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CANCELLED: 1. Knappen / Klingsors Zaubermädchen in Parsifal

March 29, 2021 @ 5:00 pm

A „Bühnenweihfestspiel“ in three acts – 1882

Composer + Libretto: Richard Wagner
In German with English and German surtitles

Musikalische Leitung (Conductor): Franz Welser-Möst
Inszenierung (Director): Pierre Audi

Amfortas: Simon Keenlyside
Titurel: Bálint Szabó
Gurnemanz: Günther Groissböck
Parsifal: Brandon Jovanovich
Klingsor: Derek Welton
Kundry: Anja Kampe
Erster Gralsritter: Kevin Conners
Zweiter Gralsritter: Christian Valle
Stimme aus der Höhe: Corinna Scheurle
Erster Knappe: Emily Pogorelc
Zweiter Knappe: Yajie Zhang
Dritter Knappe: Caspar Singh
Vierter Knappe: Dean Power
Zaubermädchen: Emily Pogorelc, Mirjam Mesak, Daria Proszek, Eliza Boom, Corinna Scheurle, Yajie Zhang

Bayerisches Staatsorchester
Children’s chorus of the Bayerische Staatsoper


About Parsifal:

Neither balsam, nor medicinal herbs can provide relief to the wounded and ailing Amfortas, ruler of the Grail kingdom. His path to recovery proves to be a complex one. No member of the Grail community can reclaim the spear which inflicted the wound, but only an outsider, a “pure fool”, enlightened by compassion. Only by the tip of this spear touching Amfortas’s wound can he be healed. On his journey of self-discovery, towards his destiny as chosen deliverer, Parsifal is accompanied, not only by the skilful Grail Knight Gurnemanz, but also by the enigmatic and seductive Kundry, who opens his eyes to sensuality and extrasensory experience.

Parsifal, a „Bühnenweihfestspiel“ („A Stage Inauguration Festival Play“), was first performed in Bayreuth in 1882. Richard Wagner’s final musical drama addresses wounds which fester both within individuals, as well as in society as a whole, before proffering miracle remedies with the ability to ease the pain.latest Running Sneakers | Nike


March 29, 2021
5:00 pm
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Bayerische Staatsoper Nationaltheater
Max-Joseph-Platz 2
München, D-80539 Germany
+49.(0)89.21 85 01


Bayerische Staatsoper
+49.(0)89.21 85 01