Reinhard Hagen is normally a German bass. After research in Karlsruhe and earning several international tournaments, he produced his professional debut in Dortmund. In 1994, he was involved with the Deutsche Oper Berlin, among the leading homes of Europe. On the Deutsche Oper he sang jobs, including Titurel in Wagner’s Parsifal, Sarastro in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte, Landgrave Hermann in Wagner’s Tannhäconsumer, Rocco in Beethoven’s Fidelio, Pogner in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger, the Commendatore in Mozart’s Don Giovanni, and Judas in the business’s staging of J.S. Bach’s Interest Regarding to St. Matthew. Non-German jobs where he provides sung on the Deutsche Oper consist of Gremin in Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Heinrich in Wagner’s Lohengrin, Ramfis in Verdi’s Aida, the Watchman in Enescu’s Oedipe, Banco in Verdi’s Macbeth, and Count number Walter in Massenet’s Werther. In 1998, Hagen produced his U.S. debut on the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Opera in Verdi’s Don Carlos, and in the 1999 – 2000 period came back as Raimondo Bidebent in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor furthermore to performing the jobs of Fasolt and Hunding in San Francisco’s Festival creation of Wagner’s Der Band der Nibelungen. Various other operas in his repertory consist of Verdi’s Il trovatore, Puccini’s La bohème, and Previn’s A Streetcar Named Desire. He provides sung at various other major Western european and American opera homes, like the Hamburg Condition Opera, the Munich Condition Opera, as well as the operas of Seville, NORTH PARK, Venice, Barcelona, LA, and Geneva. He offers sung operatic functions at major celebrations including those at Tanglewood, Glyndebourne, and Aix-en-Provence, with the Promenade Concerts in London. Like a concert vocalist, Hagen offers performed using the Bavarian Radio Symphony, the Gewandhaus Orchestra, as well as the Berlin Philharmonic, aswell much like ensembles in Israel, Brazil, France, and Italy; he spent some time working with such leading conductors as Neville Marriner, Helmuth Rilling, Armin Jordan, Sir Georg Solti, Wayne Levine, Marek Janowski, Lorin Maazel, and Herbert Blomstedt in functions as diverse as Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Shostakovich’s Fourteenth Symphony, and Haydn’s Creation.