Jonas Kaufmann delighted audiences at La Scala Milan last summer with his opera concert of Puccini arias. The resulting performance film, 'Jonas Kaufmann: An Evening with Puccini,' premiered theatrically last February and is now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
He has pulled out in the past so it was worth believing, but world famous tenor Jonas Kaufmann has announced that he has no plans of cancelling his 2017 performance schedule. A story published in La Nacional claimed Kaufmann was bowing out of his engagements though, as his Facebook reads, that is completely untrue.
You know the name, Jonas Kaufmann, the world's best (and hottest) operatic tenor. In an intimate performance by the singer, his Evening with Puccini concert will be showing in select U.S. theatres tomorrow, Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m.
In a one-night only event, Jonas Kaufmann will astound audiences in the U.S. with a nationwide screening of 'An Evening With Puccini' on Tuesday, Feb. 23. As of late, a video from the performance has surfaced, with Kaufmann performing Cavaradossi's opening aria from Tosca.
It appears the Metropolitan Opera is highly susceptible to singers calling out sick (or perhaps it's due to the weather). Jonas Kaufmann, in an unfortunate recurrence, has canceled his performances of 'Puccini's Manon' Lescaut at the Metropolitan Opera. Filling in for Kaufmann is none other than fellow star, tenor Roberto Alagna.
Perhaps one of the most anticipated performances of 2015, German tenor Jonas Kaufmann's Puccini recital is the subject of a new documentary Jonas Kaufmann: An Evening With Puccini. Performed at La Scala Milan, the film also features rare archive footage.
Earlier this month, Classicalite released an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into Jonas Kaufmann's upcoming release, 'Nessum Dorma - The Puccini Album.' Now, in a heated quarrel with his former label, Kaufmann is the victim of a dueling 'Puccini' album adorning his namesake, entitled 'The Age of Puccini.'
Such is the case with his forthcoming homage to the ever-famous Giacomo Puccini. The world's greatest living tenor, he sings "Nessun Dorma," the highlight of Puccini's Turandot, among other selections from Manon Lescaut, Tosca, La Bohème, Madama Butterfly and more.
Star tenor Jonas Kaufmann has canceled one of his two performances in the Metropolitan Opera’s highly awaited show 'Carmen.' Tickets to the performance were running for almost $1,000 on online ticket broker sites before the singer dropped out due to the flu.
Jonas Kaufmann, the world’s most famous tenor and maybe most eligible bachelor, has denied the dating rumors that have been swirling around him and Madonna.
Rumors have been flying about a love connection between the world's most famous tenor, Jonas Kaufmann, and famous pop star Madonna. Sources claim that the musically inclined pair first met at a Christopher Makos exhibition in London and are now an item. The Queen of Pop is hoping that the two will be able to make an album together. Madonna, fresh off an extremely talked-about "Interview" magazine cover, has had a slew of lovers in the past. In the summer, she was rumored to be dating her 26-year-old dancer and choreographer Timor Steffens, but that quickly ended and has now set her sights on Kaufmann. But the recently separated Kaufmann seems to still be playing the field. Recently, he has been spotted with Christiane Lutz, an opera director who works at the Graz and Lubeck theaters.
Finally, Major League Baseball (MLB) recognized mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato and her plea to perform at the World Series. A Prairie Village native, those who tuned in watched the singer's dream finally come true in the seventh game of the World Series.
Renee Fleming, Jonas Kaufmann, Placido Domingo, Anna Netrebko and many more will be featured on the highly acclaimed Royal Opera House Cinema Season as it returns this Fall to Symphony Space's Jay Sharp Theatre.
If Jonas Kauffman's strikingly good looks don't have a hold on you then maybe his powerful operatic tenor chops do. And his upcoming disc, You Mean the World to Me, should do just the trick to get you hooked, available September 16.
Labeled the "hottest tenor" in the singing opera world, Kaufmann has been reckoned to fare with the likes Pavarotti, having a vocal range that is very much undisputed among his peers (except, perhaps, Placido). Next on his schedule, Jonas will head to the land down under, which he hopes will yield a larger audience and bring more fans to opera as a whole.