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Vladimir Jurowski conducts
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Torsten Kerl Siegfried
Evgeny Nikitin Wanderer
Elena Pankratova Brünnhilde
Adrian Thompson Mime
Robert Hayward Alberich
Brindley Sherratt Fafner
Patricia Bardon Erda
Alina Adamski Woodbird
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Please note start time. Sung in German with English surtitles.
‘Simply outstanding’ was how The Guardian described the start of Vladimir Jurowski’s four-year journey through Wagner’s colossal Ring Cycle. Now, together with a cast that includes some of the finest living Wagnerians, he reaches the third, and sunniest, part of the saga. Deep in the forest, the orphaned Siegfried has grown to manhood without ever knowing fear. A dragon’s gold, a sleeping goddess, and the shattered fragments of his father’s sword will all help shape his destiny, and set him on a path that leads to love, glory, and – perhaps – a new world. Part fairytale, part cosmic myth, it’s never less than gripping.
Generously supported by members of the Orchestra’s Ring Cycle Syndicate.
This performance lasts 6 hours including 30 minute and 75 minute intervals.
Series discounts not available for this concert
Find out more about the story of The Ring
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