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The Ring Cycle

Starts: Saturday, 30 October 2021, 12:00 am
Ends: Saturday, 20 November 2021, 12:00 am
They’re bringing a new production of the Ring Cycle to Brisbane in October 2021, exclusive to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Come on an exhilarating adventure with men and maidens, gods and giants, dragons and dwarves. As greed and violence threaten to destroy the heavens and earth, a glimmer of hope rises from an unexpected source. This is Wagner’s Ring Cycle – the pinnacle of opera – a 15-hour epic, performed over four nights. Enjoy a week in sunny Queensland and see a spectacular new production by visionary Chinese director, Shi-Zheng Chen.
Add to Calendar 2021-10-30 12:00 am 2021-11-20 12:00 am The Ring Cycle They’re bringing a new production of the Ring Cycle to Brisbane in October 2021, exclusive to the Queensland Performing Arts Centre. Come on an exhilarating adventure with men and maidens, gods and giants, dragons and dwarves. As greed and violence threaten to destroy the heavens and earth, a glimmer of hope rises from an unexpected source. This is Wagner’s Ring Cycle – the pinnacle of opera – a 15-hour epic, performed over four nights. Enjoy a week in sunny Queensland and see a spectacular new production by visionary Chinese director, Shi-Zheng Chen. Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane , QLD , 4101 , Australia
Grey Street and Melbourne Street, South Brisbane , QLD , 4101 , Australia
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