Wagner: Die Walküre
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The second evening in the Ring of the Nibelung tetralogy will treat those present to the most popular of the four operas: Die Walküre captivates the listener with such deservedly beloved opera hits as Siegmund's Spring Song in Act 1 and, in Act 3, the Ride of the Valkyries, Wotan's Farewell and the Magic Fire Music. The plot unfolds with extraordinary power, drawing the audience into the passions of the characters with inexorable force. One thing is certain - no one could possibly be indifferent to the fate of the doomed lovers Siegmund and Sieglinde.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
You may purchase tickets online and in person for this performance using a Müpa Budapest gift voucher or by debiting the leisure allowance on OTP, K&H or MKB SZÉP cards.
If you purchase the tickets in person, then we also accept Edenred Gift Vouchers, and Edenred gift cards (Benefit and Family cards) as well as the culture subaccount allowance on OTP Cafeteria cards.
The Müpa Budapest underground garage gates will be operated by an automatic number plate recognition system. Parking is free of charge for visitors with tickets to any of our paid performances on that given day. The detailed parking policy of Müpa Budapest is available here.
Safe ticket purchase
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Artistic director and conductor:
WotanTomasz Konieczny (06.10.), Egils Silins (06.17.)
BrünnhildeIréne Theorin (06.10.), Catherine Foster (06.17.)
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
First assistant directorEtelka Polgár