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Munich Opera Festival 2012 – The Party for Opera Lovers

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In every summer, Germany is always offering many events and festivals especially in Munich. One of the festivals to be held in Munich is The Munich Opera Festival 2012.

munich opera festivalMünchner Opern-Festspiele or The Munich Opera Festival, is a festival for opera settled in Munich, Germany and showed yearly at the Munich National Theatre by the Bavarian State Opera. It exhibits numerous opera festivals across the year.

Founded in 1875, the festival happens yearly in the Bavarian capital starting late of June to late of July. Prefacing the two nearby fetes of Bayreuth and Salzburg, Munich Opera Festival closes the primary season of the Bavarian State Opera using premieres of latest stage productions. Happening in the splendour Bavarian architecture including the Nationaltheater and the Prinzregententheater, house programme includes opera, chamber music, and chorale.

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Munich Opera Festival 2012 also features a immense programme of opera and ballet shows. A regular spotlight for many people is Opera For All, a free show held open air on Max-Joseph-Platz square. With pliable timings of the festival, the price of the tickets varies too. The mega Opera upshot displays the performances by famous artists such as Mozart, Beethoven, Strauss, Cavalli, Verdi and several others.

With more than 80,000 viewers, the Opera Festival enraptures music fans from allover the world. The fete not only belongs of operas and ballets but many premieres and a list of another musical offers too. The Opera Festival at Munich is the hub for the various musical shows together with a mix of art and culture.

In the Munich Opera Festival 2012, you will see latest output of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung below Kent Nagano’s baton, boasting artists such as Iain Peterson and Stephen Gould. Medea in Corinto by Giovanni Simone Mayr will be demonstrated under Ivor Bolton’s conducting, boasting soloists Alastair Miles and Nadja Michael. The highlight will also be on Das Rheingold, Die Walklure and Siegfried of Wagner.