The Metropolitan Opera will broadcast four operas that constitute The Ring of the Nibelung by Wagner, directed by Robert Lepage. These broadcasts free of charge are part of the operas put online on a daily basis by the opera house of New York.
The Met has chosen to devote the next week to the works of Wagner. The operas are presented every evening from 19: 30 and they are online for 20 hours on the service is Operated on Demand.
The Ring of the Nibelung, directed by the creator of quebec, will begin on Tuesday with the Gold of The Rhine (Das Rheingold). Die Walküre (Wednesday), Siegfried (Thursday) and The Twilight of the gods (Friday) will follow.
The soloists Stephanie Blythe (mezzo-soprano), Wendy Bryn Harmer (soprano), Jonas Kaufmann (tenor), Gerhard Siegel (tenor), Bryn Terfel (bass-baritone) and Deborah Voigt (soprano) are part of the distribution.
These four operas have been presented at the Met and broadcast in cinemas in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
The operas Tristan and Isolde (Monday), The Master singers of Nuremberg (march 28) and Tannhäuser (march 29) will complete this week’s theme is dedicated to the great German composer.