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Royal Festival Hall 2018/19

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Die Walküre

Vladimir Jurowski conducts

4:00 PM, ​ Royal Festival Hall, London

Wagner Die Walküre

Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Stuart Skelton Siegmund
Evgeny Nikitin Wotan*
Ruxandra Donose Sieglinde*
Stephen Milling Hunding
Claudia Mahnke Fricka
Svetlana Sozdateleva Brünnhilde
Ursula Hesse von den Steinen Waltraute
Sinéad Campbell-Wallace Helmwige
Alwyn Mellor Gerhilde
Gabriela Iştoc Ortlinde
Hanna Hipp Rossweisse
Angela Simkin Siegrune
Rachael Lloyd Grimgerde
Susan Platts Schwertleite
London Philharmonic Orchestra

* Please note a change of artists from previously advertised.

Please note the start time.
Sung in German with English surtitles.

As a deadly storm rages through the forest, two desperate people find shelter. But higher powers watch and judge, and Siegmund and Sieglinde’s forbidden love will have consequences on a cosmic scale. A brother finds a sister, a father betrays his son and a goddess discovers her own humanity: the second part of Wagner’s Ring Cycle contains some of the most overwhelmingly emotional music in all opera. It’s an ideal entry-point into Wagner’s epic world. Leading Wagnerian Stuart Skelton heads a stellar cast. 

Please note this performance lasts 5 hours 15 minutes including one 30-minute interval and one 60-minute interval.
View of the choir from seats in row B of the front stalls may be obstructed.

Generously supported by members of the Orchestra’s Ring Cycle Syndicate.

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