Mannheim Guy, tenor

Mannheim Guy, tenor

Guy Mannheim, tenor, was born in Israel. He is a winner of the Laubach prize at the International Hans Gabor Bellveder singing competition in Vienna, 2005, and the Schloss Rheinsberg Festival 2009 as well as a recipient of scholarships from the IVAI, AICF, the Ronen foundation, the Berkovich scholarship and the New York Wagner Society. He has sung with most Israeli orchestras including the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. He performed Claudio in Das Liebesverbot (Wagner) and Diomedes in Penthesilea (Schoeck) in Frankfurt as well as Gunter in Die Feen and Siegmund in Die Walkure (Wagner) in Leipzig. At the Israeli Opera he sang many roles including Joe in La fanciulla del West (Puccini), Cascada in Die lustige Witwe (Lehar), Valzacchi in Der Rosenkavalier (R. Strauss), Papageno and Monostatos in Die Zauberflote (Mozart), the four servants in Les Contes des Hoffmann (Offenbach), the Father and the Governor in The Child Dreams (Gil Shohat), Normano in Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti), Dancairo in Carmen at Masada (Bizet), the Drum Major in Wozzeck (Berg), Benoit and Alcindoro in La boheme (Puccini) and many other roles.

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