Jonas Kaufmann in recital and in Korngold’s Die Tote Stadt, Otello (Alagna, Harteros), Falstaff (Petrenko; Koch, Kurzak), Eugene Onegin (Nánási; Zubanovich, Breslik, Tsymbalyuk), Cuvilliés chamber concert; day trip to Regensburg. Bayerischer Hof Hotel.
In 2020 we make our annual trek to Munich to attend what may be the finest opera festival in the world. And, as always, we will do it in a way that no one else can–with best seats in all venues, the finest guide in the city, Deluxe rooms at the 5-star Bayerischer Hof Hotel, and superb meals and daytime events.
The only thing better than hearing Jonas Kaufmann sing is hearing him sing twice, and we have the privilege of doing just that on this tour, which begins with a rare opportunity to hear The Tenor of His Generation in recital and ends with his turn as Paul in Korngold’s Die Tote Stadt. The sublime Anja Harteros returns as Desdemona in Otello, with Roberto Alagna as the Moor who “loved not wisely, but too well.” We will also attend performances of Verdi’s Falstaff (Petrenko; Koch, Kurzak), Tchaikovsky’s monumental Eugene Onegin (Nánási; Zubanovich, Breslik, Tsymbalyuk), plus a chamber concert in the tiny jewel that is the Cuvilliés‐Theater.
We have secured our usual Deluxe rooms at the Bayerischer Hof Hotel, and we will enjoy superb cuisine (full breakfast daily plus 8 additional meals) in a mix of elegant and traditional restaurants. Our touring will include the best visual art experiences to be had in Munich, as well as a day trip to the UNECO World Heritage city of Regensburg.
This tour is limited to 16 guests and sells out quickly each year. To register now, click here.