Operacursus Wagner en zijn laatste drie opera’s
Thu 1 Oct ’2019:45 - 23:00Kameleon
Richard Wagner was without a doubt the greatest theater reformer of the 19th century and left a mark on the entire cultural history of the following century. Besides being a composer of twelve operas, he was a lyricist, essayist, conductor and theater director. Music, text and the visual image form a unity for him. This versatile person, his eventful life, but especially his last three operas (Tristan und Isolde, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Parsifal) stand central in this course. These musical dramas are introduced to you using numerous sound and image clips.
- Also on: October 8 & 22 and November 12 (reserve date: November 19)
- Safe at the theater: view the Corona measures for a safe and responsible theater visit.
- In connection with the Corona measures, we work with an adapted hall layout. The hall is divided into sets of two seats placed together, with a distance of 1.5 meters from other available seats. Purchasing more than two tickets is possible, but note that you will not be able to sit together as a group.