Patrick Vogel

"Patrick Vogel stands by her [Marie – Magdalena Hinterdobler] as Hans [Die verkaufte Braut] at eye level. He comes through the demanding part confidently, with secure height and exemplary articulation".
Patrick Vogel has been a member of the ensemble at the Oper Leipzig since the 2015/16 season, where he has worked on a broad repertoire of different subjects and has received great acclaim for his interpretations of Walther von der Vogelweide (‘Tannhäuser’) and the Maler/Neger (‘Lulu’), among others. At the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa, he appeared on stage in 2016 as Don Ottavio and Narraboth under the musical direction of Fabio Luisi. In the same year, he made his first appearance at the Staatsoper Hamburg with the ‘Lied von der Erde’. In 2017, he was engaged at the Tokyo Spring Festival and made his debut at the Salzburger Osterfestspiele 2019 as Eislinger (‘Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg’) under the musical direction of Christian Thielemann. He also sings this role in the same production 2020 in Dresden. In the 2019/20 season, he will make his debuts at the Oper Leipzig as Alfredo (‘La Traviata’), as Prinz (‘Rusalka’), and as Hans (‘Die verkaufte Braut’). Further roles are Tamino, Pang (‘Turandot’), Graf Elemer (‘Arabella’) and Nick (‘La Fanciulla del West’). Guest engagements also take him to the Semperoper Dresden as Graf Elemer and Walther von der Vogelweide. 
2022 began very amusingly for the young tenor when he conquered the role the suitor of Princess Charlotte, Victor de St. Auban in the rediscovery of  the romantic opera Santa Chiara composed by Duke Ernst II of Saxony-Coburg at the Meiningen State Theater. Media  and the public are having a great time:
„Musically, what is unknown today still seems familiar. No wonder, since the "Freischütz" often lurks behind the tree in the German forest (the Harz Mountains and the bears are mentioned). Then bel canto smashes down the ramp again. Even earlier Wagner. The composing duke did not want to be avant-garde. A certain grand opera ambition, however, has always flashed up in the choral passages or the finales. And the claim to entertain your audience.
In order to fulfill this claim as well as possible today, the court orchestra lives up to its princely name under GMD Philippe Bach. Leading the protagonists is the wonderful Lena Kutzner as Charlotte Christine, Patrick Vogel as her admirer Victor de St. Auban, who is always sure to come up with tenor melt and smashes.“

 

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