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Stutzmann conducts Wagner’s Ring without Words

Jan 16 - Jan 19
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On the heels of her tremendous success at the Bayreuth Festival, Nathalie Stutzmann — one of today’s leading Wagner interpreters — conducts this wordless distillation of The Ring Cycle. Lorin Maazel (who later served as Music Director of the NY Phil) produced this 75-minute version of orchestral music from Wagner’s great epic — all in the original order and without adding a single note of his own.  

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Location

Wu Tsai Theater, David Geffen Hall

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Program

Wagner / Arr. Maazel

The Ring Without Words

Artists

Nathalie Stutzmann Conductor

Nathalie Stutzmann is the music director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra — marking her as the second woman in history to lead a major American orchestra — and principal guest conductor of The Philadelphia Orchestra. She made her Bayreuth Festival debut  in 2023 with Wagner’s Tannhäuser, and in the 2022–23 season made her acclaimed debut at The Metropolitan Opera with productions of Mozart’s The Magic Flute and Don Giovanni.

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SPECIAL THANKS

The January 16 performance is supported by a generous bequest from Edna Mae and Leroy Fadem, loyal subscribers from 1977-2023.