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Ludovic Tézier

Ludovic Tézier on Verdi, villains… and Wagner
Ahead of singing his first Verdi role at the Royal Opera House, Ludovic Tézier reflects on his first taste of Wagner, his favourite roles and what it takes to be a Verdi baritone.
© Cassandre Berthon | Opéra national de Paris
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ViennaDon Giovanni

Mozart: Don Giovanni
Ádám Fischer; Jean-Louis Martinoty; Vienna State Opera; Hans Schavernoch; Yan Tax; Ludovic Tézier; Peter Kellner

ViennaSolistenabend Ludovic Tézier

Ludovic Tézier, Baritone


Puccini: Tosca
Yoel Gamzou; Boleslaw Barlog; Deutsche Oper Berlin; Filippo Sanjust; Saioa Hernández; Anja Harteros

MunichDon Carlo(s)

Don Carlo(s)
Verdi: Don Carlo(s)
Andrea Battistoni; Jürgen Rose; Bavarian State Opera; Ildar Abdrazakov; Charles Castronovo

ViennaUn ballo in mascheraNew production

Verdi: Un ballo in maschera
Michele Mariotti; Josef Ernst Köpplinger; Vienna State Opera; Rainer Sinell; Alfred Mayerhofer; Francesco Meli; Ludovic Tézier
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Pinchas Steinberg and Jonas Kaufmann © Keith Saunders
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Jonas Kaufmann (Don Alvaro) and Anna Netrebko (Leonora) © ROH | Bill Cooper
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Luca Pisaroni (Leporello) © Wiener Staatsoper | Michael Pöhn
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Elīna Garanča (Eboli) © Agathe Poupeney | Opéra de Paris
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