Siegmund and Sieglinde find themselves drawn together during a storm. Unbeknown to them their father is Wotan, chief of the gods, who through Siegmund hopes to retrieve a ring of ultimate power.
Following Longborough’s acclaimed Das Rheingold, Wagner’s epic tale of Der Ring des Nibelungen continues with Die Walküre, conducted by Longborough’s Music Director Anthony Negus and directed by Amy Lane.
Die Walküre took place in our theatre in 2021. Due to COVID-19 restrictions this work was presented in a new concert production, with a reduced orchestration by Francis Griffin.
JUDGING BY THIS OPENING RHEINGOLD, IT IS CERTAINLY GOING TO BE A RING TO TRAVEL MILES TO HEAR Opera Now ★★★★★
Be part of the Longborough Ring: join like-minded enthusiasts who will be actively involved in this remarkable project. As well as benefiting from priority booking, witness the production process behind the scenes, attend exclusive events and enjoy a unique perspective, as you join us on the journey to 2024.
To find out how you can help, contact Gill Powell, Membership & Legacy Manager: email@example.com or call 01451 830292.
ANTHONY NEGUS’S MASTERY OF THE ORCHESTRA WAS REVELATORY, ENSURING THAT THE MOMENTUM OF THE WORK NEVER FALTERED FOR A MOMENTTelegraph
* all timings are approximate