Parsifal ... And Sound became Space

Interview with Philippe Jordan

By Marion Mirande 30 March 2018

© Philippe Gontier / OnP

Created at the Bayreuth Festival in 1882, Parsifal is Richard Wagner's last opera. A sacred work that projects the viewer into the most mysterious and hypnotic musical time and space. Drawing on his experience in the Bayreuth orchestra pit where he conducted Parsifal in 2012, Philippe Jordan sheds light on the opera running at the Opéra Bastille from April 27 to May 23.

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