Bernhard Hansky


"The most talented singing actor in the cast is Bernhard Hansky ... a buffo baritone of irresistible mirth."

Frederik Hanssen, Der Tagesspiegel

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German baritone Bernhard Hansky’s recent and upcoming highlights include Falke Die Fledermaus at Semperoper Dresden and in a new production at Staatsoper Hamburg with Jonathan Darlington, Papageno Die Zauberflöte at Semperoper Dresden, Ping in new productions of Turandot at Staatsoper Berlin with Zubin Mehta and at Staatsoper Hamburg with Giacomo Sagripanti, Hermann/Schlemil in a new production of Les contes d'Hoffmann also in Hamburg with Kent Nagano, and Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen with the Orchestre national de Lille and Alpesh Chauhan.

His close relationship with Semperoper Dresden has also seen him as Alvaro in a new production of Il Viaggio a Reims and roles including Nick Carraway The Great Gatsby, Kilian Der Freischütz, Baron Douphol La Traviata, Morales Carmen, and Niceros Satyricon, a role which also took him to Osterfestspiele Salzburg and the Teatro Comunale Modena.

He has also appeared at Komische Oper Berlin, where he was a member of the Opernstudio, Staatstheater Mainz, Staatstheater Oldenburg, Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Theater Chemnitz, Volkstheater Rostock, National Opera Brno, Estates Theatre in Prague, the Copenhagen Opera Festival, Opera Festival Lignano, Rossini Festival in Wildbad and at the Grafenegg Festival.

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Bach St John Passion

Orchestre symphonique de Montréal/Masaaki Suzuki (Mar 2024)

Bernhard Hansky is a noble and efficacious Jesus, who rounded off a very good trio of male voices.

Christophe Huss, Le Devoir

Rossini Il viaggio a Reims (Alvaro)

Semperoper Dresden (September 2019)

Bernhard Hansky equips the Spaniard Don Alvaro with a strong baritone.

Thomas Molke, Online Musik Magazin

A nice performance was given by Bernhard Hansky (Don Alvaro).

Václav Bečvář, OperaJournal.CZ

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