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Die Walküre
© GTG / Carole Parodi
6 & 13 March 2019
Opera
Grand Théâtre de Genève

Die Walküre

First day of Der Ring des Nibelungen in 3 acts by Richard Wagner
Libretto by the composer. Premiered at the Königliches Hof - National Theatre Munich on 26 June 1870.

Reprise of the production by Dieter Dorn & Jürgen Rose (2013-14)

Sung in German with English and French surtitles
Duration: approx. 4h40 (with two intermissions)

Ring Cycle Ticket from Fr. 104.- to Fr. 824.-

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Following their remarkable production of Das Rheingold, Dieter Dorn as director and Jürgen Rose as designer spin the second episode of their theatrical retelling of Richard Wagner’s epic Ring cycle. Opera’s best-known incursion into the world of film music, the Ride of the Walkyries (Francis Ford Coppola’s gaggle of helicopters swooping over Vietnam as the smell of napalm rises in the morning) is only one of many great musical moments of The Walkyrie. Siegmund’s spring song and his love duet with Sieglinde, Brünnhilde’s plea to Wotan, the Magic Fire music at the end of the opera are all waiting to ignite the audience’s applause.

Musical Director Georg Fritzsch
Stage Director Dieter Dorn
Set & costumes Designer Jürgen Rose
Dramaturgy Hans-Joachim Ruckhäberle
Lighting Designer Tobias Löffler
Body Expression Heinz Wanitschek
Vidéo Jana Schatz
   
Siegmund Will Hartmann
Wotan Tómas Tómasson
Hunding Alexey Tikhomirov
Sieglinde Michaela Kaune
Brünnhilde Petra Lang
Fricka Ruxandra Donose
Gerhilde Katja Levin
Ortlinde Marion Ammann
Waltraute Lucie Roche
Schwertleite Ahlima Mhamdi
Helmwige Karen Foster
Siegrune Héloïse Mas
Grimgerde Rena Harms
Rossweisse Roswitha Christina Müller
   
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande   

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Feb 2019
Wednesday 13 |  6 pm
Mar 2019
Wednesday 6 |  6 pm
Tickets Fr. 37.- to Fr. 212.-
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Wednesday 13 |  6 pm
Tickets Fr. 72.- to Fr. 212.-
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Performances take place at the Place de Neuve.