Theater St. Gallen & Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen announce 2022-23 season

Theater St. Gallen and Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen have announced their 2022-23 season.

For the purposes of this article, we will focus on vocal and lyrical performances.


The season starts with “The anonymous lover” by Joseph Boulogne. Kazem Abdullah directs a production directed by Femi Elufowoju Jr. The cast will feature Joshua Stewart, Florina Illie, Äneas Humm, Libby Sokolowski, Jennifer Panara and Christopher Sokolowskki.

Performance dates: September 17, 2022

Vincenzo Neri, Christopher Sokolowski, Ekaterina Bakanova, Libby Sokolowski, Kristján Jóhannesson, Jennifer Panara, Elena Svetnitskaya, Manuel Günther, Äneas Humm, Christoph Filler, Georg Schiessi, Riccardo Botta, Theresa Steinbach, Amelie Petrich and David Maze.

Performance dates: October 29, 2022

“Die Zauberflöte” will be directed by Guta Rau and directed by Katharina Müllner. The cast includes Antonina Vessenina, Maria Kublashvili, Vuvu Mpofu, Libby Sokolowski, Yorck Felix Speer, pavel Kolgatin, Christopher Sokoloski, Äneas Humm, Riccardo Botta and Candy Grace Ho, among others.

Performance dates: December 1, 2022

There will be performances of “Hänsel und Gretel” under the direction of Olivier Tardy.

Performance dates: December 9 – 23, 2022

The company will present “Der Ring an einem Abend” with Bruno Riedl, Roy Cornelius Smith, Christopher Sokolowski, Alexandra Petersamer, David Maze, Kristján Johannesson, Libby Sokolowski, Riccardo Botta, Jennifer Panara and Christina Blaschke.

Performance dates: January 12-15, 2023

“The Time of Our Singing” will feature Vuvu Mpofu, Claron McFadden, Mark S. Doss, Kristján Jóhannesson, Joshua Stewart, Abigail Abraham and Jennifer Panara. Kwamé Ryan directs a production directed by Ted Huffman.

Performance dates: March 11, 2023

Verdi’s Requiem will be directed by Krystian Lada and conducted by Modestas Pitrenas. Birgit Bücker, Anna Blumer, Guang-Xuan Chen, Christian Hettkamp, ​​Swane Küpper and Oliver Losehand headline the cast.

Performance dates: May 6, 2023

“Andrea Chénier” will be directed by Rodula Gaitanou and directed by Modestas Pitrenas. Jorge Puerta, Alexey Bogdanchikov, Daniel Miroslaw, Gabriela Schrerer, Ewa Vesin, Jennifer Panara and Malgorzata Walewska will headline the cast.

Performance dates: June 23, 2023

There will be a series of concerts entitled “Revolutionary” in honor of French independence. “Sfergio – Narben der Seele” will feature Michaela Riener, Soetkin Baptist, Anne Rindahl Karlsen and Tomàs Maxé.

Performance dates: June 25, 2023

“Le Chant du Serpent will feature countertenor Samuel Cattiau alongside a baroque ensemble.

Performance dates: July 6, 2023

Orchestra concerts

There will be a summer concert featuring mezzo-soprano Jennifer Panara performing music by Joseph Canteloube. Modestas Pitrenas conducts a performance that also includes Bizet’s Symphony in C major.

Performance dates: August 26 & 27, 2022

Soprano Yeres Suh will perform music by Bach and Mozart alongside conductor Rubén Dubrovsky. The concert will also feature Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn.

Performance dates: December 16 -18, 2022

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