The 2022/23 season at Theater Münster includes two role debuts as Aegisth in Krenek's Life of Orest and in Elektra by Richard Strauss. Another highlight is the reunion with the role of Duca (Rigoletto).
The Australian-Irish tenor received his training in Melbourne at the Victorian College of the Arts and at the renowned National Opera Studio in London. Winner of the Opera Foundation Australia's Italian Opera Award, Garrie Davislim was able to perfect his studies in both Rome and Florence. He has studied with Franco Pagliazzi (Florence), K.S. Hilde Rössl-Majdan (Vienna) and currently with tenor Franco Farina.
Engagements have taken Garrie Davislim to numerous theaters in Europe, including La Scala in Milan, the Volksoper in Vienna, the Mörbisch Lake Festival, the Bad Lauchstädt Festival of the German Language, the theaters in Innsbruck, Ulm, Hildesheim and Weimar, the Staatstheater Kassel, and the Dresden State Operetta. He has worked successfully with directors such as Damiano Michieletto, Philipp Arlaud, Jasmin Solfaghari, Alexander Schulin, Sebastian Ritschel, Paul-Georg Dittrich and John Copley.
His extensive repertoire includes. Don Carlo, Duca (Rigoletto), Alfredo (La Traviata) and Riccardo (Un ballo in maschera), Pinkerton (Madama Butterfly), Rodolfo (La Bohème), numerous leading roles in Mozart operas such as Tito (La clemenza di Tito), Belmonte (Die Entführung aus dem Serail), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) and Ferrando (Così fan tutte), Prince in Shostakovich's The Love for Three Oranges as well as the title role in Bernstein's Candide and Tony (West Side Story). In concert and opera productions Garrie Davislim has sung under the direction of renowned conductors such as Riccardo Chailly, Sir Christopher Hogwood, Thomas Hengelbrock, Niklas Willén, Stefan Veselka, Marcus Bosch, Alfred Eschwé, Golo Berg, Guido Mancusi and David Parry.
Furthermore, the tenor can look back on successful collaborations with renowned orchestras such as the WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne, the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock, the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken, the Berlin Concert Choir and Orchestra, the Munich and Frankfurt Symphonies, the Orchestra of Europe, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the State Orchestra Victoria.
Engagements in Bayreuth