ALBRECHT KLUDSZUWEIT

 

 

 

Albrecht Kludszuweit received his vocal education in Dresden, and later worked with Viorica Lambrache in Kaiserslautern und with KS Prof. Uta Priew in Berlin.

 

 

 

He has been a member of the opera company of the Aalto-Musiktheater in Essen since 2004 („Opera House of the Year 2008/2009“), also performing regularly as a guest in other opera houses, including most recently the Semperoper Dresden, Staatsoper Stuttgart und Staatstheater Kassel.

 

 

 

The tenor has sung regularly at the Richard-Wagner-Festtage Leipzig, among others as Siegfried and Tannhäuser, both roles in the concert performances of the third act of Götterdämmerung (2012) and Tannhäuser (2014). He celebrated a major success as Mime in Siegfried and as Loge in Das Rheingold in the acclaimed Ring-production of the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau in the seasons 2013 – 2015. In addition, he appeared as Loge and Mime in the „Ring an einem Abend“ during the „Wagnerstadt 2013“ in Bayreuth.

 

 

 

In the season 2015/16 Albrecht Kludszuweit received much attention for his outstanding portrayal of Truffaldino in Die Liebe zu den drei Orangen in Essen. Furthermore he returned to the Anhaltisches Theater Dessau in 2016 in the roles of the Offizier in Krenek’s Der Diktator and as Anführer in Weill’s Der Zar lässt sich photographieren during the Kurt-Weill-Fest. In the seasons 2016/17 und 2017/18 he appears in Dessau anew as the Hexe in the production of Hänsel und Gretel.

 

Albrecht Kludszuweit has worked together with conductors such as Stefan Soltesz (Essen), Peter Schneider (Essen), Paul Daniel (Brussels), Michael Boder (Brussels), Sylvain Cambreling (Stuttgart), Anthony Hermus (Dessau), Will Humburg (Weimar), and Simone Young (Hamburg). He received further important impulses through his work with directors such as Phillipp Arlaud, Christof Loy, Dietrich Hilsdorf, Barrie Kosky, Johannes Schaaf and Krzysztof Warlikowski.

 

He is also a sought-after concert singer. His vast concert repertoire includes the Oratorien of Bach, the major works of Handel and Mendelssohn, and Dvorak’s Stabat Mater.

 


 

In the Season 2017/18 he will sing in the new Productions of Hänsel und Gretel Knusperhexe and Nacht in Venedig Caramello and as a revival of Mozarts Die Entführung aus dem Serail the Pedrillo.

 

September 2017