The young Norwegian tenor Kjetil Støa is one of Scandinavia’s most interesting tenors today. His repertoire consists of many iconic roles in the operatic history, such as Rodolfo, Alfredo, Macduff, Don Ottavio and Pinkerton. This season he has had a major success singing Calaf in Turandot at Folkoperan in Sweden. Prior to this he has appeared as Rodolfo in La Bohème at the Opera in Kristiansund and in Vestfold, Norway. He also returned to sing Tormod Kolbrunarskald in the Norwegian production The Saint Olav Drama at the National Culture Center in Stiklestad, Norway and in Kiberg Odyssén with NordNorsk Opera and Symphony Orchestra.