Agrippina will do whatever it takes to depose the current Emperor Claudius and install her son Nero on the throne. A baroque opera about grand ambitions, political intrigues and the winding paths of power. The perfect material for one of Händel’s earliest works.
Powerful and pliantThe New York Times
Eric Jurenas brought dimension and convictionThe Washington Post
A powerful and pleasing sound...his is a young artist to watch.The Boston Musical Intelligencer
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"Eric Jurenas managed to portray both great masculinity and playful, compelling gentleness, singing successfully in the tricky range of countertenor with an occasional plunge into a fully resonant depth."
Opera in three acts 
Sung in Italian
Eric sings the role of Narciso.
Händel’s work enjoys a lively and successful tradition at Dutch National Opera, which includes recent stagings of Ariodante, Jephtha and Rodelinda. Now, with Agrippina, Händel specialist Ottavio Dantone will make his Dutch National Opera debut, leading his prize-winning Baroque orchestra Accademia Bizantina.
Cast and Information: https://www.operaballet.nl/en/opera/2020-2021/show/agrippina
Opera in 3 acts 
Performed in Italian
Eric sings the role of Arsamene.
The Persian King Xerxes and his well-off guests’ dining table is laid with hunger for power, obsession, resentment and vanity. But they’re all driven by one thing really: love. Xerxes just forgot all about his intended bride Amastre and is now hell-bent on conquering Romilda. She is in love with his brother Arsamene, who Romilda’s sister Atalanta wants to get her hands on. In one of his last operas Handel managed to walk an unusual tightrope in a work switching between satire and tragedy. It opens with one his most popular numbers: the famous Larghetto »Ombra mai fu«, Xerxes’ declaration of love for a tree. Tilmann Köhler and his team bring us up close to his protagonists’ aberrations and confusions – with infectious playfulness, sensitivity for the vulnerability of the figures and delight in the absurd.
Cast and Information: https://oper-frankfurt.de/en/season-calendar/xerxes_2_2/
"He...stuns the audience with his remarkable voice and musicianship."