|Deborah Voigt (photo NYTimes) and Nathan Gunn as Billy Budd|
Barihunk Nathan Gunn will replace one of the great spear carrying Brunnhilde's of all-time, Deborah Voigt, on March 20th in Ft. Worth. Gunn is stepping in for Voigt at the Cliburn Concerts at Bass Hall. Voigt withdrew because of illness. The performance also serves as a preview to local audiences, who will see Gunn in the Dallas Opera's production of Dominik Argento's The Aspern Papers in 2013.
Accompanying Mr. Gunn in performance will be his wife, pianist Julie Gunn.
Single tickets are available from $15-$90, and can be purchased at Cliburn.org or by calling 817.212.4280. Tickets to Deborah Voigt's recital will be honored.
Gunn is currently wrapping up a highly acclaimed performance in Show Boat at Lyric Opera of Chicago. After the Ft. Worth recital, he heads back to the stage in two of his most heralded roles at two of America's greatest opera houses. On May 4th, he portrays the title character in Benjamin Britten's Billy Budd at the Metropolitan Opera. He then heads to the San Francisco Opera on June 13th, where he will portray Papageno in Mozart's The Magic Flute. The San Francisco Opera summer season also includes John Adams' Nixon in China and Verdi's Attila.
Nathan Gunn as Papageno in Julie Taymor's famous production:
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Voight "one of the great . . . Brunhildes of all time"? You must be kidding. On a scale of 10, she barely makes a 5.ReplyDelete
Nathan Gunn the best papag in history so spunkyReplyDelete