Max Riebl Cause Of Death, Obituary Unavailable Yet – Max Riebl died according to a Facebook post created on May 1, 2022. Mitchell Butel announced the passing of Max who was a model of bravery and creative adventurousness and mischief and heart. Working with him and getting to know him more was one of the true joys and education of my life. He died after a long illness.
Mitchell Butel wrote on Facebook; “Max Riebl was as charming and as gorgeous as any fairytale prince.
And he was a prince of a human being too. Wise and calm and smart and assured beyond his 30 years. A deep thinker and questioner. A sly wit. A truth-teller. A playful collaborator. One of the world’s finest countertenors and performers. And one of its finest and most loving husbands and fathers too. I saw him first sing in Simon Stone’s Hamlet at Belvoir and was knocked out by his seeming direct link to the heavens when he opened his mouth. I met him a few years after and witnessed his ease and quirky humor and loveliness in person. Last year, I had the complete pleasure of directing him in four roles in The Loves of Apollo and Dafne for Pinchgut Opera. We were both out of our comfort zones.”
The obituary and funeral service will be released by the family, as it is unavailable at the time of this publication. Condolences: We encourage you to share your most beloved memories of Max Riebl here so that the family and other loved ones can always see them. You can upload cherished photographs, or share your favorite stories, and can even comment on those shared by others.