Grange Park Opera - Die Walküre Reviews
15 April 2021
Bryan Register (Siegmund)
Thomas Hall (Wotan), Valkyries
Bryan Register (Siegmund), Claire Rutter (Sieglinde), Jane Dutton (Brünnhilde)
Thomas Hall (Wotan), Jane Dutton (Brünnhilde)
Thomas Hall (Wotan), Jane Dutton (Brünnhilde)

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Die Walküre

Grange Park Opera


No. of reviews: 13

The amazing new Grange Park Opera has produced a largely successful Die Walküre
20 Jul 17 / The Spectator
From a quiet start Jane Dutton’s strong Brünnhilde developed wonderfully sympathetic resilience
12 Jul 17 / Mark Ronan's Theatre Reviews
Prussian militarism and strong personenregie make for an engrossing new production
10 Jul 17 / Planet Hugill
Stephen Barlow captures the urgency and passion of Wagner's extraordinary score
9 Jul 17 / Express
Grange Park Opera displays its compelling Die Walküre in its new West Horsley home
4 Jul 17 / Seen and Heard
What is the Pitt Rivers Museum doing in Valhalla?
4 Jul 17 / Music OMH
In need of more energy
3 Jul 17 / The Stage
This staging is set amid the display cases of an ancient museum with the Valkyries kitted out as Prussian officers
3 Jul 17 / The Times
Grange Park Opera triumphs in the second part of Wagner's Ring cycle
3 Jul 17 / What's on Stage
The setting is contrived but Wagner’s characters come across as living, believable people
3 Jul 17 / Financial Times (via Google)
Very much a director’s staging, but one that Medcalf has applied with great imagination
1 Jul 17 / Classical Source
Museum piece? Stephen Medcalf offers an intriguing Walküre at Grange Park Opera
30 Jun 17 / Bachtrack
Wagner’s epic shines in compelling staging with strong cast
30 Jun 17 / The Arts Desk
Production details
Cast
Register, Rutter, Ewing, Dutton, Hall, Fulgoni
(c) Barlow (d) Medcalf
Performance dates
25, 29 June, 1, 5, 9, 12, 15 July 2017
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