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The Valkyrie introduces Siegmund, Wotan's son by a human, and the Valkyries - Wotan's female warriors who are memorably portrayed in one of the opera's most exciting scenes. 'The Ride of the Valkyries'. Siemund's unwittingly incestuous love for his sister Sieglinde ignites a power struggle between Wotan and his consort Fricka, which leads to Siegmund's death. Brunnhilde, Wotan's best-loved daughter, defies her father and rescues Sieglinde, pregnant with Siegmund's child. Enraged by her defiance, Wotan imprisons Brunnhilde inside a ring of fire, stripped of the protection of the gods. Only a moral, innocent hero can save her. Concert Performance. Supported by a syndicate of donors. Running time 4 hrs 50 mins

Performers Robert Hayward (Wotan), Kathleen Broderick (Brunnhilde), Par Lindskog (Siegmund), Orla Boylan (Sieglinde), Susan Parry (Fricka), Clive Bayley (Hunding), Julie Melinek (Gerhilde), Clarie Weston (Ortlinde), Renata Skarelyte (Waltraute), Ethna Robinson (Schwertleite), Meryl Richardson (Helmwige), Ruby Philogene (Siegrune), Leah-Marian Jones (Rossweisse), Valerie Reid (Grimgerde).
Author Wagner. Company English National Opera. Conductor Paul Daniel. Translation Jeremy Sams.

The Valkyrie

The Valkyrie (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T0548489425. Details of all The Valkyrie archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1166730132

Archive Listings

30 Oct 02
2 Nov 02
Barbican Centre
West End
Greater London

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