The German tenor Uwe Stickert is regularly invited by prestigious theatres in Germany such as Komische Oper Berlin, Aalto Theater Essen as well as Staatstheater Nürnberg. His repertoire includes the parts of Arnold (Guillaume Tell), Dorvil (La Scala di Seta), Rodrigo (Otello) as well as Il Conte Almaviva (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), Tito, Tamino, Ferrando, Don Ottavio as well as Belmonte.
He performed also the roles of Ernesto, Fadinard (Capello di Paglia) and Oronte (Alcina). He participates in concerts (orartorio or Lieder) or J.S. Bach’s passions in Israel, Italy, China, Switzerland and France. He worked with conductors such as Daniel Barenboim, Helmut Rilling, Iac van Steen, Georg Alexander Albrecht and Christopher Hogwood.
In 2016, he sang the part of Raoul de Nangis (Les Huguenots) in the Nice Opera.
More recently, he was Henri (Les Vêpres siciliennes) in Würzburg, as well as Hüon (Oberon) in Graz and Eginhard (Fierrabras) in Bern.
In 2020, he made his debuts as Lohengrin in Erfurt.
In October 2021, he achieved great success by singing for the first time the role of Peter Grimes in Avignon.
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