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Angela Denoke

Angela Denoke (born 27 November 1961, in Stade) is a German opera singer (soprano).

She studied at the University of Music and Drama of Hamburg. Her first contract was at the Theater Ulm (1992-1996), where she sang Fiordiligi (Cosi fan tutte), Donna Anna (Don Giovanni) and Agathe in (Der Freischütz), among other roles. She then worked at the Stuttgart Opera and performed at the Vienna State Opera, the Salzburg Festival, and the Metropolitan Opera in New York.

She regularly sings at all the major opera companies in the world; in Berlin, Hamburg, Dresden, London, Paris, San Francisco, and Chicago. In April 1997, Denoke debuted at the Vienna State Opera as the Marschallin in Der Rosenkavalier, the same role she sang when debuting at the Metropolitan Opera in 2005. July 1997 saw Denoke's debut at the Salzburg Festival, as Marie in Peter Stein's production of Wozzeck, conducted by Claudio Abbado.[1] In 2006, she sang the title role in Richard Strauss' Salome at the Bayerische Staatsoper, directed by William Friedkin and conducted by Kent Nagano.

In 1999, she was named Singer of the Year by the magazine Opernwelt.

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  • Naxos Records
  • Edinburgh International Festival web site
  • Metropolitan Opera Data Base
  • Andrew Clements, Erwartung)
  • Jeremy Eichler, Der Rosenkavalier)
  • Joshua Kosman, La Damnation de Faust)

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