© Simon Pauly
© Simon Pauly

Attilio Glaser

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Italian-German tenor Attilio Glaser returns to the Stuttgart State Opera as Don José (Carmen) and he will have his house debut at the Tyrolean State Theater Innsbruck as Rodolfo in the new production of La bohème in the current season. Further, he can be seen at Deutsche Oper Berlin as Rodolfo, Walther von der Vogelweide (Tannhäuser), Froh (Das Rheingold) and Tamino (Die Zauberflöte). On the concert podium, he can be heard in Mahler’s Lied von der Erde with Stuttgart Philharmonic and with Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor at Teatro San Carlo in Naples, both under the baton of Dan Ettinger. Together with Frankfurter Opern- und Museumsorchester under the baton of Thomas Guggeis he will sing the tenor part in Giuseppe Verdi’s Missa di Requiem at Alte Oper Frankfurt.


Attilio Glaser is member of the ensemble of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where he left a strong impression as Don José (Carmen), Rodolfo (La bohème), tenor solo in Verdi’s Missa da Requiem, Ismaele (Nabucco), Alfredo (La traviata), Duca (Rigoletto), Don Ottavio (Don Giovanni) Tamino, Narraboth (Salome), Alfred (Die Fledermaus), Froh (Das Rheingold) and Walther von der Vogelweide. In the 2022/23 season he had his acclaimed debuts as Adorno in the new production of Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra and in the title role of Wagner’s Lohengrin.


In addition to his engagements at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, he was guest at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan as Narraboth and Da-Ud (Die ägyptische Helena), at the Edinburgh International Festival as Walther von der Vogelweide, at the Hamburg State Opera as Ismaele and Adorno, at the Vienna State Opera as Duca, at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice as Alfredo, at the Nationaltheater Weimar and State Opera Stuttgart Don José (Carmen), at Dutch National Opera as Walther von der Vogelweide and Narraboth, at Oper Frankfurt and Bühnen Bern the tite role in Mozart’s Idomeneo and Fenton in Nicolai’s Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor at the Opéra de Lausanne. For his role debut in the title role of Massenet’s Werther in Klagenfurt, he was nominated for Best Male Lead at the Austrian Music Theater Award in 2019 and has since sung the role as well at Oper Frankfurt and Oper Zürich.


In 2021 Attilio Glaser made his debut as Steuermann in the new production of Der fliegende Holländer at the 2021 Bayreuth Festival and immediately received a re-invitation for the 2022 Festival, where he took on Froh in the Ring new production, Walther von der Vogelweide and again Steuermann. He was also heard as Steuermann and Froh at the 2023 Festival.


Furthermore the artist devotes himself intensively to concert singing: with Bach’s Mass in B minor and Christmas Oratorio, Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis and Symphony N° 9, Dvořáks Requiem and Stabat Mater, Gounod’s Cäcilienmesse, Händel’s Judas Maccabaeus, Messiah and Saul, Haydn’s The Creation, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Lobgesang and Paulus, Mahler’s Das klagende Lied and Das Lied von der Erde, Mozart’s Great Mass in C minor and Requiem, Saint-Saën’s Oratorio de Noël and Verdi’s Missa di Requiem. Attilio Glaser has been a soloist at the Beijing Music Festival, Bergamo Musica Festival, Festival Beethoven 30° Aniversario del Palau de la Música in Valencia, Holland Festival, Max Reger Musiktage, Bruckner International Festival Linz, Mahler Festival Leipzig, Rheingau Musik Festival and the Salzburg Easter Festival.


He has been invited by orchestras such as the Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest, Münchener Kammerorchester, Filarmonica della Scala, LA Philharmonic, Orchestra Filarmonica del Gran Teatro La Fenice, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Orquesta de Valencia, Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, HR Sinfonierorchester Frankfurt, MDR Symphony Orchestra, Bruckner Orchester Linz,  as well as the Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, and worked with conductors such as Alain Altinoglu, Andrea Battistoni, Łukasz Borowicz, Riccardo Chailly, Myung-Whun Chung, Daniele Gatti, Thomas Guggeis, Alexander Liebreich, Oksana Lyniv, Zubin Mehta, Franz Welser-Möst, Markus Poschner, Ivan Repušić, Ainārs Rubiķis, Donald Runnicles, Markus Stenz, Sir Jeffrey Tate, Christian Thielemann, Lorenzo Viotti and others.

September 2023 – For the most recent biography please contact Iris Jedamski