Star tenor Piotr Beczala looks forward to a 2016-17 season that will feature returns to Chicago, New York, Berlin, Barcelona, Vienna, Zürich, and beyond.

Following a September 17 recital with San Diego Opera, Piotr encores his signature portrayal of Edgardo in a new-to-Chicago production of Lucia di Lammermoor at Lyric Opera of Chicago (October 15 – November 6). From there, he heads to New York for a revival of La Bohème at the Metropolitan Opera (November 19 – December 8). He also joins a star-studded lineup of colleagues on the Met stage in May to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary at Lincoln Center (May 7).

Rodolfo in Puccini’s bohemian masterwork is also the vehicle for Piotr’s return to the Deutsche Oper Berlin for two performances (December 25 & 27), and he closes out 2016 with the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden’s famed Silvesterkonzert (December 31).

2017 for Piotr begins in Barcelona with a revival of Massenet’s Werther at the Gran Teatre del Liceu (January 15 – February 3) paired with a recital at the city’s Palau de la Música (March 7). The recitals continue with a German-Austrian tour in March that includes stops in Frankfurt (March 14), Graz (March 18), Berlin (March 21), and Hamburg (March 24). Piotr also gives a recital in March at Lisinski Hall in Zagreb (March 30).

Returning to the Wiener Staatsoper stage, Piotr headlines a revival of Un ballo in maschera (April 17 – 26) before joining Opernhaus Zürich for a new production of Léhar’s Das Land des Lächelns where he sings Prince Sou-Chong (June 18 – July 13).

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