This summer, David Portillo makes two key house debuts in Germany. Firstly at Deutsche Oper Berlin as Conte de Libenskof in Jan Bosse’s new production of Il viaggio a Reims under Giacomo Sagripanti from 15 June; then at Bayerische Staatsoper as Pasquale in Axel Ranisch’s new production of Haydn’s Orlando Paladino under Ivor Bolton from 23 July.
David’s European presence continues to grow in the coming season with debuts at Teatro Real Madrid as Idamante (Idomeneo), reuniting with Ivor Bolton in Robert Carsen’s new production, and at the Bolshoi Theatre as Libenskof in Damiano Michieletto’s production under Tugan Sokhiev. He also returns to Oper Frankfurt as Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), a role he reprises at the 2019 Glyndebourne Festival in Renaud Doucet and André Barbe’s new production under Antonello Manacorda.
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