19.08.2020 16:00 Stream has expired Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Philippe Jordan, Barrie Kosky) (+Artist Commentary) See Our Upcoming Concerts The high-point of the 2017 Bayreuth Festival: Barrie Kosky’s “astonishingly entertaining and convincing” (Der Spiegel) new Meistersinger is “a triumph” (Berliner Morgenpost): “a production of enormous insight and great quality … that plumbs the depths of both the opera and its composer” (Opera News). The “exquisite” cast (Die Zeit) is headed by Michael Volle’s “eloquent” Hans Sachs (New York Times). Philippe Jordan’s supple conducting is moulded around Kosky’s staging … and the Bayreuth orchestra and chorus are superb” (The Guardian). Artist commentary by Philippe Jordan, Barrie Kosky and Michael Volle at the beginning of the stream. Music Director: Philippe Jordan Stage Director: Barrie Kosky Stage Design: Rebecca Ringst Costumes: Klaus Bruns Lighting: Franck Evin Video: Regine Freise Video Director: Michael Beyer Hans Sachs (cobbler): Michael Volle Veit Pogner (goldsmith): Günther Groissböck Kunz Vogelgesang (furrier): Tansel Akzeybek Konrad Nachtigal (tinsmith): Armin Kolarczyk Sixtus Beckmesser (town clerk): Johannes Martin Kränzle Fritz Kothner (baker): Daniel Schmutzhard Balthasar Zorn (pewterer): Paul Kaufmann Ulrich Eisslinger (grocer): Christopher Kaplan Augustin Moser (tailor): Stefan Heibach Hermann Ortel (soapmaker): Raimund Nolte Hans Schwarz (stocking weaver): Andreas Hörl Hans Foltz (coppersmith): Timo Riihonen Walther von Stolzing (a young knight from Franconia): Klaus Florian Vogt David (Sachs’s apprentice): Daniel Behle Eva (Pogner’s daughter): Anne Schwanewilms Together with the festival management, the Friends of Bayreuth have set up an emergency fund for artists of the Bayreuth Festival. Artists and performers who are in need as a result of the Corona pandemic are to be supported by this fund. Income generated from the sale of these DG Stage-Bayreuth Festival tickets will also benefit this fund.