Carsten Süss

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(tenor)

Carsten Süss is a sought after artist both in Germany and on international stages. In 1996–2001 he was a soloist with the Dresden Opera and since 2001 he performed as a free-lance singer in Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Kölnis, Leipzig, Karlsruhe, Nürnberg, Hongkong, Tokio etc. His repertoire includes Jaquino and Florestan (Beethoven’s “Fidelio”), Mozart’s Ferrando (“Così fan tutte”), Tamino (“Doe Zauberflöte”) and Ottavio (“Don Giovanni”), Don José (Bizet’s “Carmen”), Donizetti’s Edgardo (“Lucia di Lammermoor”), Ernesto (“Don Pasquale”), Lensky (Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin”), Wagner’s Froh and Loge (“Das Rheingold”), Strauss’ Leukippos (“Daphne”) and Bacchus (“Ariade auf Naxos”), Kálmán’s  Mister X (“Die Zirkusprinzessin”) and Tassilo (“Countess Mariza”), Eisenstein (Strauss’ “Die Fledermaus”), Danilo (Lehár’s “Die lustige Witwe”), Georg Pappenstiel (Heuberger’s (“Der Opernball”) etc. He teaches Lied in Dresden Music High School, Karlsruhe and Vilnius since 2009. Carsten Süss is also an author and stage director. He has prepared operetta dialogues for Theater Bremerhaven, Krefeld/Mönchengladbach, Dresden Opera, Staatstheater Wiesbaden and the theatres of Gera, Luzern, Chemnitz. Staatstheater Wiesbaden also produced his first revue production of “Under Red Lanterns” (2014). In 2017/18 he returned to Krefeld/Mönchengladbach Theatre to stage Kálmán’s operetta “Die Faschingsfee”. He made his debut at Volksoper Wien in 2011/12 season as Edwin in Kálmán’s “Die Csárdásfürstin” and is a soloist with the theatre since the season 2015/16.

 

 

 

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