After a successful collaboration in Basel with the celebrated director Lydia Steier for Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress, Mr. Carico joins her again there for the world premiere of Michael Wertmüller's Diodati. Unendlich, with a libretto by prolific German playwright Dea Loher. Telling the story of the famous meeting in Geneva of Lord Byron and the Shelleys, which resulted in the creation of several landmarks of gothic literature, Seth will be seen as Dr. John Polidori. Titus Engel will conduct.
Günter Krämer's landmark production of Die Zauberflöte has been a staple of the Deutsche Oper Berlin's repertoire since 1991. This sensitive, peaceful treatment of Mozart's masterpiece continues to delight audiences of all ages, and will do so for many years to come. Seth is appearing as the wise Speaker under the steady baton of GMD Donald Runnicles, and his castmates will be Tobias Kehrer as Sarastro, Matthew Newlin as Tamino, Daniela Cappiello as the Queen of the Night, Siobhan Stagg as Pamina, and Philipp Jekal as Papageno.Click on Desired Date for Tickets: 04.06.19
Boleslaw Barlog's seemingly immortal production of Tosca has run every season at the Deutsche Oper Berlin since 1969 for good reason. It is a classic representation of Puccini's immense talent as a dramatist. The production makes no effort to change the composer's work and yet manages to remain entirely fresh and exciting up to this very day. Seth will appear as the Sacristan, and Ivan Repusic will be at the podium, leading this magnificent cast, also featuring Jorge de León as Cavaradossi, Zeljko Lucic as Scarpia, Byung Gil Kim as Angelotti, and the thrilling soprano Carmen Giannattasio in the title role.
Seth appears as the honorable, uncompromising Biterolf under the baton of Stefan Blunier in Kirsten Harms' stirring production of Wagner's masterpiece. This thrilling cast will include Ante Jerkunica as Landgraf Hermann, Simon Keenlyside as Wolfram, Clemens Bieber as Walther, Emma Bell as Venus/Elisabeth, and Stephen Gould and Peter Seiffert in the title role.
The music of the Lebanese composer Zad Moultaka cannot be neatly compartmentalised. A multi-disciplinary artist who is equally at home as a fine artist, Moultaka has drawn on eclectic influences and traditions to build his own idiosyncratic style. This is the first Berlin project of the young director Wolfgang Nägele, a recipient of the Tischlerei Award for his RING concept, following his work at institutions such as the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich.