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Raimund Bauer

Raimund Bauer, Professor of Stage Design

Raimund Bauer (born 1955 in Heiligkreuz, Bavaria) studied stage design at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and at the Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst Wien. He passed his diploma exams with distinction and received the advancement award by the city of Vienna (Förderpreis der Stadt Wien).

Since then he designed countless stage sceneries, like for the theatres of Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Zurich, Basel, the Deutsches Theater in Berlin, the Burgtheater Vienna and many more.

In recent years Raimund Bauer has put a focus on music theatre and created stage designs for operas, e.g. in London (Parsifal, 1999), Amsterdam (Turandot, 2002;Tannhäuser, 2007;La Fanciulla del West, 2009), Barcelona (Parsifal,Król Roger), Zürich (Tristan und Isolde,Volpone, 2010), Chicago (Der fliegende Holländer), San Francisco (Parsifal,Der fliegende Holländer), Tokyo, Tel Aviv (Fidelio, 2005), Baden-Baden (Parsifal, 2005;Tosca, 2007;Tannhäuser, 2008), Genf (Salome, 2009), for the Dresden Semperoper (Rigoletto, 2008;Dead Man Walking, 2006), the Salzburger Festspiele (Die Gezeichneten, 2005;Elektra, 2010), and Bregenzer Festspiele (Król Roger, 2009).

Raimund Bauer has worked with many great stage directors, like Nikolaus Lehnhoff, Adolf Dresen, Nicolas Brieger, Werner Düggelin, and Anselm Weber. During the RuhrTriennale 2007 he coordinated the scenic installation Teatrum Mundi. His stage design forKönig Roger at the Bregenzer Festspiele 2009 was awarded theOpus prize.

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