Wagner in Leipzig: All thirteen operas in the composer’s birthplace

19–27 June, 29 June–4 July & 6–11 July 2022

In the summer of 2022, the eyes of the musical world will be on the Oper Leipzig: in Richard Wagner’s birthplace, all thirteen of the composer’s operas will be performed in the order in which they were written (though with the four parts of the Ring cycle given in a continuous sequence). We have packaged the festival into three tours which can be booked individually or in combination. There are talks on the operas by Barry Millington, chief music critic for London’s Evening Standard and editor of The Wagner Journal, and guided walks with local guides to explore the architecture and museums of this historic and lively city.

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The Rise and Fall of Valhalla: Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen A five-part series starting on 4 May 2021

Barry Millington examines the creation of the tetralogy from its inception in the revolutionary year of 1848 to its triumphant premiere at Bayreuth in 1876. Lasting an hour, all sessions are streamed on Tuesdays at 4.30pm (UK time). Subscription for the series is £60. Register now on our website or call us for more information.