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Stephan Genz’s highly successful début-recital at London’s Wigmore Hall led to invitations for recitals in Amsterdam (Concertgebouw), Frankfurt (Alte Oper), Philharmonie Köln, Brussels (Opera Royal de la Monnaie), Paris (Chatelet, Champs-Elysees, Louvre), New York (Alice Tully Hall, Frick Collection, Rockefeller Center), Moscow, Hong Kong, Tokyo (City Opera, Oji Hall, Suntory Hall), Osaka, the Schubertiade (Feldkirch, Hohenems, Schwarzenberg), the Edinburgh Festival, the Maggio Musicale Firenze, Zermatt Festival...

More than 50 recordings document his widely spread repertoire. His recital recordings won major awards such as the “Gramophone Award”, the “Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik”, the “Timbre de Platine” and numerous “Diapason d'Or”.

Recent appearances include Eisenstein in “Die Fledermaus“ at the Moscow Bolshoi, Guglielmo in „Cosi fan tutte“ at the Festspiele Baden-Baden and the double role of Frank and Fritz in Korngold ́s “Tote Stadt” at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice.
Further projects include “Hänsel und Gretel” in Moscow, Mahler Wunderhornlieder with the Russian National Orchestra, Karl Amadeus Hartmann’s Gesangsszene with the OSESP Sao Paulo, Demetrius in Britten ́s Midsummer Night ́s Dream and Carmina Burana at the Grand Théâtre de Genève.

Since September 2012 Stephan Genz is appointed to the Conservatoire National de Paris as Professor for the German repertoire.