Carlos Wagner

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Carlos Wagner in Powder her Face (Seizoen 2002-2003)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Carlos Wagner in Powder her Face (Seizoen 2002-2003)

  • Copyright Vlaamse Opera / Annemie Augustijns

Director in The Rape of Lucretia

Biography

Education
Dance and Arts in Munich and Barcelona
Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Career
Carlos Wagner designed costumes and scenery for four of his own productions and wrote translations for the vocals of Tristan en Isolde en Mefistofele.

Highlights
The Rape of Lucretia (Opera Studio Flanders), The Lighthouse en Orfeo (Neue Oper Wien), The fall of the house of Usher (Philip Glass, Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz), Wozzeck (master class with Ruth Berghaus, Berlin), Le Vere Valkirie (world premiere of Boudewijn Buckinx’s composition), Gianni Schicchi andThe Undertaker (world premiere of Anton Tucapský’s work), Had I a Song (Music Theater Transparant); Orpheus Frequency and Syrinx (ENO Studio) and Between Two Worlds (Covent Garden Festival/ Music Theater Transparant).

Recent and future productions
Carmen (Deutsche Oper am Rhein), La vie Parisienne (Angers Nantes Opéra), Il barbiere di Siviglia (Landestheater Coburg),
La Damnation de Faust (Opera Sankt Gallen, Switzerland), La Grand Macabre (Neue Oper Wien, Australia), Ariadne auf Naxos (Oper Kiel, Germany), Luisa Miller (Deutsche Opera m Rhein, Düsseldorf)

Last update on 25 April 2012

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