Thomas Hampson and Luca Pisaroni present their “No Tenors Allowed” concert at the Stiftskirche Millstatt this month. On August 18, accompanied by their longtime collaborator, pianist Christian Koch, the artists will perform arias from the operatic repertoire, Broadway musical hits, and classical and popular songs. In the 2019/20 season, Hampson and Pisaroni take their ebullient concert series to both Provo, Utah (October 1), and then to the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires (October 4).
Thomas Hampson joins the Turku Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Klaus Mäkelä, for the opening concert of the Turku Musical Festival on August 8, at the Turku Concert Hall. Hampson will perform selections from Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Completing the program is Wagner’s Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Strauss’ epic tone poem Also sprach Zarathustra, as well as Saariaho’s Asteroid 4179: Toutatis, which is inspired by an asteroid named after a Celtic god worshipped in ancient Gaul and Britain.
On July 31, Thomas Hampson brings his Song of America: Beyond Liberty project to the Tanglewood Festival, featuring guest artist, pianist Lara Downes, and the Beyond Liberty Players. Together they bring the American songbook to Ozawa Hall and explore the influential people and monumental events that helped create and define America.
Marking the 26th edition, Thomas Hampson returns to the Verbier Festival this month for two exciting performances and several masterclasses with students from the Verbier Festival Academy.
Thomas Hampson joins the Bayerisches Staatsorchester and soprano Golda Schultz for Oper für alle on July 20 at the Marstallplatz. Part of the Münchner Opernfestspiele, the free open-air concert will be led by Maestro Kirill Petrenko, and broadcasted live via Staatsoper.tv.
On July 11, Thomas Hampson joins Romanian soprano Elena Moșuc and the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Nicolae Moldoveanu, for an evening of opera arias and duets at the Cankarjev dom. The program features works by Rossini, Donizetti, Mozart, Bellini, Massenet and Verdi.
The Ljubljana Festival, rich in tradition, shapes the summer cultural events of the city with world-class art events.
In song, you have one of the most amazing diaries of any generation’s culture at a given time.