Klaus Florian Vogt
Considered one of the finest Wagnerian tenors of his generation, Vogt comes to the Liceu in one of his most emblematic roles, that of Lohengrin. Since first taking the part in 2002, he has played him on the world's leading opera stages, in New York, Berlin, Vienna, Munich and elsewhere, and at the Bayreuth Festival. Vogt is also famous for his interpretations of Erik (Der fliegende Holländer), Tannhäuser, Siegmund (Die Walküre) and Walter (Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg), among others. He opened the season at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan singing Florestan (Fidelio).
(photo: Harald Hoffmann)