Orlando Furioso

Orlando Furioso

Antonio Vivaldi

VIENNA | MOSCOW | PARIS | MADRID | DORTMUND
Polifemo

Polifemo

N. A. Porpora

SALZBURG | BAYREUTH | MOSCOW
Carlo il Calvo

Carlo il Calvo

N. A. Porpora

BAYREUTH | VIENNA | AMSTERDAM | EL ESCORIAL
Gismondo Re di Polonia

Gismondo Re di Polonia

L. Vinci

GLIWICE | VIENNA | MOSCOW | WARSAW | DORTMUND | BAYREUTH
Cajo Fabricio

Cajo Fabricio

Johann Adolf Hasse

GLIWICE | VIENNA
La Donna del Lago

La Donna del Lago

Gioachino Rossini

WIESBADEN | VIENNA | ZAGREB | LAUSANNE | SAAREMAA | MOSCOW
Irene

Irene

J. A. Hasse

HELSINKI | VIENNA
Il Pastor Fido

Il Pastor Fido

G. F. Händel

BAD LAUCHSTAEDT | GLIWICE
Meine Schönsten Weihnachtslieder

Meine Schönsten Weihnachtslieder

Daniel Behle and Oliver Schnyder Trio & friends

MUNICH | BASEL | VIENNA | FRANKFURT
La Francesina

La Francesina

Sophie Junker | Franck-Emmanuel Comte | Le Concert de l’Hostel Dieu

HALLE | LYON
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Max Emanuel Cencic sings the title role of Orfeo at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden

05.11.2021

Parnassus Arts Productions exclusive artist, Max Emanuel Cencic, will sing the title role in Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in November 2021. The Berlin performance dates for Max are on 6th, 12th, 19th and 21st November 2021.

The versatile countertenor, director, manager, producer and artistic director of Bayreuth Baroque already sang the role of Orfeo back in 2016 at the Berlin Schillertheater and in 2017 at the HNK Zagreb opera as part of his 35th anniversary as a performer. Max Emanuel Cencic will also be singing the role of Odysseus in Porpora's Polifemo (among others in Moscow, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Theater an der Wien and on CD), the title role in the oratorio Giovanni Battista by Alessandro Stradella (Teatro Carlo Felice in Genova), title roles in the operas Cajo Fabricio, Orlando Furioso and Il Venceslao among others. Future productions by Max Emanuel Cencic as a director include the new productions of Vinci’s Alessandro nell’Indie, Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte and Handel’s Flavio.