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With 2019 seeing the return of Der Ring des Nibelungen to the Budapest Wagner Days, fans of the tetralogy will once again get to see their favourite performers, but this time with completely transformed choreographies and stage action, as well as 16 hours of never-seen-before video footage projected on the set and backdrop. The work of the creative team for each production will be supported by the addition of a new dramaturg.
Siegfried, the third piece of the tetralogy, has the greatest element of playfulness and humour and the strongest fairy-tale quality. As if everything that turns out for the worse and presages catastrophe later in Götterdämmerung is still gazing amiably at the audience. The hero without fear, the paradigm of German mythology, sets off on his path in life with unsuspecting good cheer, slays the dragon and finds his mate.
In the title role will be German tenor and triumphant Bayreuth veteran Stefan Vinke, who made his début at the Budapest Wagner Days in 2015 as Siegmund in Die Walküre.
A music drama in three acts (Updated version of the renowned production, in German, with surtitles projected in Hungarian and German).
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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Artistic director, conductor:
The wanderer (Wotan)Tomasz Konieczny
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Set designer, directorHartmut Schörghofer
DramaturgChristian Martin Fuchs †, Dr. Christian Baier
Costume and puppet designerCorinna Crome
head of lightingMáté Vajda
videoSzupermodern Filmstúdió Budapest
Revival directorEtelka Polgár
Assistant to the choreographerDóra Asztalos
Musical assistantsLászló Bartal