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Ludvig Lindström

Bass-baritone Ludvig Lundström joins soprano Louise Engeseth at the festival "Generation" May 31st here in Bergen

Ludvig Lindström was a member of the Norwegian National Opera young artist program season 2016/17, and sang roles like Yamadori in Madama Butterfly and Moralès in Carmen.

Lindström studied music in Göteborg and then at The Royal Opera Academy in Copenhagen.

His debut at The Royal Opera in Copenhagen was in 2006 was as A watchman (Vægter) in Carl Nielsen's Maskarade. Later he sang the title role in The Marriage of Figaro, Der Geisterbote in Strauss' Frau ohne Schatten og Zebul i Händel's Jephtha. For the role as Zebul he received the Danish Award Reumert Talent Award. Internationally he has sung at Staatsoper Berlin as well as Musikfestspiele Potsdam. He has also interpreted Sciarrone in Tosca og The Novice's Friend in Billy Budd at The Norwegian Opera & Ballet.

Lindström was also playing the role as Masetto in "Juan", the film version of Mozart’s Don Giovanni directed by the Kaspar Holten.

August 2022 he sang Lodovico in Verdi's Otello at OscarsborgOperaen in Norway.

For Bergen National Opera he sang in two different productions autumn 2022: In Simon McBurney's version of The Magic Flute in Bergen in November, he sang First priest as well as Second armored man, and in December he was Melchior in Amahl and the Night Visitors.

At Bergen International Festival spring 2023 he was Sciarrone in Tosca by Puccini, with Lise Davidsen in the title role, and the same autumn Bass-baritone he was Kuligin in Katya Kabanova here at Bergen National Opera

Season 2024/25 he sings Ludovico in Otello by Verdi at The Norwegian Opera & Ballet.

Updated May 2024

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