Highly acclaimed tenor, Andreas Conrad, gave a guest performance in the role of Klaus Narr in Schönberg’s Gurrelieder at the Philharmonie de Paris and in the role of Edmund in a new production of Reimann’s Lear at the Opéra National de Paris in spring 2016. In 2016, Andreas Conrad also performed the role of Mime in Das Rheingold and Siegfried at the Bayreuth Festival.
His multiple skills are shown by his upcoming guest performances in the year 2017 which began and ended with an engagement at the Opéra National de Paris. In January/ February he performed the role of Monostatos in a revival of Mozart’s The Magic Flute and in December 2017 he was Tcherewin in Patrice Chereau’s production of Aus Einem Totenhaus by Leos Janacek.
Since the opening night in 2007 he has been performing this role at numerous international guest performances of this production (i.e. in New York and Milan).
In June 2017 Andreas Conrad gave a guest performance as Mime in Siegfried at the New National Theatre Tokyo where he also performed the role of Mime in Das Rheingold in 2015. Subsequently he gave his last performances of Mime in Das Rheingold and Siegfried at the final production of the Bayreuth Festival. In autumn 2017 a guest performance in Franz Schreker’s rarely staged opera Die Gezeichneten (in the role of Aviano).
Andreas Conrad is a welcome guest on the world’s greatest stages. His recent travels led him e.g. to the Opéra National de Paris, the New York Met, the NNT Tokyo, the Munich State Opera, the Vienna State Opera, the Grand Theatre de Genève and the Salzburg Festival. He has been collaborating with distinguished conductors, including P. Jordan, F. Luisi, C. Thielemann and directors, such as C. Bieito, C. Loy, V. Boussard