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Keith Warner with a new Parsifal production in Copenhagen next season

The Royal Danish Opera has announced the 2011/12 programme, featuring a new production of Parsifal by Keith Warner, with Hartmut Haenchen conducting.

Cast includes Stig Fogh Andersen, Stephen Milling and John Lundgren.
March 2012: 22, 26
April 2012: 11, 14, 18, 22
May 2012: 4, 5, 13
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