Danish tenor Adam Frandsen is quickly gaining international attention for a lyric tenor voice that is “shining, effortless, and bursting with energy.”
Recent and future engagements include Shephard (Oedipus Rex) at Malmö Symfoniorkester, Augustin Moser (Meitersinger von Nürnberg) at Salzburg Easter Festival, Junge Diener (Elektra) and Narraboth (Salome) at Royal Opera House Covent Garden London.
Past engagements include Edgardo (Lucia di Lammermoor) at Opera Hedeland, Alfredo (La Traviata) at Danish National Opera, Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) in Gothenburg, “Das Lied von der Erde” with Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Sir Edgardo di Ravenswood (Lucia di Lammermoor) and Rodolfo (La bohème) at Opera Hedeland, Ishmael (Moby Dick) at Polish National Opera Teatr Wielki, Duke (Rigoletto) with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, and Farinelli in the Tivoli Concert Hall with the Tivoli Symphony Orchestra, Copenhagen.
He was a regional finalist in the 2008 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions and has been awarded grants and scholarships from Moores, Yale, Curtis, and several American and Danish organizations.
You can see Adam Frandsen in action at The Trusts Community Foundation Opera in Concert - Mozart's Don Giovanni on Friday 19 July.
Adam Frandsen's performance is supported by Helen Gaeta