Tom Krause can look back on more than 50 years of experience as one of the leading international baritones of his generation, during which time he worked with most of the greatest singers, directors, conductors and orchestras in the world.
Records the role of Kurnewal in Tristan und Isolde with†Birgit Nilsson under Georg Solti
Appears in Bayreuth Festival and is engaged by the Hamburg Opera. This†engagement is continued over†30 years
Performs the War Requiem by Benjamin Britten in Albert Hall, London, conducted by†the composer. Britten†recommends him for the American premiere of the work,†which takes place in Tanglewood, and subsequent performances in Boston, New†York,†Minneapolis and Seattle
Extensive recital tour on the U.S.A. and Canada. Debut at La Scala in Milan, Italy
Metropolitan Opera debut in Mozartís Le Nozze de Figaro.
Performs the title role in Don Giovanni under Herbert Von Karajan at the Salzburg Festival. This leads to repeat Salzburg performances in opera, concert and recital in†the subsequent 30 years
Concerts and recording of Elijah by Mendelssohn with the Philadelphia Orchestra†under Eugene Ormandy andcConcert at Carnegie Hall, Mahlerís Knaben Wunderhorn wt Janet Baker and Steinberg
Debut at Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires as Conte Almaviva wt Gundula Janowitz, Teresa†Berganza, and Reri Grist. First American performance of the Shostakovich XIII Symphony and recording with the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy.
Samuel Barber composes the Cantata The Lovers for Baritone, Chorus and Orchestra for Tom Krause and the work is premiered with the Philadelphia Orchestra†under Eugene Ormandy
Opens the Metropolitan Opera season in Carmen with Marilyn Horne, conducted by Leonard Bernstein. The recording earns prizes and critical acclaim. Chicago Lyric Opera debut in Cosi Fan Tutte by Mozart. Films and records Stravinskiís Oedipus Rex with the Boston Symphony conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
Concert at Carnegie Hall, New York, Prince Igor (Concertant). Performs at the reopening of the Paris Opera under Solti and Strehler. This leads to regular appearances over the next 9 years, Remaining a leading artist at the Paris Opera and Opera Bastille until 2001.
Performs the role of Count Almaviva in Le Nozze di Figaro in a new production for the Vienna State Opera under Herbert Von Karajan. Repeats his performance of the role in the commercial recording
Performs in a new production of Carmen at the Edinburgh Festival with Berganza and Domingo under Abbado.
Recital of Schubertís Winterreise in New York
2000 Opens a new production of The Tales of Hoffman at the Paris Opera, conducted by James Conlon
2001 Performs, with Placido Domingo, the opera Parsifal at the Paris Opera
2002 Performs Moses in Moses and Aaron at the Teatro Massimo in Palermo. Return engagement with the Helsinki National Opera in La Fanciulla del West. Heads vocal department at the Escuela Superior de Musica, Reina Sofia, Madrid
2003 Receives Honoris Clausis (Honorary Doctorate) from Sibelius Academy. Masterclasses at Merola Music Program, San Francisco
2000 - 2013: Masterclasses at AVA (Philadelphia), Curtis, (Philadelphia); Throughout Europe (ie Mozarteum, Salzburg, Academie de Music, Villecroze, Savonlinna Music Academy,) Turkey, Middle East, Japan