top of page

Mary in Bayreuth

An unexpected but very welcome return to the incomparable Bayreuth Festspielhaus as Mary in Dmitri Tcherniakov's "Der fliegende Holländer" rounded off the season.



In the concert series Philharmonischer Salon with string quintet as well as with the Zuger Sinfonietta under Daniel Huppert, Nadine gave several performances of Wagner's song cycle in Berlin Cham, and Zug.


Jewish Feuchtwangen

It was a special honor as part of the "1700 years Jewish life in Germany" festivities to present the Shostakovich song cycle "From Jiddish Folk Poetry" at the Kunstklang Feuchtwangen with Christiane Karg and Siyabonga Maqungo.


Erda in Bregenz

For a concert version of the third act of "Siegfried" under Karina Canellakis, Nadine made a quick detour to the Bregenz Festival.


Aida in Chemnitz

A dream role awaited Nadine in the spring, Amneris in a new production of the Chemnitz Opera. Lavish set design and costumes, and great singing colleagues made this a debut to remember.


Mahagonny in Berlin

As Widow Leokadja Begbick in a new Kosky production of "Aufstieg und Fall der Stadt Mahagonny" at the KOB  Nadine rang in the new season to great success and with big hair...                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     


Erda in Budapest

Nadine gave her debut as Erda in the Ring at the MüPa Budapest, alongside many Bayreuth colleagues, under Ádám Fischer's wonderful directon, during the Wagner Weeks.


Orpheus in Berlin

The time had finally come to newly present the successful Salzburg Festival production of "Orphée aux enfers" for the Komische Oper Berlin, conducted wonderfully by Adrien Perruchon. Thank you to our audience for the frenetic, enthusiastic applause that was so welcome after months of postponements.


Rheingold in Munich

The two final Ring performances during the Festival Season at the Bayerische Staatsoper allowed for two special premieres for Maestri Erik Nielsen and Patrick Lange with a very fine cast and an overwhelmingly grateful audience that enjoyed hearing a full Wagnerian orchestra almost as much as we did!

bottom of page