Nathaniel Webster

Baritone
American baritone Nathaniel Webster studied in Rochester (New York) and Glasgow, and has performed at the Opéra National de Paris, La Monnaie in Brussels, New York City Opera, Dutch National Touring Opera in the Netherlands, Dorset Opera (UK), festivals in the USA and at the 2015 Munich Opera Festival (“Selma Jezkova”, based on a film by Lars von Trier). As an ensemble member at the Oper Frankfurt, he sang roles such as Count Almaviva in “Le nozze di Figaro”, Albert in “Werther”, Traveller in “Death in Venice” and the title role in Rossini’s “Il barbiere di Siviglia”. Previous productions in Wiesbaden include “Candide”, “Otello” and “Die Soldaten”. This season, he returns to the Wiesbaden stage as Brétigny in "Manon".

Productions

Monsieur de Brétigny in »Manon«
Grand Inquisitor / First Inquisitor / a Judge / Governor / Captain / Vanderdendur / Ragotzki in »Candide«

Gallery

Photo: Paul Leclaire
Candide
Nathaniel Webster, Romina Boscolo, Benedikt Nawrath