Der Ring des Nibelungen: Götterdämmerung
The final opera of the Ring cycle tells the story of how the ring and its curse brings the downfall of the Gods and a tragic and to the love of Siegfried and Brünnhilde. As Brünnhilde's death becomes an act of redemption for the gods and for all living creatures, a new dawn of hope is ushered in. "It is verly likely that in the near future the Stuttgart Ring, conceived by Klaus Zehelein will be remembered as a Wagnerian watershed as much as Wieland Wagner's in the 1950s." (Opera Magazine)
- Theatre Company
- Staatsoper Stuttgart
- Parental rating
- Parental rating information not available.
- 269 min
- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Stage Director
- Peter Konwitschny
- Werner Hintze, Juliane Votteler
- Staatsorchester Stuttgart
- Richard Wagner
- Lothar Zagrosek
- Albert Bonnema, Roland Bracht, Hernan Iturralde, Franz-Josef Kapellmann, Luana DeVol, Eva-Maria Westbroek
- Staatsoper Stuttgart - Germany
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