A true specialist in Early Music, Ilia Korol is widely regarded as one of the best in his field.

The conductor’s engagements for this 2018/19 season include a concert with Bach’s Johannespassion in Madrid as well as Dido and Aeneas in his native Ukraine. He performed with renowned artists like Patricia Petibon, Michael Schade, René Jacobs or Anna Prohaska.

Odessa State Opera / Dido and Aeneas
November 18 – November 26, 2018

Lena Belkina


“Rossini would have been thrilled by Lena“ , „fulminant, brilliant, beautiful voice”, “a touching mezzo”….these are only some of the press reviews about the sought-after mezzo soprano Lena Belkina.

The 2018/19 season will see Lena perform in productions like Alcina at the Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden or Katja Kabanova at the Teatro San Carlo (alongside Sergey Kovnir). Lena‘s successful career is characterised by the cooperation with important conductors/artists such as José Carreras, Marco Armiliato, Adam Fischer, Andrea Sanguineti or Riccardo Muti.

Theater an der Wien / Teseo / René Jacobs
November 14 – November 25, 2018

Andrea Sanguineti


Acclaimed by critics and audiences and praised by experts as a ‚genius‘, Andrea Sanguineti is one of the most promising conductors of his generation.

Andrea Sanguineti will be in 2018/19 part of opera productions such as La Bohème at the Theater Essen, Carmen at the Tiroler Landestheater Innsbruck and Lucia di Lammermoor at the Opera Graz. He performed alongside internationally renowned soloists such as Annette Dasch or Franco Farina.

Landestheater Innsbruck / Carmen
September 21 – December 22, 2018

Aalto Theater Essen / La Bohème
November 2 – December 15, 2018

Sergey Kovnir


Hailed amongst others by Daniel Barenboim as one of the brightest talents of the past years.

In 2018/19 opera productions with the artist include Nabucco and Katja Kabanova (with Lena Belkina), both in Naples. Thanks to his great voice technique and stage presence, Sergey Kovnir is among the most important and in-demand basses of our time.

Teatro San Carlo Napoli / Katja Kabanova / Juraj Valcuha 
December 15 – December 20, 2018


A favourite of the legendary Galina Vishnevskaya, Alexey Sayapin is cited as one of the most promising and talented voices of the past years. 

The Russian tenor’s 2018/19 season includes Roméo et Juliette and La Traviata in Aachen. He performed alongside renowned orchestras such as the Lucerne Festival Orchestra, and could be seen at many prestigious music festivals around the world.

Theater Aachen / La Traviata / Justus Thorau
September 26, 2018 – March 3, 2019

Theater Aachen / Roméo et Juliette / Christopher Ward
December 9, 2018 – April 22, 2019


Tosca, Jenufa, Woglinde or Donna Elvira – Andrea Dankova’s widespread range of roles has led her to the most important stages around the world.

The current season 2018/19 sees her singing with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as making her debut as Elisabetta in Don Carlo in her native Slovakia. The soprano shared the stage with prominent figures like José Cura, Sir Colin Davis, Ivor Bolton, Daniele Gatti or Marco Armiliato.

Slovak National Theatre and Opera / Don Carlo / Martin Leginus
October 19, 2018 – February 23, 2019


One of the most versatile bass baritones of our time.

Highlights of the artists‘ 2018/19 season will be his debut at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden as Gunter in Götterdämmerung and a concert performance at the Konzerthaus Vienna. Markus worked with legendary conductors such as Sir Antonio Pappano, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Herbert Blomstedt, Semyon Bychkov or Zubin Mehta.

Wiener Konzerthaus / Der Prozess / HK Gruber
November 22, 2018

Roman Mamontov


An admired lyric tenor and one-to-watch, Roman Mamontov is making his way up to the top.

One of his engagements in 2018/19 is Die Zauberflöte at the Nouvel Opera de Fribourg. Concert performances lead him to the major stages around the world.

Nouvel Opéra de Fribourg / Die Zauberflöte / Laurent Gendre
December 29, 2018 – January 13, 2019