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András Kőrösi

András Kőrösi

opera singer
bass-baritone

András Kőrösi graduated from the University of Theatre and Film Arts in 1993. Over the course of his career, he has worked primarily in spoken theatre, with a lengthy stay in Kaposvár, while also making guest appearances in Pécs, Kőszeg and Veszprém, as well as at the Madách and New theatres in Budapest.
After spending the 2015/16 season as a member of the Hungarian State Opera Chorus, he went on to make his solo debut at the Opera in the roles of the Priest (in Einojuhani Rautavaara's The Mine) and the Doctor (in Judit Varga's Love).
This season, he is taking the stage as Count Monterone (Rigoletto), Bartolo (Figaro 2.0), Thoré (Les Huguenots), Arcas (Iphigeneia in Aulis), Juan Lopez (Der Corregidor), in addition to participating in productions of Tosca, Turandot, Un ballo in maschera and Salome.

Principal roles:

Opera:
Mozart: Don Giovanni – Commendatore
Ránki: King Pomade's New Clothes – King Pomade

Operetta/Musicals
:
Lloyd Webber–Rice: Jesus Christ Superstar – Caiaphas
Lehár: The Merry Widow – Baron Mirkó Zéta, the ambassador
Kálmán: Countess Maritza – Count Tassilo of Endrődy-Wittenburg
Huszka–Martos: Baroness Lili – Count Illésházy
Bernstein–Sondheim: West Side Story – Bernardo (at both the Madách Theatre and the Hungarian State Opera)
Sondheim: Sweeney Todd – Pirelli

Spoken theatre:
Móricz: Very Merry – Málinka
Feydeau: The Turkey – Pinchard
Darvas–Rejtő–Hamvai–Varró: Quarantine in the Grand Hotel – Sedlintz
Marsak–Békés: The Twelve Months – December
Shakespeare: Julius Caesar – Lepidus
Lőrinczy: Fahim – Predrag
Ebb–Masteroff–Kander: Cabaret – Herr Schulz
Lőrinczy: The Twilight of Wonder – Dr Prosper Alpanns
Norman–Stoppard–Hal: Shakespeare in Love – Tilney

Performances

October 22. 19:00
mixed opera 8
Levente Szörényi – János Bródy

Stephen, the King

Erkel Theatre
October 24. 19:00
mixed opera 8
Levente Szörényi – János Bródy

Stephen, the King

Erkel Theatre
November 5. 20:00
mixed opera 16 premiere
Levente Gyöngyösi

The Master and Margarita

Eiffel Art Studios – Miklós Bánffy Stage