"Garrie Davislim sang agile and vocally beautiful duke,
who scores above all with his exemplary Legato."
Garrie Davislim, who lately knew huge successes at the Münster Theatre as DON CARLO and EDWIN in 'Die Czardasfürstin', sings in the season 2018/19 at this very theatre PINKERTON in 'Madama Butterfly' and the PRINCE in 'The Love For The Three Oranges'. At the Dresden State Operetta he portrays ROSILLON in 'Die lustige Witwe'.
In summer 2018 he was ASTROMONTE in concert performances of 'Der Stein der Weisen' and succeeded as LYONAL in Flotow's 'Martha' at the Innsbruck Municipal Theatre.
In the season 2017/18 Garrie Davislim made his debut at the Münster Theatre in the title part of DON CARLO and as EDWIN 'Die Csardasfürstin'.
Before, he enjoyed great success with his role interpretation of RICCARDO in Verdi's 'Un ballo in maschera' at the Rostock Popular Theatre, where he was already seen as DON OTTAVIO and as CONDULMIERO in Rossini's 'Maometto Secondo' under the musical direction of Maestro David Parry. He had guest performances at the Vienna Volksoper as CARAMELLO in Strauß' 'Eine Nacht in Venedig' and as PANG in 'Turandot'. In summer 2016 he was STEFAN KOLTAY in 'Victoria und ihr Husar' at the Mörbisch Lake Festival .
Further guest performances brought the good-looking tenor to the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Weimar National Theatre, the Dresden State Operetta and to the Kassel State Theatre. His large repertoire includes parts such as PINKERTON (Madama Butterfly), IL DUCA (Rigoletto), ALFREDO (La Traviata), RODOLFO (La bohème), TAMINO (Die Zauberflöte), FERRANDO (Cosi fan tutte), ERNESTO (Don Pasquale), FENTON (Falstaff), PANG (Turandot), ACIS (Acis and Galatea) and STEERSMAN (Der Fliegender Holländer). The title role of Mozart's 'La Clemenza di TITO'he sang for the first time in 17/18.
Der Australian-Irish tenor studied in Melbourne at the Victorian College of the Arts and at the renowned National Opera Studio („Opera Foundation Australia Covent Garden National Opera Studio Award“ 1998) in London. As winner of the "Italian Opera Award“ of the Opera Foundation Australia (2000) he was able to complete his studies in Rome and Florence. He studied voice with Franco Pagliazzi, (Florence), Robert Dean (London), K.S. Hilde Rössl- Majdan (Vienna) and Prof. Gudrun Fischer (Weimar).
Garrie Davislim works with well-known producers such as Jasmin Solfaghari, Jan Richard Kehl, Alexander Schulin, John Copley and Philippe Arlaud. Apart from his convincing vocal and dramatic stage operations, The tenor is also very much in demand as a concert singer in Europe and Australia. He sang in concert and opera productions under the musical direction of famous conductors such as Alfred Eschwé, Guido Mancusi, Marcus Bosch, Christopher Hogwood, Thomas Hengelbrock, Niklas Willén, Dorian Wilson, Peter Kennel and David Parry.
Furthermore, he successfully performed with the WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne, the Northern German Philharmonic Orchestra Rostock, the Radiophilharmonic Orchestra Saarbrucken, the Berlin Concert Choir and Orchestra, the Munich and Frankfurt Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of Europe, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Victoria State Orchestra.
In 2020 Garrie Davislim is the 3rd JEW in a new production »Salome« at the Scala di Milano
"...and Garrie Davislim as beautifully voiced steersman emitted yourthful glaze" Opernglas