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Misfortune, greed, and fidelity collide in this storm-battered tale of one man's quest for life-saving love. Wagner retells the nautical legend of the fearsome Flying Dutchman, cursed to sail the seas until he finds a woman who will love him until death.
Washington National Opera presents Siegfried, the third of four operas in Wagner's epic Ring cycle.
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- The Wagnerheim Paul Heise’s in-depth analysis of Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung
- Review - 'American Ring' Loses Citizenship Claim The Washington Post Washington, DC (Mar. 25, 2007)
- Related Article - "An Opera Director's Norse American Itinerary" The Washington Post Washington, DC (Mar. 25, 2007)
- Review - "WNO's 'Walkure' Takes Flight" The Washington Post Washington, DC (Mar. 26, 2007)
- Review - "National Opera Molds Wagner's 'Ring' to Fit American Myths" The New York Times - New York City, NY (Mar. 28, 2006)
- Review - "The Kirov's 'Parsifal': Russo-Profundo" The Washington Post - Washington, DC ( Feb. 23, 2006)
- Review - "From NSO, a Wagnerian Class Act" The Washington Post - Washington, DC (Jan. 13, 2006)
- Related Article – "Washington Opera To Give Wagner's 'Ring' a New, American Setting" The Washington, Post Washington, DC ( Jan. 3, 2006)
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Tristan und Isolde
Composer: Richard Wagner
Director: Pierre Jourdan
Conducted by: Karl Bohm
Orchestre National de RTF
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National Symphony Orchestra: Christoph Eschenbach, conductor / Celebrating Wagner at 200: Act III of Parsifal, in concert
10/10/2013 - 10/12/2013
This concert version of the final act from Wagner's epic opera Parsifal--about the quest for the Holy Grail--features tenor Nikolai Schukoff, baritone Thomas Hampson, bass Mikhail Petrenko, and The Washington Chorus.