Sunday 18. Nov. 2018, 4.00 pm - 9.00 pm | Großes Haus
The third part of Hamburg’s “Ring des Nibelungen”, directed by Claus Guth. The second day in Wagner’s great tetralogy tells of the young hero Siegfried. He alone is predestined to kill Fafner and retrieve the ring from its cave. When he actually manages this feat, he also kills his stepfather Mime, who had planned to take advantage of him, and sets out to liberate Brünnhilde, Wotan’s daughter…
“Siegfried” is the third part of “Der Ring des Nibelungen”. In Wotan’s model of the world, Siegfried now becomes a pawn. The “most noble hero” forges the sword, kills the dragon and awakens Brünnhilde – but he remains ignorant of his true fate. The successful duo of Claus Guth and Christian Schmidt stages “Siegfried”.
Director: Claus Guth
Sets and Costumes: Christian Schmidt
Lighting: Michael Bauer
Dramaturgy: Hella Bartnig
Two Breaks of 30 minutes after the first and the second act
In German with German surtitles
The Zeit Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius and the Foundation for the Support of the Hamburg State Opera are main supporters of the production.
Venue: Großes Haus, Dammtorstraße 28, 20354 Hamburg
Prices: 7,00 EUR to 119,00 EUR