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Venue: Musiktheater am Volksgarten, Linz

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AddressAm Volksgarten 1
4020 Linz
Upper Austria
Austria
ContainsBlackBox
Großer Saal
Google maps48° 17' 40.794" N 14° 17' 35.174" E
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LinzUnter dem GletscherWorld premiere

Obst: Unter dem Gletscher
Leslie Suganandarajah; Hermann Schneider; Landestheater Linz; Falko Herold; Florence Losseau; Dominik Nekel

LinzParsifalNew production

Wagner: Parsifal
Markus Poschner; Stephan Suschke; Landestheater Linz; Momme Röhrbein; Angelika Rieck; Katherine Lerner; Heiko Börner
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Tristan und Isolde arrives in Linz from Bayreuth

Heiko Börner (Tristan) and Annemarie Kremer (Isolde) © Reinhard Winkler
25 years after its creation in Bayreuth, Director Heiner Müller's legendary production of Tristan und Isolde was recreated and presented in Linz with committed performers with great success.
****1
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Hindemith's Die Harmonie der Welt in Linz

Seho Chang (Kepler) © Thilo Beu
Hindemith's opera, based on the life and theories of Johannes Kepler, is impressively realised by the Landestheater
****1
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Terra Nova larger than life at the Landestheater Linz

Michael Wagner (Titov) © Ursula Kaufmann
I can certainly attest that this was the closest I have ever felt to watching a 3-D thriller in Dolby Surround Sound whilst at the opera.
****1
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Bolcolm’s McTeague enjoys a gilded European première in Linz

Bolcom’s McTeague, a two-act opera based on the 1899 novel McTeague: A Story of San Francisco by Frank Norris, is warmly received at its European première with the Landtheater Linz. 
****1
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Carefully calculated, deliberately executed

Robert Wilson's new production of La traviata in Linz succeeds in communicating the emotional depth of Verdi's tragedy despite his stylized minimalism.
***11
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Götterdammerung or The Ring returns to the Rhine

With Götterdämmerung the Linz Ring came to a controversial conclusion with a graphic depiction of Siegfried violently raping a defenceless Brünnhilde, and Hagen entertaining his father Alberich, and his mother.
***11
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The Linz Ring: Siegfried or Whither Wotan?

Rewarding performances by Matthäus Schmidlechner as Mime and Lars Cleveman in the title role, plus Elena Nebera as Brünnhilde, made Richard Wagner’s Siegfried at the Landestheater Linz a joy.
***11
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Die Walküre or Wotan’s double dilemma

Some beautiful singing from Michael Bedjai as Siegmund and Brit-Tone Müller as Sieglinde set a high standard in this Landestheater Linz production of Richard Wagner’s Die Walküre.
*****
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