Well-rounded: Christoph Seidl as prison governor Frank and with a lied recital in Essen

Austrian Bass Christoph Seidl, who relocated from the Gärtnerplatztheater Munich to the Aalto-Theater in Essen this summer, mounts the stage of his new artistic home: As prison governor Frank in Johann Strauss’ “Fledermaus”, he is in the right place to spread a little Austrian flair around.

Only a few short weeks after the first evening of the operetta’s run, Mr. Seidl will invite his public into the opera’s foyer for a lied recital with works by Loewe, Schubert, Saint-Saëns, Vaughan Williams, and Hugo Wolf, presenting a different aspect of his art.

Theater und Philharmonie Essen
Johann Strauss: “Die Fledermaus”

Christoph Seidl: Frank, prison governor
Oct. 31st (revival); Nov. 15th; Dec. 6th, 25th, 31st.

Lied recital at the Aalto Theater Essen
Works by Carl Loewe, Franz Schubert, and others.
Christoph Seidl: bass
Maren Donner: piano
Nov. 30th

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