Thomas Blondelle

Tenor
Born in Belgium, Thomas Blondelle studied singing in Bruges, followed by first engagements in Luxemburg, Antwerp, Braunschweig and Toulon. He has been an ensemble member at the Deutsche Oper in Berlin since 2009, singing roles such as Tamino (“Die Zauberflöte”), Walther (“Tannhäuser”), Prince (“The Love for Three Oranges”), Pelléas (“Pelléas et Mélisande”) and Male Chorus (“Rape of Lucretia). Additional roles include Erik (“Der fliegende Holländer”) in Strasbourg, his first Drum Major (“Wozzeck”) in Glasgow and Max (“Der Freischütz”) in Stuttgart. Previous performances in Wiesbaden include the Count in "Der Graf von Luxemburg", Erik in "Der fliegende Holländer", as well as Lenski in "Eugene Onegin", Loge in "Das Rheingold", Belmonte in "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" and Don José in "Carmen". During the 2017/18 season, Thomas Blondelle will return to the Wiesbaden stage as Matteo ("Arabella") and Erik in the International May Festival production of "Der fliegende Holländer".

Productions

Tito Vespasian in »La Clemenza di Tito«
Idomeneo in »Idomeneo«
Herodes in »Salome«
Walther von Stolzing in »Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg«
Candide in »Candide«

Gallery

Photo: Karl & Monika Forster
Das Rheingold
Thomas Blondelle
Photo: Andreas Etter
Der Graf von Luxemburg
Thomas Blondelle, Siphiwe McKenzie
Photo: Andreas Etter
Der Graf von Luxemburg
Siphiwe McKenzie, Thomas Blondelle
Photo: Andreas Etter
Der Graf von Luxemburg
Siphiwe McKenzie, Thomas Blondelle