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Part of the Wagner ring cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen. Running time approx. 5hr. In Die Walkure (which includes the famous Ride of the Valkyries) the goddesses fly the souls of dead battle heroes to their new home in Valhalla but Brunnhilde (Chief Valkyrie) has fallen out with Wotan because she protected his half human son Siegmund in battle so he imprisons her on a rock surrounded by fire knowing that only a fearless hero (who he thinks doesn't exist) can save her. Sung in German with English titles. Duration approx. 5hrs 30mins (incl 2 intervals)

Performers Erik Nelson Werner (Siegmund), Alwyn Mellor (Sieglinde), Clive Bayley (Hunding), Bela Perencz (Wotan), Katarina Karneus (Fricka), Annalena Persson (Brunnhilde), Katherine Broderick (Helmwige), Meeta Raval (Ortlinde), Miriam Murphy (Gerhilde), Jennifer Johnston (Waltraute), Madeleine Shaw (Siegrune), Catherine Hopper (Rossweisse), Antonia Sotgiu (Grimgerde), Emma Carrington (Schwertleite).
Author Wagner. Company Opera North. Conductor Richard Farnes. Lighting Peter Mumford.

Die Walkure

Die Walkure (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T0538409787. Details of all Die Walkure archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1913

Archive Listings

14 Jul 12The Lowry
Salford
Greater Manchester
30 Jun 12Symphony Hall
Birmingham
West Midlands
23 Jun 12The Sage
Gateshead
Tyne and Wear
16 Jun 12
to
27 Jun 12
Town Hall
Leeds
West Yorkshire

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