Gregor Bühl gained international attention by launching the highly acclaimed new "Ring des Nibelungen" at the Kungliga Operan in Stockholm. His interpretation was enthusiastically received by the audience and press.
In recent years, Maestro Bühl has visited the Staatsoper Hamburg and the Staatsoper Stuttgart, where he has completed Cenerentola, Rigoletto, Pique Dame, Elisir d'amore, Les Contes D'hoffmann and Tosca. He also regularly collaborates with the Staatsoper Hannover, where he has recently performed several new productions, including the German premiere of Manfred Trojahns Orest, and a highly recognised production of La Traviata.
Upcoming projects include a series of ' Madama Butterfly ' at the Royal Theatre in Copenhagen, a revival of Viaggio a Reims at the Staatsoper Hannover, for the continuation of a CD series for Capriccio with works by Walter Braunfels, concerts with the orchestra to GöteborgsOperan, Trondheims Symphony Orchestra, Staatskapelle Weimar and our own production of Il Trovatore at Fredriksten Fortress.
Gregor Bühl had his North American debut with "Fidelio" on the Canadian Opera company Toronto and his South American debut at Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires with Lehàr, Merry Widow. He has appeared as a guest manager at the Opéra National de Montpellier, the Semperoper Dresden, Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Leipzig Opera.
He has conducted symphony orchestras around the world, including Radio Symphonie-Orhester Berlin, Symphoniker Hamburg, NDR Radiophilharmonie, DR Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orhestra, Staatskapelle Weimar, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Düsseldorf Symphony and the Staatsphilharmonie Rhineland Palatinate.
Bühls discography includes the award-winning recording of American clarinet music with Sharon Kam and the London Symphony Orchestra, available at Warner Classics, and a CD series for Capriccio with works by Walter Braunfels. Gregory Bühl was born in 1964 and started his studies at the Musikhochschule in Düsseldorf with Wolfgang drums.