Gabriel SADE

Country / Pays : Management : France
Vocalists : Tenors


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Biography :

Gabriel Sade has been acclaimed in performances at leading theaters throughout Europe including the Stuttgart Opera, SemperOper in Dresden, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Cologne Opera, Hamburg State Opera, Teatro Regio Turin,  Teatro alla Scala, Milan, Teatro Comunale of Bologna, Gran Teatro del Liceo as well as at the New Israeli Opera. His repertoire includes many  of the most demanding and brilliant roles for dramatic tenor. His performances in the new productions  of Don Carlos at the Hamburg State Opera and Schrecker's Die Gezeichneten in  earned him the Award of "Singer of the Year" by OPERNWELT.

Born in Romania, Gabriel Sade emigrated to Israel at an early age and completed his vocal studies at the Rubin Academy of Music in Tel Aviv and at the Guildhall School of Music in London.  He made his professional debut as Tamino in Die Zauberfloete at the Barbican.  Sade debuted at the New Israeli Opera as Jimmy Mahoney in Mahagonny and has returned to the Israeli Opera every season for roles which have included Lensky in Eugene Onegin, Rodolfo in La Boheme and for the title roles in Les Contes D'Hoffman and Otello. He began a long and intensive collaboration with the Stuttgart Opera where he at first specialized in the lyric tenor repertoire in roles such as Rodolfo in Boheme, Alfredo in La Traviata, the Duke in Rigoletto and Lensky in Eugene Onegin.  Sade slowly began to explore more dramatic repertoire. He debuted at the Hamburg State Opera in Il Tabarro, at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and in Geneva as Radames in Aida, in Zurich in Tosca and at the Teatro dell 'Opera di Roma in Respighi's rarely heard La Fiamma, returning there subsequentrly as Dimtiri in Boris Godunov as Cavaradossi in Tosca. His other Italian appearances followed in rapid succession. He  debuted at La Scala in La Forza del Destino, at the Teatro Giuseppe Verdi in Trieste in Adriana Lecouvreur,  in Bologna in Carmen and Madama Butterfly,  repeating the latter for Turin. He also appeared with the New Israeli Opera in Andrea Chenier and at the Zurich Opera in Tosca.  He made his debut at the Torre Del lago Festival singing his first Des Grieux in Puccini's Manon Lescaut.

In 1999, Sade made his Spanish Debut at Bilbao in Aida  and then performed his first Andrea Chenier in Oviedo. He has also been heard in France as Don Jose in Toulouse and at the the Festival de Radio France at Montpellier in Puccini's Le Villi. At the outset of the 2001/2002 season ,Gabriel Sade starred as Carlos in the Hamburg's new production of Verdi's Don Carlos. This staging, directed by Konwitschny and conducted by Metzmacher, was presented in the uncut original 1867 version written in French for the Grand Opera including as well, all the pieces of music Verdi had been obliged to cut before the work's premiere.  Sade's tour de force portrayal was considered a sensation by the German musical press and this was followed by another personal triumph in the Stuttgart Opera's new production of Schrecker's Die Gezeichneten for which the artist was received with unanimous critical accolades.

Gabriel Sade has appeared in the United States at the Hollywood Bowl in La Boheme and Carmen, both under John Mauceri and has sung with  the Seattle Opera, Boston Opera and in Cincinnati. Also active as a concert singer, he made his United Kingdom concert debut in Verdi's Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall.  He subsequently recorded this work under Richard Hickox with the London Symphony for Chandos Records.

In recent seasons Gabriel Sade has debuted several other of the most dramatic tenor roles. He sang his first Otello at the Royal Opera in Stockholm and has since performed the role at the with the Teatro la Fenice in Venice in Otello under Marcello Viotti, in Tel Aviv, in a new production  in Stuttgart, at the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona and for his debut at the Berlin State Opera in November of 2005. Sade made his debut at the Gran Teatro del Liceo in 2003 as Gherman in Tchaikovsky's The Queen of Spades followed by Dick Johnson in La Fanciulla del West at the Teatro Regio in Turin.  In 2004 he made his debut at the Vienna State Opera in his first performances of Canio in Pagliacci  and returned to Vienna the following year for his first Peter Grimes. He added Pollione in Norma to his repertoire at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein and sang the title role in the Italian version of Don Carlos in a new production at the SemperOper in Dresden.  Sade made his debut as Tristan in a new production of Tristan und Isolde at the Stuttgart Opera in the summer of 2004 and in 2005 he sang his first Samson in Tel Aviv. After his tremendous success at the Netherlands Opera in Die Gezeichneten, Sade was invited to return there in the fall of 2009 for his debut as Herod in Salome.

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