Güneş Gürle

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Güneş Gürle (born July 7, 1975 in Izmir, Turkey) is a Turkish opera singer, bass-baritone.[1]


Made his operatic debut at the State Opera Istanbul in the 2002-03 season as Don Giovanni in Mozart's masterpiece. Which led his career to Mozart roles such as Giovanni, Leporello, Figaro, Bartolo, Don Alfonso and Osmin.[2][3][4][5]

He has performed under conductors such as Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli, Omar Meir Welber, Daniele Gatti, Paolo Carignani, Alexander Joel and Hans Wallat. He has sung at Theater an der Wien,[6] Bavarian State Opera,[7] Vlaamse Opera,[8] Stadttheater Bern[9] and Deutsche Oper am Rhein.[10]


Donizetti Classical Music Awards, Male Opera Singer of the Year 2013[11][12]

Leyla Gencer Voice Competition, Jury Mention Award, 1997[13]


La bohème, as Colline, Robert Dornhelm as directorOpernfestspiele St. Margarethen[14][15]


  • [1] La libre, Nicolas Blanmont
  • [2] Le Soir, Michele Friche
  • [3] deutsche oper am rhein
  • [4] Bayerischer Rundfunk Klassik