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Upcoming performances

September 3, 2017

In October Adrian Eröd will sing a matinee in Haydn’s birth house, he will perform Adès’ “Totentanz” in Strasbourg and will appear as Don Fernando (Fidelio) in Sevilla. All performances are to be found here: Calendar.

Pelléas et Mélisande

May 27, 2017

Adrian Eröd will appear as Pelléas in the new production of Debussy’s opera at the Vienna State Opera. All the dates – also for the season 17/18 here

Kammersänger

May 25, 2017

Adrian Eröd has been appointed “Österreichischer Kammersänger” in May 2017.

Masterclass

April 27, 2017

Masterclass with Adrian Eröd in Gutenstein, August 21-27 2017! Applications here

Scala di Milano

June 21, 2016

In June, Adrian Eröd debuted successfully at Scala din Milano: “Very good the interpretation of Faninal by Adrian Eröd, with beautifully timbred voice and  pastose tone” (operalibera.com)

2016/17 Outlook

June 21, 2016

In the new opera season, Adrian Eröd looks forward to interesting concerts (Vienna, Salzburg, Hamburg, Dresden…) and to meet again fascinating roles (Manon, Die tote Stadt, Medea). See all performance terms in his Calendar

New CD “Ich und Du”

June 20, 2013

Together with his wife Monica Theiss-Eröd, Adrian Eröd sings romantic duets on his new CD, released in May by the label QUINTON. Beautiful music, touching and personal!

Zeisl Songs

October 7, 2012

Music Publisher Doblinger recently released a volume of 10 Songs by Eric Zeisl edited by Adrian Eröd.

European Academy of Science and Arts

September 10, 2011

Adrian Eröd has the honour to announce, that he was appointed member of the European Academy of Science and Arts

New CD of “Die Winterreise”

November 14, 2010

Together with pianist Eduard Kutrowatz, Adrian Eröd has recorded Schubert’s “Winterreise” for the Austrian Label Gramola. The CD was released on the 22nd of November

New Liszt-CD Released

May 30, 2010

Adrian Eröd has recorded a CD with songs by Franz Liszt, for the Munich label marsyas. The CD stands at the beginning of the first complete recording of Liszt’s art songs, which will be concluded in the autumn of 2011 and will celebrate the master’s 200th anniversary.

Five singers contributed to this project, accompanied on the piano by Charles Spencer. For the present CD, Adrian Eröd has recorded songs after poems by Heine, Schiller, Uhland, and V. Hugo in a total of five languages (German, French, Italian, English, Hungarian). The Sonnets by Petrarca — in the later version for lower voice, as well as the impressive ballad “Le Juif Errant” — after Béranger, were released for the very first time on CD. The expert critics were unanimously favourable and enthusiastical — see for instance: SA-CD.net

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Two Debuts And A World Premiere

May 30, 2010

The past months have been extremely successful for Adrian Eröd.

In January, Adrian sang the part of Prospero in the German premiere of The Tempest, by Thomas Adès, at the Frankfurt Opera. The performance — conducted by Johannes Debus and directed by Keith Warner, was a triumphant success with the public and the press alike.

In April, Adrian entertained the public at the Zürich Opera, in the leading role of Sixtus Beckmesser, and celebrated a big personal success.

Vienna experienced the world premiere of Aribert Reimann’s Medea, in which Adrian Eröd sang the part of the lead male character — the disloyal Jason. The composer Reimann, the conductor Michael Boder, the director Marco Arturo Marelli, the leading lady Marlis Petersen, and the entire ensemble were celebrated with standing ovations — the contemporary opera is alive!