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Maestro Chung’s Wagner

2014.09.26 (FRI) 08: 00 pm Concert Hall, Seoul Arts Center

    KRW 120,000(R) 90,000(S) 60,000(A) 30,000(B) 10,000(C)

vocalist- Christopher Maltman

conductor- Myung-Whun Chung

※ Artists, program, date and venue are subject to change.

Closed Bookmark Pre-concert Lectures

About the Concert
Myung-Whun Chung, conductor

Christopher Maltman, baritone
Julian Kim, baritone
Daniel Kirch, tenor
Sungwon Jin, tenor
Matthias Wohlbrecht, tenor
Yuri Vorobiev, bass
Alexander Tsymbalyuk, bass
Nathan Berg, bass-baritone
Michelle DeYoung, mezzo-soprano
Catherine Wyn-Rogers, mezzo-soprano
Song-mi Yang, mezzo-soprano
Malin Christensson, soprano
Se-Young Park, soprano

Wagner, Das Rheingold (concert performance)

In 2014, Maestro Chung and the Seoul Philharmonic begin an epic journey: Wagner's Ring of the Nibelungen. The first opera, Das Rheingold, sets the stage for this legend of a golden ring that brings great power but at a terrible price. The shortest and perhaps most accessible of the Ring operas, Das Rheingold starts with a pure world of water and  shimmering gold. It all ends, three operas later, with the destruction of the world - a cleansing perhaps and as we see in some productions, a new beginning. Maestro Chung led the Seoul Philharmonic in a sold out critically lauded
performance of Tristan and Isolde in 2012. This will be his first Ring Cycle anywhere in the world.

Ticket : +82-2-1588-1210

※ This concert lasts for about 2 and a half hours without any admittance or intermission.  
     After the concert begins, there is NO admittance allowed. Please be sure to arrive early enough.

For English ticket reservations, please contact Gerard of SPO at (+82)02-3700-6363 or
Featured Artists
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    vocalistChristopher Maltman


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    conductorMyung-Whun Chung

    Myung-Whun Chung began his musical career as a pianist, making his debut with the Seoul Philharmonic at the age of seven. In 1974 he won the second prize at the Tchaikovsky piano competition in Moscow. After his musical studies at the Mannes School and at the Juilliard School in New York, he became Carlo Maria Giulini’s assista...

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