Bühnenweihfestspiel in three acts, in German, with Hungarian, English and German subtitles
Information on standing places for sold-out performances
If all seats are sold out for the selceted time, 64 standing seats at reasonable prices for the 3rd floor balcony become available 2 hours before the start of the performance. Tickets can be purchased at the Opera House ticket office and online. Please note there is limited view from the side seats and the standing places, but the performance can be followed on screens.
In Parsifal, his final music drama, Wagner embeds fear of the temptations of the world and sinful desires into a tale of redemption. The work is indeed a festival play for the stage rather than an opera. Many viewers – perhaps out of their own fears – criticised Wagner, who wrote both the libretto and the music, for what could be called the piece’s virtue and remarkable complexity, which is the personal tone with which he portrayed a religious theme combining notions of sacred and profane love. Designing the visual world of this new production directed by artistic director András Almási-Tóth will be Sebastian Hannak, who was also behind the look of Porgy and Bess and The Fairy Queen.
Video designer: András Juhász
Conductor: Balázs Kocsár
Christoph Willibald Gluck IPHIGENIE AUF TAURIS Opera in three parts, in German with Hungarian and English surtitles
Richard Wagner PARSIFAL Bühnenweihfestspiel in three acts, in German, with Hungarian, English and German subtitles
Richard Strauss ELEKTRA Opera in one act, in German, with Hungarian and English surtitles
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