Tenor Gregory Kunde has leading role in Andrea Chénier at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma

Andrea Chénier, an opera in four acts with music by Umberto Giordano and libretto by Luigi Illica, will be staged at the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma from April 21st to May 2nd. Gregory Kunde will be in the leading role of this new production by Rome's Teatro dell’Opera in coproduction with La Fenice di Venezia. Accompanying the American tenor on stage will be artists of the stature of Maria José Siri (Maddalena de Coigny), Roberto Frontali (Carlo Gérard), Natascha Petrinsky (Countess de Coigny), and others. Holding the baton for the theatre's orchestra and chorus will be Maestro Roberto Abbado. Stage direction will be in the hands of Marco Bellocchio.
Just a few days later, on May 8th, Gregory Kunde will offer a recital at Opera Naples, in Naples, Florida, accompanied on the piano by Ramón Tebar. The concert will feature a selection of the great opera arias recorded for his new CD, which will be released soon. 
Gregory Kunde's upcoming performances also include Andrea Chénier at the ABAO-OLBE  and Turandot with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, with Zubin Mehta at the helm. He will be returning to the ROH Covent Garden with Otello in July and then in August he will give two recitals, one at the Peralada Festival and another at the Tio Pepe Festival of Jerez de la Frontera.