Heinz Göhrig Tenor

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Heinz Göhrig was born in Heidelberg, in Germany. He studied at the Mannheim University of Music and Performing Arts. He has a member of the Stuttgart National Opera since 1988, where he was appointed Kammersänger in 1998. His repertoire includes the Holy Fool (Boris Godunov), Altoum (Turandot), Cassio (Otello), Dr. Suda (Osud/Schicksal by Janaček), Pedrillo (Il Seraglio), Pietro (Die Gezeichneten by Franz Schreker) and Mime (Siegfried). He has also performed the roles of Tenore (Le convenienze ed inconvenienze teatrali, Donizetti), Hauk-Schendorf (The Makropoulos Affair), Beelzebuth/Ein Student (Doktor Faust) and the Governor (Simplicius Simplicissimus). He was also cast as Melot (Tristan und Isold), Monostatos (The Magic Flute), Sir Bruno (Il Puritani), The Madman (Wozzeck), Erster Gralsritter (Parsifal). He is a regular guest at the Bayerische Staatsoper, at the Salzburg Festival, where he was noticed in 2001 for his performance of Scaramuccio in Ariadne, and in Bonn. During season 2021/2022, he has enriched his repertoire with the roles of Spoletta (Tosca), Monostatos (The Magic Flute), the Marschallin's Major-Domo, Faninal's Major-Domo and Ein Wirt (Der Rosenkavalier), Der Bäcker (Die Verurteilung von Lukullus) and Basilio (Le Nozze di Figaro).

In his Paris Opera debut 

Immerse in the Paris Opera universe

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