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GERGELY NEMÉTI

http://musicalworld.com/artists/gergely-nemeti/biography.html  Hungarian-born tenor Gergely Németi, acclaimed for the beauty and versatility of his voice   

DER NEUE MERKUR

"Gergely Németi, a veritable joy to hear" (Neue Merkur)

DER NEUE MERKUR

“The Hungarian tenor Gergely Németi displayed an attractive timbre, a smooth and cultivated line, with a clear top that already points towards a more heroic future, and excellent French.” (Udo Klebes, Der Neue Merker, November 2012)

DER NEUE MERKUR

„Gergely Németi, who will move from the Wiener Staatsoper to the Stuttgart ensemble next season, gave a very promising taste of what was to come with a lyrical, melodious and colourful striking tenor (voice) as well as a likeable performance as Andres" (Der Neue Merker, May 2012

GB OPERA

An Andres assured in the high register and outlined with finesse." (GB opera, May 2012)

DER STANDARD

"...and the steadfast light agility of Gergely Németi's Kudrjás...complete the impressive vocal level of the evening." (Katja Kabanova, Wiener Staatsoper - Der Standard, November 2011)

DER NEUE MERKUR

"His strikingly beautiful, nuanced and round timbre, as well as his excellent phrasing, strike you immediately. You could say, a real Mozart voice of refined tone and brilliance." (Martin Robert Botz, Neue Merkur)

REVIEWS/FAKTEN

PRESSESTIMMEN
Born in Romania, the Hungarian speaking tenor Gergely Németi is soloist of the Opera Stuttgart since 2012. Since his successful debut as Andres in the new production of Wozzek, stage direction Andrea Moses, Gergely Nemeti enchanted the Stuttgart audience performing the leading tenor roles in the new productions of Iphigenie in Aulis, Don Giovanni, Nabucco and Cosi fan tutte, in the revivals of Die Zauberflöte and Jenufa and in the roles of Elvino in the Jossi Willer’s and Sergio Morabito’s award winning production of La Sonnambula, Fenton in Falstaff, Der Rosenkavalier as the Italian Tenor. His 2016-2017 season includes Verdi Requiem, Lenski in Evgenyi Oneghin, Lieder Konzert with Ansi Verwey in Oper Stuttgart. His 2015-2016 season includes Salome - premiere (Narraboth), Jenufa (Steva), Falstaff (Fenton), Der Rosenkavalier (the Italian Tenor), Tristan und Isolde (Stimme eines jungen Seemanns) in Stuttgart, and Idomeneo (Idomeneo) at the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern. Gergely Nemeti first studied singing in Oradea, Romania. Later scholarships at CEE Musiktheater Wien and Cardiff International Academy of Voice under the guidance and supervision of CBE Dennis O'Neill,  where he improved his technical and artistic skills during numerous master classes with: Sherill Milnes, Dame Anne Murray, KS. Bernd Weikl, CBE. Dennis O’Neill, John Fisher, Jane Eaglen, KS. Ileana Cotrubas, Robert Stapleton, Carol Vaness, Dame Kiri te Kanawa. He started he's singing career during his studies  in 2001 an the National Opera House Timisoara, under the guidance of Corneliu Murgu. He performed in several Opera, Operettas and Concerts.  
He made his debut at the Vienna State Opera in 2008 as the Messenger in Aida with Zubin Mehta conducting. His voice allows him to embrace a wide, multifaceted repertoire, and thus, between 2008 and 2012, he appeared on the Viennese stage as Beppo (Pagliacci), Steuermann (Der fliegende Holländer), Der Italienische Tenor (Der Rosenkavalier), Jaquino (Fidelio), Cassio (Otello), Fenton (Falstaff), Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), Narraboth (Salome), Stimme des Seemanns (Tristan und Isolde), Alfred (Die Fledermaus), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) and was part of the cast in the premieres of Das Rheingold - Froh, Tannhäuser - Walther von der Vogelweide and Katja Kabanova - Kudrias. In 2011 Gergely Nemeti made his debut on the stage of the Opera Zürich as Lord Percy in the revival of Anna Bolena (with Elina Garança,Carlo Colombara, Eva Mei, conducting Maestro Massimo Zanetti ). The audience in Tokyo could see him performing in 2012 Walther von der Vogelweide with Adam Fischer conducting. Collaboration with the conductors: Zubin Mehta, Marco Armiliato, Donald Runnicles, Leif Segerstram, Stefan Soltesz, Adam Fischer, Asher Fisch, Ivor Bolton, Franz Welser Möst, Betrand de Billy,Massimo Zanetti, Sylvain Cambreling, Giuliano Carella, Christian Thielemann, Uwe Sandner. Ladislau Roth.
 Possessing a voice equally at home in Wagnerian repertoire, at Wiener Staatsoper Németi also performed as the Steuermann (Der Fliegender Holländer), Walther von der Vogelweide (Tannhäuser) and Froh in the new production of Das Rheingold, conducted by Music Director Franz Welser-Möst    - http://musicalworld.com/artists/gergely-nemeti/biography.html

DER NEUE MERKUR

"Gergely Nemeti, a veritable joy to hear" (Kurt Vlach, Neue Merkur)
"Gergely Nem é ti sang an excellent Beppe/Arlecchino and was the best tenor of the night." (Elena Habermann, Neue Merkur)

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GERGELY NEMÉTI

http://musicalworld.com/artists/gergely- nemeti/biography.html  Hungarian-born tenor Gergely Németi, acclaimed for the beauty and versatility of his voice   
Born in Romania, the Hungarian speaking tenor Gergely Németi is soloist of the Opera Stuttgart since 2012. Since his successful debut as Andres in the new production of Wozzek, stage direction Andrea Moses, Gergely Nemeti enchanted the Stuttgart audience performing the leading tenor roles in the new productions of Iphigenie in Aulis, Don Giovanni, Nabucco and Cosi fan tutte, in the revivals of Die Zauberflöte and Jenufa and in the roles of Elvino in the Jossi Willer’s and Sergio Morabito’s award winning production of La Sonnambula, Fenton in Falstaff, Der Rosenkavalier as the Italian Tenor. His 2016-2017 season includes Verdi Requiem, Lenski in Evgenyi Oneghin, Lieder Konzert with Ansi Verwey in Oper Stuttgart. His 2015-2016 season includes Salome - premiere (Narraboth), Jenufa (Steva), Falstaff (Fenton), Der Rosenkavalier (the Italian Tenor), Tristan und Isolde (Stimme eines jungen Seemanns) in Stuttgart, and Idomeneo (Idomeneo) at the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern. Gergely Nemeti first studied singing in Oradea, Romania. Later scholarships at CEE Musiktheater Wien and Cardiff International Academy of Voice under the guidance and supervision of CBE Dennis O'Neill,  where he improved his technical and artistic skills during numerous master classes with: Sherill Milnes, Dame Anne Murray, KS. Bernd Weikl, CBE. Dennis O’Neill, John Fisher, Jane Eaglen, KS. Ileana Cotrubas, Robert Stapleton, Carol Vaness, Dame Kiri te Kanawa. He started he's singing career during his studies  in 2001 an the National Opera House Timisoara, under the guidance of Corneliu Murgu. He performed in several Opera, Operettas and Concerts.  
He made his debut at the Vienna State Opera in 2008 as the Messenger in Aida with Zubin Mehta conducting. His voice allows him to embrace a wide, multifaceted repertoire, and thus, between 2008 and 2012, he appeared on the Viennese stage as Beppo (Pagliacci), Steuermann (Der fliegende Holländer), Der Italienische Tenor (Der Rosenkavalier), Jaquino (Fidelio), Cassio (Otello), Fenton (Falstaff), Nemorino (L’elisir d’amore), Narraboth (Salome), Stimme des Seemanns (Tristan und Isolde), Alfred (Die Fledermaus), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) and was part of the cast in the premieres of Das Rheingold - Froh, Tannhäuser - Walther von der Vogelweide and Katja Kabanova - Kudrias. In 2011 Gergely Nemeti made his debut on the stage of the Opera Zürich as Lord Percy in the revival of Anna Bolena (with Elina Garança,Carlo Colombara, Eva Mei, conducting Maestro Massimo Zanetti ). The audience in Tokyo could see him performing in 2012 Walther von der Vogelweide with Adam Fischer conducting. Collaboration with the conductors: Zubin Mehta, Marco Armiliato, Donald Runnicles, Leif Segerstram, Stefan Soltesz, Adam Fischer, Asher Fisch, Ivor Bolton, Franz Welser Möst, Betrand de Billy,Massimo Zanetti, Sylvain Cambreling, Giuliano Carella, Christian Thielemann, Uwe Sandner. Ladislau Roth.

DER NEUE MERKUR

"Gergely Németi, a veritable joy to hear" (Neue Merkur)

DER NEUE MERKUR

“The Hungarian tenor Gergely Németi displayed an attractive timbre, a smooth and cultivated line, with a clear top that already points towards a more heroic future, and excellent French.” (Udo Klebes, Der Neue Merker, November 2012)

DER NEUE MERKUR

„Gergely Németi, who will move from the Wiener Staatsoper to the Stuttgart ensemble next season, gave a very promising taste of what was to come with a lyrical, melodious and colourful striking tenor (voice) as well as a likeable performance as Andres" (Der Neue Merker, May 2012

GB OPERA

An Andres assured in the high register and outlined with finesse." (GB opera, May 2012)

DER STANDARD

"...and the steadfast light agility of Gergely Németi's Kudrjás...complete the impressive vocal level of the evening." (Katja Kabanova, Wiener Staatsoper - Der Standard, November 2011)

DER NEUE MERKUR

"His strikingly beautiful, nuanced and round timbre, as well as his excellent phrasing, strike you immediately. You could say, a real Mozart voice of refined tone and brilliance." (Martin Robert Botz, Neue Merkur)

REVIEWS/FAKTEN

PRESSESTIMMEN
 Possessing a voice equally at home in Wagnerian repertoire, at Wiener Staatsoper Németi also performed as the Steuermann (Der Fliegender Holländer), Walther von der Vogelweide (Tannhäuser) and Froh in the new production of Das Rheingold, conducted by Music Director Franz Welser-Möst    - http://musicalworld.com/artists/gergely- nemeti/biography.html
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