Bernd Weikl Autograph: Portrait Postcard on white sheet of paper. 2 autographs, signed in 1979 in Vienna.
The autograph come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Bernd Weikl, born in Vienna, studied economic science and canto at the Music Academy in Mainz, was awarded the First Prize at the International Contest in Berlin in 1968 and was awarded the First Prize at the International Contest in Berlin and in the same year he made his debut in "Freischütz "(Ottokar’s part) staged at the Opernhaus Hannover.
In 1972 he participated in the “Salzburger Festspiele” in the new production “Tristan and Isolde" conducted by Herbert von Karajan and made his debut in the “Bayreuther Festspiele” as Wolfram in "Tannhäuser ".
In Bayreuth his greatest success was as Hans Sachs in "Meistersingern", a role in which he has no competitor. In 1983 he sung at the Metropolitan Opera the part of Mandryka in "Arabella " by Richard Strauss and had also concerts in Chicago. In 1986 he sung also in Florence the part of Hans Sachs.
He performed more than 120 parts in five languages.
Bernd Weikl Autograph: Signed Portrait Postcard, CoA