The German set and costume designer made his debut co-designing the acclaimed world premiere of Thomas Adès’s The Tempest at London’s Royal Opera House in 2004. Since then, Junge has worked with most of the world’s leading performing-arts venues, while also designing for numerous commercial projects. Among his opera credits are Così fan tutte (Sydney – sets and costumes); The Love for Three Oranges (Mainz – sets and costumes); The Flying Dutchman, Norma, Roberto Devereux, and Cavalleria rusticana/Pagliacci (Metropolitan Opera); Béatrice et Bénédict (Vienna); Don Carlo (Moscow’s Bolshoi); Daphne (Brussels); La Cenerentola (Glyndebourne); Les Troyens and Aida (London’s Royal Opera). He has designed costumes in London for Shakespeare’s Globe, the Royal Court Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse, the National Theatre, and Almeida Theatre. His extensive dance credits include productions for American Ballet Theatre, New York City Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada, the Bolshoi Ballet, Dutch National Ballet, the Paris Opera Ballet, and the Royal Ballet, among many other companies.
Moritz Junge is supported by the Richard P. and Susan Kiphart Costume Designer Endowed Chair.
Roles at Lyric: Macbeth (2021/22), Rusalka (2013/14)