French singers travel well and this 2019/2020 season only confirms it. Whether in Italy (Kévin Amiel, Thomas Dolié, Jean-François Novelli, Frédéric Caton and Edwin Fardini), Belgium (Renaud Delaigue), Oman (Kaëlig Boché), Hong Kong (Thomas Dolié) or Germany (Thomas Dolié, Isabelle Druet, Florian Sempey...), our French artists are appreciated and regularly invited.
And it is precisely in this respect that Florian Sempey will soon be making his debut in Japan in his favourite role of Figaro. It will be at the New nationaltheater Tokyo (NNTT), from 6 to 16 February 2020 under the direction of Antonello GERMANDI and staged by Josef E. KÖPPLINGER.
Figaro, which he will return to at the end of the season, again abroad, but this time at Gran Teatre del Liceu (Barcelona) in July 2020.
Before that, and still internationally, he will go to the Deutsche Oper, Berlin in March for two concerts of Dinorah or Le Pardon de Ploërmel by G. Meyerbeer where he will sing the role of Hoël (alongside, notably, two other compatriots: Sabine Devieilhe and Philippe Talbot) before his debut as Raimbaud in Rossini's Le Comte Ory at the Opera de Monte-Carlo in March 2020.
© Cyril Cosson - Occurrence - 2019