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Herheim Walküre at Deutsche Oper

Stefan Herheim's production of Die Walküre premieres 27 September 2020.

Conductor Donald Runnicles
Director + set designs Stefan Herheim
Co set designs Silke Bauer

Siegmund Brandon Jovanovich
Hunding Tobias Kehrer
Wotan John Lundgren
Sieglinde Lise Davidsen
Fricka Annika Schlicht
Brünnhilde Nina Stemme


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