Ingeborg Bernerth - Stage/Costume Designer
Since 1981, the German costume designer Ingeborg Bernerth has been working for theatres and opera houses in Europe and North America. During the last years she gave artistic form to the costumes of Rimsky-Korsakov’s The Czar’s Bride at Frankfurt Opera (stage director Stein Winge, set design Benoit Dugardyn); Mussorgsky’s Boris Godunov (stage director Robert Lehmeier, set design Tom Musch) at Nationale Reisopera Enschede; Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda and Roberto Devereux as well as Anna Bolena at Dallas Opera (stage director Stephen Lawless, set design Benoit Dugardyn), with revival at Washington National Opera; Tosca and Cavalleria rusticana/I Pagliacci at Festival Oscarsborg Operaen, Oslo; in cooperation with Stephen Lawless and Benoit Dugardyn Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss for the Glyndebourne Festival, at Grand Théâtre Geneva, at Opera House Graz and at the China National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing; Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor by Otto Nicolai (stage director Waut Koeken, set design Benoit Dugardyn) at Theater Erfurt; Maria Stuarda (revival from Dallas Opera) at Canadian Opera Company, Toronto; Turandot in Braunschweig; Don Carlo at the Korean National Opera Seoul (Elijah Moshinsky/director and Herbert Murauer/set designer).
She also worked with Vera Nemirova (stage direction)and Jens Killian (set design) on Der Ring des Nibelungen at Oper Frankfurt (2010-2012). Forthcoming productions e.g.: L'Elisir d'amore at Festival Oscarsborg Operaen, Oslo; Salome at Portland Opera/USA.Last updated: 03.07.2013
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