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The story of the poet-cobbler Sachs and Eva who is pledged to marry the winner of the prize-song contest.Performers Gerald Finley (Hans Sachs), Marco Jentzsch (Walther von Stolzing), Topi Lehtipuu (David), Johannes Martin Kranzle (Sixtus Beckmesser), Anna Gabler (Eva), Michaela Selinger (Magdalene), Alastair Miles (Veit Pogner), Henry Waddington (Fritz Kothner), Colin Judson (Kunz Vogelgesang), Andrew Slater (Konrad Nachtigall), Alasdair Elliott (Balthasar Zorn), Adrian Thompson (Ulrich Eisslinger), Daniel Norman (Augustin Moser), Robert Poulton (Hermann Ortel), Maxim Mikailov (Hans Schwarz), Graeme Broadbent (Hans Foltz), Mats Almgren (A Nightwatchman).
Author Wagner. Producer Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Conductor Vladimir Jurowski. Conductor Anthony Negus (Jun 10). Director David McVicar. Design Vicki Mortimer. Lighting Paule Constable. Director Andrew George (movement). Director Nicholas Hall (fight). Company London Philharmonic Orchestra. Company Glyndebourne Chorus.
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