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The Proms may never be the same again after the extraordinary heights achieved by the concert performance of Wagner's Ring Cycle on almost consecutive nights last week as the composer intended. Sunday's Part IV, Twilight of the Gods , surpassed even
The epic four-evening mythic drama is the macho challenge with which operas prove themselves. It practically did in Los Angeles Opera when the company finally got around to mounting this monumental if confrontational pillar of Western civilization in
Music Review A Ring' Fit for a Time of Austerity Wilfried Hosl Anja Kampe and Klaus Florian Vogt in "Die Walkure." Andreas Kriegenburg 's production of Wagner's Ring cycle begins in an idyll. The audience enters the theater to find the stage full of
Seattle's Thornton Place and Oak Tree 6 movie theaters will show Robert Lepage's production of "Das Rheingold" at 6:30 p.m...The series continues with "Die Walkure" on May 14, "Siegfried" on May 16 and "Gotterdammerung" on May 19.
Let us begin by looking at where we have been, where we currently are, and where I predict we are inevitably going. i Where we have been. Well first off, as I measure and
There has been a fantastic addition to the sports/culture/arts scene in Breckenridge the Metropolitan Opera in live HD broadcast at the very charming Finkel auditorium at Colorado Mountain College. Last Saturday's performance was the six-hour Wagner'
Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Deborah Voigt as Brunnhilde in the opera "Gotterdammerung" at the Metropolitan Opera. Gotterdammerung, the final installment in the Metropolitan Opera 's new production of Wagner's Ring cycle, which opened on Friday,
IN burlesque, in popular prejudice and all too often in the opera house, big-gun German opera comes off as a clash of the titans, with the roles of Brunnhilde, Isolde and Elektra constituting the soprano's triple crown. All three have scenes of great
57 p.m Belushi and Arianda in 'Born Yesterday.' Carol Rosegg Near the end of Robert Lepage's production of Wagner's Die Walkure , which opened at the Metropolitan Opera on Friday, there is a moment of arresting visual beauty. The raked stage slowly
A Metropolitan Opera presentation of an opera in one act by Richard Wagner...The show looks every pound of those 45 tons, but its iron mass tilts, levitates and swirls around like a feather. Whether Lepage has any great insight into this masterwork