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Welsh National Opera:
Der Rosenkavalier

Richard Strauss
03 Jun - 17 Jun 2017

Tickets: £7 - £43 (£8.50 - £44.50*)

Running time: Approximately 4 hours with 2 intervals

Age Guidance: No unders 2s

*These prices include a booking fee of £1.50 per ticket which is the maximum you will pay (just £1 when booked online). Full details about fees are available here

4, 10 & 17 June 2017

The Marschallin comes to terms with the onward passage of time as her young lover falls for another. Richard Strauss's sumptuous opera offers comedy and poignant drama in equal measure.
 
Any production of Der Rosenkavalier is an occasion. And as we haven't performed it for over fifteen years we can't wait to get working on this touching and beautiful comedy-drama. Our genuine excitement is heightened by the fact that this production will see Rebecca Evans's debut in the iconic role of the Marschallin.

Conductor Tomáš Hanus
Director Olivia Fuchs
Designer Niki Turner

The Marschallin Rebecca Evans
Baron Ochs of Lerchenau Brindley Sherratt
Octavian Lucia Cervoni
Sophie Louise Alder
Von Faninal Adrian Clarke
Italian Singer Paul Charles Clarke
Annina Madeleine Shaw

Sung in German with surtitles in English and Welsh.

Co-production with Theater Magdeburg.

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4 June 2pm, 10 & 17 June 5pm

 

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 Groups 10+ £4 OFF | Groups 20+ £5 OFF

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability, excludes top price seats.

 

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability.

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4 June 2pm, 10 & 17 June 5pm

 

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 Groups 10+ £4 OFF | Groups 20+ £5 OFF

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1 FREE organiser ticket when booking for 20+.

 

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability, excludes top price seats.

 

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability.

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extra-whiteFree pre-performance talks

4 June 2pm, 10 & 17 June 5pm

 

groups-whiteGroup Offers

 Groups 10+ £4 OFF | Groups 20+ £5 OFF

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1 FREE organiser ticket when booking for 20+.

 

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability, excludes top price seats.

 

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£5 (£6.50*) tickets. Subject to allocations and availability.

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Time
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Sun 04 Jun
3:00PM £7.00 - £43.00  
 
Sat 10 Jun
6:00PM £7.00 - £43.00  
 
Sat 17 Jun
6:00PM £7.00 - £43.00  
 
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