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Wagner: Tannhäuser

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Müpa: Béla Bartók National Concert Hall1095 Budapest, Komor Marcell u. 1., Budapest, Central Hungary, Hungary
June 14, 17 at 16:00
Festival: Budapest Wagner Opera Festival
Ádám FischerConductor
Matthias OldagDirector
Thomas GruberSet Designer, Costume Designer
Stephen GouldTenorTannhäuser
Tünde SzabókiSopranoElisabeth
Sophie KochMezzo-sopranoVenus
Markus EicheBaritoneWolfram von Eschenbach
Tivadar KissTenorHeinrich der Schreiber
Tibor SzappanosTenorWalther von der Vogelweide
Gábor BretzBassLandgraf Hermann
Jürgen LinnBassBiterolf
Ferenc CserhalmiBassReinmar von Zweter
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra
Hungarian State Opera ChorusChoir
Honvéd Male Choir

Budapest Studio Choir
Sylvie GáborRevival Director

The chief sustaining element of Wagner's operas is tension. This is the electric field created in each of his works, attracting those who are receptive to it like a magnet. Tension - clashing with principles, as high-level art tends to do - was already present in the early "German Romantic operas”, including Tannhäuser.

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