Wagner in its purest form

Andreas Schager interprets Parsifal

By Marion Mirande 25 April 2018

Richard Wagner harbored the fantasy of a social and artistic revolution brought about by a pure, new man. Such is Parsifal, a character from out of the blue who, in the opera that bears his name, embodies hope in the Brotherhood of the Grail which has fallen into total decline. A major artist of our time and a true Wagnerian tenor, Andreas Schager discusses the role he has already sung in Berlin and at the Bayreuth Festival: a role he masters perfectly.   

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