The Finnish tenor Jussi Myllys has been a member of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein ensmeble since the beginning of the 2009/10 season. Trained in Helsinki, he had previously been an ensemble member at Frankfurt Opera. His repertoire includes the leading Mozart tenor parts and also roles such as Castor (Rameau ‘Castor et Pollux’), Fenton (Verdi ‘Falstaff’), Alfredo Germont (Verdi ‘La traviata’), Lensky (Tchaikovsky ‘Eugene Onegin’), the Steersman (Wagner ‘Der fliegende Holländer’), Froh (Wagner ‘Das Rheingold’), Florestan (Beethoven ‘Fidelio’), Max (Weber ‘Freischütz’), Narraboth (Richard Strauss ‘Salome’), Matteo (Richard Strauss ‘Arabella’), Alfred (Johann Strauss ‘Die Fledermaus’), Sali (Delius ‘A village Romeo and Juliet’), Tom Rakewell (Stravinsky ‘The Rake’s Progress’), Adam (Eötvös ‘Die Tragödie des Teufels’), Hippolyt (Henze ‘Phaedra’) and Giovanni (Schreier „Schade, dass sie eine Hure war“). Guest engagements have taken Jussi Myllys to venues including the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, the Semperoper Dresden, the Komische Oper Berlin, Theater Basel, Helsinki Opera, the Opéra National du Rhin, the Edinburgh Festival and the Savonlinna Opera Festival. He is also a highly sought-after concert singer. He appeared most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein as Erich (Wittenbrink ‘Comedian Harmonists in Concert’ and Romeo (Blacher ‘Romeo und Julia’).