KS Bo Skovhus
BO SKOVHUS studied at the Music Institute Aarhus, at the Royal Opera Academy in Copenhagen and in New York. His career began in Vienna in 1988 with Don Giovanni at the Volksoper. In 1997, the artist was awarded the title Austrian Kammersänger. His opera repertoire includes parts such as Don Giovanni, Conte d‘Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro, Alfonso, Graf in Capriccio, Barbier in Die schweigsame Frau, Mandryka, Wozzeck and Eugen Onegin, Jelezki, Danilo, Eisenstein, Wolfram, Kurwenal, Amfortas, Beckmesser, Frank and Fritz in Die tote Stadt, die Titelpartie in Reimann´s King Lear. He interpreted this and further parts in houses such as the Hamburgische Staatsoper, the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, the Deutsche Oper Berlin, at the Salzburger Festspiele, at the Staatsoper Munich, Opéra de Paris, the Lyric Opera Chicago, at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, at the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Semperoper Dresden, in Budapest and Brussels. At the Wiener Staatsoper he for example sang Mandryka, Billy Budd, Olivier, Capriccio-Graf, Guglielmo, Dr. Falke, Eisenstein, Rodrigue, Eugen Onegin, Don Giovanni, Wolfram, Kurwenal, Frank and Fritz.