Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Tenor Zoran Todorovich Keeps a Busy Schedule

Born in former Yugoslavia, Zoran Todorovich first studied electrical engineering before taking up singing. He began in his home town of Belgrade before advancing his studies to Frankfurt and Munich. After finishing his studies he sang for a number of years as permanent member of the opera houses in Detmold and Hanover. In 1996 he made his debut as the Duke of Mantua in Rigoletto with the opera house at Seville's Teatro della Maestranza. After switching from lyric tenor roles to more dramatic parts, he was engaged by Vienna State Opera, Teatro Real in Madrid, Hamburg and Berlin (both the State Opera Unter den Linden and Deutsche Oper). He made his North American debut as Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly at the San Francisco Opera. Current singing engagements include Hérodiade (The Vlaamse Opera), Madama Butterfly (Nationaltheater Mannheim), Norma (Bayerische Staatsoper), Nabucco (La Monnaie), Il Trittico (The Finnish National Opera), Madama Butterfly (New National Theatre Tokyo) and Roberto Devereux (Teatr Wielki Opera Narodowa). For the 2011-12 season he will sing Andrea Chénier (Geneva), La forza del destino (Opéra Bastille), Norma (Kölner Philharmonie), I Pagliacci (Düsseldorf), Francesca da Rimini (Opéra de Monte-Carlo), Il Trovatore (La Monnaie) and Andrea Chénier (Bregenz Festival). [Source]

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