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David Alden was born on September 16, 1949 in New York City, New York, USA. He is known for his work on Winterreise (1994), Britten's Peter Grimes (2014) and Triple Threat (1988). See full bio »

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Winterreise Director
Britten's Peter Grimes Miscellaneous Crew
Triple Threat Miscellaneous Crew
Cox and Box Miscellaneous Crew


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 2018 Lucia di Lamermoor (TV Movie) (stage director)
 2014 Britten's Peter Grimes (staged by)
 2012 Great Performances at the Met (TV Series) (production - 1 episode)
- Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera (2012) ... (production)
 2012 George Frideric Handel: Deidamia, Opera in tre atti (TV Movie) (stage: Director)
 2005 Rodelinda (TV Movie) (stage director)
 2001 Rinaldo (TV Movie) (opera director)
 1996 Ariodante (TV Movie) (opera director)
 1994 Tannh√§user (TV Movie) (opera director)
 1994 Verdi (TV Movie) (opera director)
 1991 Performance (Video documentary) (stage director)
 1988 Triple Threat (TV Series) (contestant coordinator - 1988-1989)
 1982 Cox and Box (TV Movie) (stage director)
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 1994 Winterreise
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 1989 Trying Times (TV Series)
- A Good Life (1989)
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 2012 Great Performances at the Met (TV Series)
Self - Production director (Intermission)
- Verdi: Un Ballo in Maschera (2012) ... Self - Production director (Intermission)
 2010 The South Bank Show (TV Series documentary)
- 2009 Awards (2010) ... Self

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American director, twin brother of opera director Christopher Alden. His stagings in Europe have been called Brechtian and violent; he produced a punk version of "Rake's Progress" in 1982 in Amsterdam and his 1984 "Mazepa" (1984) featured chain-saws and strip lighting.

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