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Performance

VenueLongborough Festival Opera
TownMoreton-in-Marsh
CountyGloucestershire
From28th June 2002
To5th July 2002
WhenJun 28/Jul 5 at 19:30
PricesFrom £30.00. To £55.00.
What is currently on at Longborough Festival Opera (V1570387415)

Siegfried

T178949585
Part of the Ring Cycle. In Siegfried (he is the son of star-crossed lovers Siegmund and Sieglinde) we find Wotan disguised as a wandered, Alberich (the dwarf) and Mime trying to recover the Ring from Fafner (who is now a dragon) - but they are beaten to it by Siegried who kills the dragon and goes off to rescue Brunnhilde with the Ring.
Author Wagner


Archive :: production:T178949585, opera or operetta:S2087, venue:V1570387415

Production details

Reduced version prepared for CBTO by Jonathan Dove

Company

Company Longborough Festival Opera
Director Alan Privett
Conductor Anthony Negus
Design Jens Demant Cole
Lighting Guy Hoare
Lighting Viva Wright
Other Laura Smith (back projections)
Performer Brian Bannatyne Scott
Performer Yvonne Barclay
Performer Pauline Birchall
Performer Peter Bronder
Performer Matthew Elton Thomas
Performer Jonathan Finney
Performer Nicholas Folwell
Performer James Hancock
Performer Peter Jeffes
Performer Fiona Kimm
Performer Cassandra Manning
Performer Colette McGahon
Performer Elaine McKrill
Performer Jenny Miller
Performer Richard Lloyd Morgan
Performer Mark Richardson
Performer Annemarie Sand
Performer Carol Saxon
Performer Jacob Zethner-Moller

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