Stig Andersen Opera

Opera Singer & Stage Director

Stig Andersen Opera is representing the opera singer and stage director Stig Fogh Andersen. Stig Andersen is one of the most sought-after heldentenors of his generation. He has sung all important tenor roles written by Richard Wagner in nearly all important theatres including the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Chicago Lyric Opera, Paris Opéra-Bastille, De Nederlandse Opera in Amsterdam, Royal Opera House Covent Garden in London, Deutsche Oper Berlin and more.

DVD Recordings


Colon Ring: Der Ring des Nibelungen in 7 hours

Label: C Major
Catalog No: 713104 (Blu-Ray) / 713008 (DVD) 
Format: Blu-Ray (3 discs) / DVD-Video (5 discs)
Year: 2013


Wagner – Tannhäuser

Label: Decca
Catalog No: 074 3390 DH2
Format: DVD-Video (2 discs)
Year: 2011


Schönberg – Gurrelieder

Label: BR Klassik
Catalog No: BRK 900110
Format: DVD-Video (1 disc)
Year: 2010


Wagner – The Copenhagen Ring

Complete box SET (Part 1–4)

(Part 1: Das Rheingold, Part 2: Die Walküre, Part 3: Siegfried, Part 4: Götterdämmerung)

Label: Decca
Catalog No: 2008 074 3264 DX7 
Format: DVD-Video (7 discs)
Year: 2008


Die Walküre (Part 2)
Label: Decca
Catalog No: 074 3266 DX2
Format: DVD-Video (1 disc)
Year: 2008

Siegfried (Part 3)
Label: Decca
Catalog No: 074 3269 DX2
Format: DVD-Video (2 discs)
Year: 2008

Götterdämmerung (Part 4)
Label: Decca
Catalog No: 074 3272 DX2
Format: DVD-Video (2 discs)
Year: 2008


REcordings available online

Stig Andersen: Waldemar. Arnold Schoenberg, Gurre-Lieder

Stig Andersen: Waldemar. Arnold Schoenberg, Gurre-Lieder "So tanzen die Engel"

Stig Andersen: Waldemar. Arnold Schoenberg, Gurre-Lieder. "Es ist Mitternacht"

Stig Andersen: Waldemar. Arnold Schoenberg, Gurre-Lieder. "Du wunderliche Tove"

Wotan - James Johnson Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Siegmund - Stig Fogh Andersen Sieglinde - Gitta-Maria Sjöberg Fricka - Randi Stene Hunding - Stephen Milling Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson, the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

Wotan - James Johnson Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Siegmund - Stig Fogh Andersen Sieglinde - Gitta-Maria Sjöberg Fricka - Randi Stene Hunding - Stephen Milling Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson, the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

Siegfried - Stig Fohg Andersen Mime - Bengt-Ola Morgny Wanderer - James Johnson Erda - Susanne Resmark Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Fafner - Christian Christiansen Alberich - Steen Byriel Waldvogel - Gisela Stille Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson, the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

Siegfried - Stig Fohg Andersen Mime - Bengt-Ola Morgny Wanderer - James Johnson Erda - Susanne Resmark Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Fafner - Christian Christiansen Alberich - Steen Byriel Waldvogel - Gisela Stille Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson, the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

Siegfried - Stig Fohg Andersen Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Hagen - Peter Klaveness Gunther - Guido Paevatelu Gutrune - Ylva Kihlberg Waltraute - Annette Bod Alberich - Sten Byriel Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Choir of the Royal Danish Opera The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson (Wagner, recurring in Götterdämmerung as a silent role), the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

Siegfried - Stig Fohg Andersen Brünnhilde - Irene Théorin Hagen - Peter Klaveness Gunther - Guido Paevatelu Gutrune - Ylva Kihlberg Waltraute - Annette Bod Alberich - Sten Byriel Director - Kasper Bech Holten The Choir of the Royal Danish Opera The Royal Danish Orchestra under Sir Michael Schønwandt Excepting James Johnson (Wagner, recurring in Götterdämmerung as a silent role), the Copenhagen Ring is sung by an entirely Scandinavian cast, mostly in-house from the Royal Danish Opera.

DEN JYSKE OPERA – Siegfried,  (26 and 28 August 1994) Conductor: Francesco Cristofoli Staging: Klaus Hoffmeyer (Assistant: Kasper Holten) Aarhus Symfoniorkester Siegfried: Stig Fogh Andersen Wanderer: Lars Waage Mime: Hans Jorgen

Carl Nielsen: Maskarade Stig Fogh Andersen, Guido Paevatalu, Lamberto Gardelli, 1986

Carl Nielsen: Maskarade Stig Fogh Andersen, Inga Nielsen, Lamberto Gardelli, 1986

The Royal Danish Opera in Copenhagen

Conductor: Sixten Ehrling Saul: Leif Roar David: Kjell Magnus Sandve Mikal: Eva Johansson Jonathan: Stig Fogh Andersen Samuel: Jorgen Klint Abner: Christian Christiansen Fortune-teller in Endor: Minna Nyhus Abisay: Elsebeth Lund a guard: Anders Jakobsson a girl: Antje Jansen

Stig Andersen: Tannhäuser Richard Wagner -Geliebter, sag, wi weilt der Sinn -Dir töne Lob! Die Wunder sei'n gepriesen

Tannhäuser Romerzählung – Stig Andersen

Richard Wagner. TRISTAN UND ISOLDE. Excerpt from Act II, Scene 2. Audio live recording: May 27, 2001, with photos and paintings. Tristan: Stig Andersen. Isolde: Susan Owen. Brangäne: Ute Walther. Conductor: Christian Thielemann. Das Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin.

Act 2 finale Leonore: Christine Brewer Marzeline: Jenny Grahn Florestan: Stig Andersen Jacquino: Timothy Robinson Don Pizarro: Roderick Earle Don Fernando: Robert Lloyd Rocco: Jeremy White conductor: Bernard Haitink Royal Opera House Covent Garden 01-12-1999

Watch this video preview of Siegfried from Seattle Opera's 2009 Ring Cycle. This exciting video features footage from some of the opera's most intriguing moments. See more Ring Cycle videos by visiting the Seattle Opera website: http://www.seattleopera.org/tickets/ring/

Watch this video preview of Götterdämmerung from Seattle Opera's 2009 Ring Cycle. This exciting video features footage from some of the opera's most intriguing moments. See more Ring Cycle videos by visiting the Seattle Opera website: http://seattleopera.org/ring/