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Adam Frandsen

Tenor

Danish tenor Adam Frandsen is a 2013 graduate of the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music is quickly gaining international attention. Most recent and future highlights include (among others): the title role of Don Carlos, the title role of Idomeneo, Peter Quint & Prologue/The Turn of the Screw and the tenor part at the song cycle Dichterliebe (a recomposition by Christian Jost) at Folkoperan Stockholm. Other notable recent engagements include Rodolfo/La Bohème at Taichung National Theater, Augustin Moser/Meitersinger von Nürnberg at Salzburg Easter Festival, Edgardo/Lucia di Lammermoor at Opera Hedeland, Alfredo/La Traviata at Danish National Opera, Junge Diener/Elektra and Narraboth/Salome at Royal Opera House Covent Garden London and as tenor soloist at Verdi’s Requiem with Victoria Symphony, Canada. Frandsen was a regional finalist in the 2008 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and is the recipient of the honorary Aalborg Opera Prize 2015.