Richard Wagner

Parsifal: Kaufmann

Парсифаль: Кауфман

Russian stage director Kirill Serebrennikov’s fearlessness, which one can almost physically feel in his productions, fascinates some as much as it confuses others. His radical reading of Wagner’s last magnificent opera at Wiener Staatsoper considers Parsifal as an opera of liberation, namely as a liberation from oneself through the realisation that the path to freedom can only be tackled by oneself.




4 hours 26 minutes with two intermissions

Act 1

103 min


10 min

Act 2

70 min


10 min

Act 3

76 min




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