Walter Fink is a member of the Wiener Staatsoper and has been the bearer of the prestigious title of Kammersänger since 2001. The unique richness of his career spanning more than three decades is shown by the fact that he has played some 70 roles at the renowned opera house, including taking the stage in numerous Wagnerian operas.
Johan Reuter is one of the recurring guests at the Wagner in Budapest Opera Festival. He has appeared at nearly every major opera house in Europe, in productions conducted by Marek Janowski and Sir Antonio Pappano, among others. He portrayed the chief god at the 2010 Bayreuth Festival, including in the Wanderer's scene. The Danish baritone first signed with the New York Metropolitan Opera in 2012, and then again in 2015.
Anja Kampe has been a recurring guest at the Bayreuth Festival since 2002, and in the past three years has taken the stage on the Green Hill as Sieglinde in Die Walküre. This role made her one of the leading lights of international opera life, and she later performed it alongside Plácido Domingo at the Washington National Opera. Since then, she has appeared at nearly every major opera house around the globe, in productions conducted by world-famous conductors.
Iréne Theorin made her début as Brünnhilde in Copenhagen, and has performed the role for audiences in Cologne, London, Beijing, Berlin, Dresden, as well as the Wagner in Budapest Opera Festival. The Swedish soprano made her first appearance outside of Europe in 2009 in the Metropolitan Opera's productions of Die Walküre and Siegfried, and at the Washington National Opera. Heralded as the successor to Birgit Nilsson in the line of Swedish sopranos, she is today one of the most sought-after Wagnerian singers.
Atala Schöck, as one of the busiest Hungarian sopranos, featured at the Bayreuth Festival four years in a row, in a production of Parsifal conducted by both Pierre Boulez and Adam Fischer. She has appeared at Dresden's Semperoper, La Monnaie in Brussels, the Theater an der Wien and the Bastille Opera in Paris, among other venues. She first appeared at the Wagner in Budapest Opera Festival in 2006.
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