STAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION
364 Syggrou Avenue, Kallithea
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With the Orchestra of the GNO
Ticket prices: 40, 60, 80, 90, 120, 200€
Tickets go on sale on 12 July 2021
Starts at 21.00 |
The Greek National Opera presents a superb world-class artistic event. The “king of tenors”, the opera super star, the fascinating performer with the rare voice and the unparalleled stage presence comes –at the absolute peak of his career– for a unique recital at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. On Monday 13 September 2021, the Greek audience will welcome the celebrated and much sought-after German tenor Jonas Kaufmann. Any superlatives to describe him and all raving reviews about him are constantly proven right when he takes the stage.
He has been on the front lines of opera news for over twenty years. Every one of his appearances is a huge event, not only within the closed opera circles, but also for the wider music audience; every debut he makes mobilizes thousands of friends who travel to see him; every new performance he gives becomes an object of study; every one of his albums becomes a best seller and the tickets to the performances he stars in are sold out in just a few hours. Jonas Kaufmann is a phenomenal singer, who has proven his unique value and timelessness over the course of time.
His career started taking off in the late ’90s and already in 2006, with his debut as Alfredo in La traviata at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, he was named by both audiences and critics “the new king of tenors”, and has been hailed as the absolute opera star ever since.
Thanks to his unique vocal and musical qualities and his very careful choices, Kaufmann has mastered a very wide repertoire and has given riveting performances of the most important roles of the French, Italian, and German operatic repertoires. At the same time, he has lent a new dimension to taxing operatic roles, making his interpretations a benchmark for the contemporary art of opera.
His numerous awards, the successful productions he has starred in, his exceptional recitals across the world, his recordings and DVDs have made his art accessible even to the most remote audiences. But the experience of viewing and listening to this great artist live remains unsurpassable.