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The Berlin State Opera begins the season with the Wagner Marathon

The Berlin Unter den Linden Opera House is calling the upcoming season 2022/23 “Overloss” – so it will start without limits. General Director of Music Daniel Barenboim will open the season on October 2 with Richard Wagner’s “Ringold” in production by Dmitri Cherngakow – followed by the other three parts of “Ring des Nibelungen” through October 9.

Russian director Chernyakov already recognized Wagner’s “Flying Dutchman” in Bayreuth last year. Barenboim and Cherngjaku also acquired Wagner’s joint experience and already knew “Parsifal” and “Tristan und Isolde”. So you’re well prepared for the next round, totaling roughly 16 hours of “ring” on stage in one week.

“Das Rheingold” on October 2 is followed by “Valkyrie” (third place), “Siegfried” (sixth place) and finally “Götterdämmerung” (ninth place). Among the first roles is Rolando Villazon as Loge in “Rheingold”.

Aside from Wagner, Barenboim will also manage Samson and Delilah for Camille Saint-Saens, Carmen Georges Bizet and – for the first time – Don Carlo for Giuseppe Verdi. This opera will also be broadcast live on the neighboring Bebelplatz during the traditional “State Opera for All” event.

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