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Parsifal

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Deutsche OperBismarckstraße 35, Berlín, Berlin, 10627, Alemania
Mayo 17, 21, 30 a las 17:00
Intérpretes
Deutsche Oper Berlin
Donald RunniclesDirector
Philipp StölzlDirector de escena, Diseño de escena
Conrad Moritz ReinhardtDiseño de escena
Kathi MaurerDiseño de vestuario
Sir Simon KeenlysideBarítonoAmfortas
Derek WeltonBajoKlingsor
Tanja Ariane BaumgartnerMezzosopranoKundry
Klaus Florian VogtTenorParsifal
Günther GroissböckBajoGurnemanz
Andrew HarrisBajoTiturel
Annika SchlichtMezzosopranoA voice from on high, Third Flowermaiden / Second Group
Clemens BieberTenorFirst knight of the Grail
Byung Gil KimBajoSecond knight of the Grail
Alexandra HuttonSopranoFirst squire, Second Flowermaiden / First Group
Karis TuckerMezzosopranoSecond squire
Andrei DanilovDirectorThird squire
Robert WatsonTenorFourth squire
Flurina StuckiSopranoFirst Flowermaiden / First Group
Irene RobertsMezzosopranoThird Flowermaiden / First Group
TBCFirst Flowermaiden / Second Group
Meechot MarreroSopranoSecond Flowermaiden / Second Group
Mara KurotschkaDirector de escena
Ulrich NiepelDiseño de iluminación
Jeremy BinesDirector del coro
Christian LindhorstDirector del coro
Ballet of Deutsche Oper Berlin
Kinderchor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin

Richard Wagner's PARSIFAL tells the story of a "pure-hearted fool", who is unaware of his vocation and true nature. Parsifal is caught between two opposing worlds - the ascetic society of the Knights of the Holy Grail and Klingsor's erotically charged magic garden. There, Parsival attains enlightenment from the kiss of a woman and is able to gain redemption for Amfortas, the suffering Grail king, and the Knights of the Grail. Borrowing freely from a diverse range of sagas, Christian and Buddhist motifs and Schopenhauer's ideas, Richard Wagner created his own mythical tale. Wagner, too, was plagued for decades by a fear of disaster and a constant thirst for redemption. With his PARSIFAL he addressed head-on the question of redemption, both private and social, and conjured his own utopia in the chaste, male world of the Knights of the Grail.

The premiere of Richard Wagner's PARSIFAL, his "Bühnenweihfestspiel" or 'festival drama for the consecration of the stage', represented the climax of festivities to mark the 100th anniversary of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. General Music Director Donald Runnicles teams up with film and opera director Philipp Stölzl, who has twice come up with spectacular and suggestive images for the works of Richard Wagner - in 2009 with THE FLYING DUTCHMAN at the Theater Basel and in 2010 with RIENZI at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

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