Sebastian Geyer adds four new roles to his repertoire during the 2018/19 season: the Count in Capriccio, Music Teacher in Ariadne auf Naxos, Bogdanowitsch in Die lustige Witwe / The Merry Widow and Rudolf in a new production of Schreker's Der ferne Klang / The Distant Sound, and repeats his endearing, and funny, portrayal of Papageno in Die Zauberflöte. This versatile baritone, a member of the ensemble for many years, has enjoyed great success with roles including Purcell's Aeneas, Handel's Giulio Cesare, Telemann's Orpheus and Creonte in Cesti's LʼOrontea (available on CD – OehmsClassics), Mozart's Don Giovanni, Guglielmo and Graf Almaviva, Dr. Falke (Die Fledermaus) and Basil Basilowitsch in Der Graf von Luxemburg (available on CD - OehmsClassics), Der Narr / The Fool in Křenek's Das geheime Königreich / The Secret Kingdom, Hel Helson in Britten's Paul Bunyan, Háraschta in Das schlaue Füchslein, Jaroslav Prus in Die Sache Makropulos / The Makropoulos Case, roles in a triple bill of one act operas by Martinů, Barone Tito Belcredi in Trojahn's Enrico, Sebastian in Adès’ The Tempest and Ingo in the world premiere of Herrmann's Der Mieter / The Tenant. Sebastian Geyer recently sang the title role in Schumann's Szenen aus Goethe's Faust at the Lucerne Festival and Millöcker's Gasparone at the Volksoper in Vienna. He was under contract to Theater Heidelberg before he moved to Frankfurt. Other recent guest engagments have included appearances at the Stuttgart and Wiesbaden state operas, the Opéra de Lausanne and Theater in Luzern. He also sang the title roles in Vivaldi's Montezuma and Tito Manlio in Schwetzingen. He was nominated for »Singer of the Year 2006« in Opernwelt magazine for his interpretation of Don Giovanni.