netrebko in the title role (St. PetersburgBaden-Baden) and Onegin (Valencia, Bologna). His version of La traviata (PNO 2010, Savonlinna 2013), was set in the spirit of Bob Fosse’s film All That Jazz. Later productions include TurandotThe Flying Dutchman, Manon Lescaut, a co-production with the La Monnaie and Cardiff theatres. His latest production, Henze's Boulevard Solitude at the Welsh National Operawas hailed by “The Times” as  “better than perfect”.

M° Trelinski makes his debut at the Metropolitan Opera.


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