Tomas Juhás - tenor - guest artist

Tomaš Juhás studied with professor Robert Szücs at State Conservatory and University of Musical Arts in Bratislava. During his academic years, he débuted as Tony in Terence McNally's Master Class at the Slovak National Theatre. Later he joined the National Theatre in Brno, appearing in Káťa Kabanová (Boris, Kudrjáš), Macbeth (Malcolm), Nabucco (Ismaele), La traviata (Alfredo), L'elisir d'amore (Nemorino), La Bohème (Rodolfo), Turandot (Pong), Pagliacci (Beppe), Faust (title role), The Merry Widow (Camille de Rossillon) and he sang Lensky in Eugene Onegin directed by Peter Konwitschny. He was invited to the Opera Bastille in Paris and to the Teatro Real in Madrid to sing Čerevin in From the House of the Dead by Janáček. He made his début as Pong and Beppe at the Classic Open-air Solothurn, and as Alfredo in La traviata in St. Margarethen, performed in La bohème in Cyprus, and sang the role of Boris in a new production of Káťa Kabanová directed by Robert Wilson in the Czech National Theatre in Prague. He has given concerts in Miskolc, Budapest, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria. His concert of Beethoven‘s Symphony No. 9 in the Wiener Konzerthaus was broadcast by ORF. His present projects include the role of Italian singer at the Slovak National Theatre (in Richard Strauss's Rosenkavalier), Jeník in The Bartered Bride by Smetana under the baton of Jiří Bělohlávek in London, and he will perform in Dvořák's Stabat Mater in Tokyo. On his first CD, recorded for Slovart Records, he sings the tenor solo of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with the Slovak Philharmonic under the baton of Chihiro Hayashi.