Theodore Browne  Lyric Tenor
 
  BIOGRAPHY  

 

At the beginning of the season 2018/19 Theodore Brown sings FROH in Wagner's 'Das Rheingold' at the Pforzheim Theatre. He has also a guest engagement here this season with his role debut as NEMORINO in Donizetti's 'L'elisir d'amore'.

The only 26 years old tenor is the son of English and South-african parents. He grew up as a German native speaker in the German region Odenwald. At the tender age of 22 he made his debut as DON RAMIRO in Rossini's 'La Cenerantola' at the Bad Vilbeler Castle Festival. In summer 2015 he was COUNT STANISLAUS in Zeller's 'Der Vogelhändler' at the Eutin Festival and in summer 2016 he was re-engaged here as REMENDADO. At the beginning of the season 2017/18 he succeeded as DON RAMIRO at the Rostock Popular Theatre and at the AugsburgTheatre he could also be seen as IDAMANTE in Mozart's 'Idomeneo'.

His soloist repertoire includes works by Bach, Händel and Mozart, but also Rossini, Donizetti, Britten and Tosti. He is sought-after concert singer, singing a.o at the Frankfurt Old Opera and at the Danzig Summer Festival.

The young lyrical tenor was born in Manchester and since October 2012 he is a student of Prof. Thomas Heyer's class at the Academy of Muci and Performing Art in Frankfurt/Main. At an early age he already gained experience, singing as an ensemble memeber or as soloist in several production of different genres e.g in 'Die Zauberflöte', A Midsummernight Dream', 'Lucia di Lammermoor', 'Götterdämmerung', 'Nabucco', 'Die Lustige Witwe' and ' La Forza del Destino'.

In 2014 Theodore Browne was the winner International Music Competition of the Acadamy and of Music and Dance Cologne and obtained the First Prize. Moreover, in 2016 he was awarded the Special Prize of the Berlin Federal Singing Contest.

 

 
 
 
ON STAGE
Volkstheater Rostock – La Cenerantola – DON RAMIRO