Lise debuts at Bayreuth as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser

Lise debuts at Bayreuth as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser

Lise makes her much anticipated debut at the Bayreuth Festival this summer, starring as Elizabeth in Tannhäuser from 25 July. The new production by Tobias Kratzer is conducted by Valery Gergiev and also stars Stephen Gould in the title role, Elena Zhidkova as Venus and Markus Eiche as Wolfram. Lise made her debut as Elizabeth earlier this season at Opernhaus Zürich and sang the role again at Bayerische Staatsoper. Two of Elizabeth’s arias, “Dich, teure Halle” and “Allmächtige Jungfrau” also feature on her self-titled debut album for Decca, which was released in May to rave reviews and debuted at Number One on the UK Classical charts.

Following her Bayreuth debut Lise returns to the BBC Proms to sing Strauss Op.27 Songs with the Philharmonia, which also featured on her debut album. The highlights continue next season as she sings her first Ellen Orford in Peter Grimes at the Enescu Festival, followed by her Metropolitan Opera debut as Lisa in Queen of Spades. London audiences can see her in a solo recital at the Barbican, a new production of Fidelio opposite Jonas Kaufmann at Covent Garden and in concert appearances with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philharmonia.

Performances of Tannhäuser continue until 25 August.

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