Teatro Real: Wagner: Das Liebesverbot
Das Liebesverbot is one of Wagner‘s earliest operas - and yet, a central motif of many other works such as Tristan and Isolde is already clearly visible: The overpowering force of love and lust, that no law - manmade or otherwise - can tame. In this new co-production of the Teatro Real Madrid, the Royal Opera House Covent Garden of London and the Teatro Colón of Buenos Aires, we watch Isabella as she strives to free her brother from a cruel death penalty and the city of Palermo from the puritanical, joy-forsaking rule of a German bureaucrat.
- Theatre Company
- Teatro Real Madrid
- Parental rating
- Parental rating information not available.
- 165 min
- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Stage Director
- Kasper Holten
- Teatro Real Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid
- Musical director
- Ivor Bolton
- Christopher Maltman, Peter Lodahl, Ilker Arcayürek, David Alegret, David Jerusalem, Manuela Uhl, Mario Miró, María Hinojosa
- Teatro Real - Madrid - Spain
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