Thursday, 21 March 2013

Bryan Hymel's Arnold

Bryan Hymel, who has made such an impression in the early 19th century French grand opera repertoire with his Aeneas in Les Troyens (see my review) and Robert in Meyerbeer's Robert le Diable (see my review) is now moving on to the daddy of them all. He will be singing his first Arnold in Rossini's Guillaume Tell in July 2014 in a new production of the opera at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich. The production opens the 2014 Munich Opera Festival conductor is Dan Ettinger, director is Antu Romero Nunes and the title role will be sung by Michael Volle with Marina Poplavskaya as Mathilde. You can hear Hymel singing Arnold's aria Asile hereditaire on Youtube

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