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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. New. Sung in German with English surtitles.Performers Bryn Terfel (Hans Sachs), Gwyn Hughes Jones (Walther von Stolzing), Rachel Willis-Sorensen (Eva), Johannes Martin Kranzle (Sixtus Beckmesser), Stephen Milling (Veit Pogner), Allan Clayton (David), Hanna Hipp (Magdalene), Sebastian Holecek (Fritz Kothner), Andrew Tortise (Kunz Vogelgesang), Alasdair Elliott (Balthazar Zorn), Gyula Nagy (Konrad Nachtigall), Samuel Sakker (Ulrich Eisslinger), David Junghoon Kim (Augustin Moser), John Cunningham (Hermann Ortel), Jeremy White (Hans Schwarz), David Shipley (Nightwatchman).
Author Wagner. Producer Royal Opera House. Conductor Antonio Pappano. Director Kasper Holten.
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