Erhard Rom – Scenic Designer

 

 

ERHARD ROM (Set Design) was named as a finalist in the Designer of the Year category of the 2015 International Opera Awards in London.  He has designed settings for over 200 productions across the globe and his design work has been displayed in the Prague Quadrennial exhibition and at the National Opera Center in Manhattan. He also teaches design at Montclair State University in New Jersey. His credits include: The San Francisco Opera (Lucia di Lammermoor, Susannah and Nixon in China) The Royal Swedish Opera (Nixon in China) Wexford Festival Opera (Silent Night), Seattle Opera (La bohème, and Semele), Bard Summerscape Festival (The Wreckers), The Glimmerglass Festival (A Blizzard on Marblehead Neck and Later the Same Evening), Opera Theatre of Saint Louis (Rape of Lucretia, Faust, La bohème, Carmen and Jane Eyre), Minnesota Opera (the world premiere of The Shining ,Merry Widow, Romeo and Juliet, Rusalka, Carmen and The Dream of Valentino) and Wolf Trap Opera (20 operas). Other companies include; Vancouver Opera, the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin, Fort Worth Opera, Boston Lyric Opera, Florida Grand Opera, Opera Colorado, Opéra de Montréal, The Atlanta Opera, Opera Boston and Lyric Opera of Kansas City, Syracuse Stage, Geva Theatre Center, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, Merrimack Repertory Theatre and the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington, D.C. In 2014 he designed the European premiere of Kevin Puts recent opera, Silent Night. The production was awarded two accolades at the 2015 Irish Times Theatre Awards Ceremony, including the audience choice award and best opera production of 2015.

 http://www.erhardrom.com/

Erhard Rom, Set Designer. ‘The Wreckers’ (Friday and Sunday) Bard College’s SummerScape festival presents the first American staging of this politically astute opera about piracy, love and betrayal on the Cornish coast by Ethel Smyth, a trailblazing composer and suffragist.

★ ‘The Wreckers’ (Friday and Sunday) Bard College’s SummerScape festival presents the first American staging of this politically astute opera about piracy, love and betrayal on the Cornish coast by Ethel Smyth, a trailblazing composer and suffragist. Leon Botstein...

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