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Nicholas Moloney

Nicholas Moloney

Senior Artist Manager
Hannah Bishay

Hannah Bishay

Associate Artist Manager

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Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

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About Mark

Mark Stone is an English helden baritone, acclaimed for his performances of Wagnerian roles, such as Alberich in Das Rheingold and Siegfried at Longborough Festival Opera, Wotan in Die Walküre for Trondheim Symfoniorkester, and Gunther in Götterdämmerung at the Grand Théâtre de Genève. He works extensively in Germany (Hamburgische Staatsoper, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Hannover) and the USA (Santa Fe Opera, Opera Philadelphia) where he is also renowned for his performances of modern works such as the title role in Nixon in China and the world premiere of Huang Ruo’s M. Butterfly.

This season sees Mark sing the title role of Der fliegende Holländer for Trondheim Symfoniorkester and Klingsor in Parsifal at the Hamburgische Staatsoper. On the concert platform, Mark will sing Totentanz with Thomas Adès and the Leipzig Gewandhausorchester, join Carolyn Kuan and the BBC Singers and BBC Symphony Orchestra to sing a concert performance of Ruo’s M. Butterfly and sing Sir George Benjamin’s Written on Skin conducted by the composer himself and the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia.

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Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

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Season Highlights

Oct 2024 - Oct 2024
Gewandhaus zu Leipzig
Adès: Totentanz Thomas Adès (conductor) Leipzig Gewandhausorchester
Oct 2024
Barbican, London
Huang Ruo: M. Butterfly Carolyn Kuan (conductor) BBC Singers BBC Symphony Orchestra
Feb 2025 - Feb 2025
Trondheim Opera
Title role of Der fliegende Holländer

Selected Repertoire

AdamsNixon in China (Nixon / Chou En-lai)
AdesThe Tempest (Sebastian)
BarryAlice’s Adventures Under Ground (Cheshire Cat)
BenjaminWritten on Skin (Protector), Lessons in Love and Violence (The King)
BergWozzeck (Wozzeck)
BizetCarmen (Escamillo)
BrittenAlbert Herring (Sid)   •   A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Demetrius)   •   Peter Grimes (Balstrode/Ned Keene)   •   Billy Budd (Billy Budd)   •   Gloriana (Mountjoy)   •   The Rape of Lucretia (Junius)   •   Curlew River (Ferryman)
DebussyPelléas et Mélisande (Golaud)
DonizettiLucia di Lammermoor (Enrico)
FrancesconiQuartett (Valmont)
GluckIphigénie en Tauride (Oreste)
GounodFaust (Valentin)   •   Roméo et Juliette (Capulet)
HolstSavitri (Death)
HumperdinckHänsel und Gretel (Peter)
J. StraussDie Fledermaus (Eisenstein/Falke)
JanacekThe Cunning Little Vixen (Forester)
JethsHôtel de Pékin (Guangxu)
LangerFigaro Gets a Divorce (Count)
MascagniCavalleria rusticana (Alfio)
Maxwell DaviesThe Hogboon (The Hogboon)
MessagerVeronique (Florestan)
MozartCosì fan tutte (Don Alfonso)   •   Die Zauberflöte (Papageno)   •   Don Giovanni (Don Giovanni)   •   Le nozze di Figaro (il Conte/Figaro)
PucciniTosca (Scarpia)   •   Gianni Schicchi (Gianni Schicchi)   •   La bohème (Marcello)   •   La fanciulla del West (Jack Rance / Sonora)   •   Madama Butterfly (Sharpless)   •   Manon Lescaut (Lescaut)
R. StraussIntermezzo (Robert Storch)   •   Der Rosenkavalier (Faninal)   •   Salome (Jochanaan)   •   Elektra (Orest)   •   Ariadne Auf Naxos (Musiklehrer)   •   Arabella (Mandryka)
SawerSkin deep (Luke Pollock)   •   From Morning to Midnight (Bank Manager)
ScharrinoVenere e Adone (Il Mostro)
SondheimSweeney Todd (Sweeney Todd)
TchaikovskyEugene Onegin (Onegin)   •   Iolanta (Robert)   •   Pique Dame (Yeletsky / Tomsky)
TippettKing Priam (Hector)
VerdiRigoletto (Rigoletto)   •   Falstaff (Falstaff / Ford)   •   La forza del destino (Don Carlo)   •   La traviata (Germont)
WagnerDie Feen (Morald)   •   Das Liebesverbot (Friedrich)   •   Der fliegende Holländer (Holländer)   •   Lohengrin (Telramund)   •   Das Rheingold (Alberich)   •   Die Walküre (Wotan)   •   Siegfried (Alberich)   •   Götterdämmerung (Alberich/Gunther)   •   Tristan und Isolde (Kurwenal)   •   Parsifal (Klingsor / Amfortas)
WeberDer Freischütz (Ottakar)

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