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Enric Mtz-Castignani: Robert Carsen's 12-13 Season

November 8, 2012 | By 3C Media Team
3C Media News
The baritone Enric Martinez-Castignani is one of the most internationally renown Spanish singers and his 12-13 full season proves it. The commitments begin with an interesting recital within the season of the Teatro Cervantes in Málaga (Teatro Echegaray) with authors such as Poulenc, Ravel, Faure, Ortega and Guastavino, and after that will follow "The Messiah" directed by Philip Pickett with the Orquesta Ciudad de Granada.

In January 2013 his operatic engagements will start in what will be the first of 3 productions with the Canadian stage director Robert Carsen. This is "The Cunning Little Vixen" (Janacek) at the Opéra National du Rhin-Strasbourg. Just after he will travel to Venice where he will make his debut at the Teatro La Fenice performing the difficult role of Dr. Kolenaty in "Vec Makropulos" (Janacek), produced by the same R. Carsen.

The oratorio will continue on his calendar with the "Requiem KV. 626" by W.A. Mozart with the Staatskapelle Weimer led by Leopold Hager in places like the Auditori de Barcelona or the Teatro Principal de Vitoria. From there he will move to Colombia where he will play the Kindertotenlieder (G. Mahler) and he will offer again masterclasses at the International Singing Course of the National University of Colombia.

"From the House of Death" (Janacek) at the Opéra National du Rhin-Strasbourg with staging by Carsen and musical direction by Marko Letonja completes a season with a full.

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