Wagner for the first time at the home-theatre

After having already stepped into the dramatic German repertory at other opera-houses within recent years, Kristiane Kaiser is now singing an opera-part of this field for the first time at her home-theatre too. Following preceding experiences as Rezia (Oberon), Elisabeth (Tannhäuser) and - with overwhelming success - most recently as Salome, she appears for the first time as Senta in Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman. In line with this production the extremely successful cooperation with the conductor Marc Piollet as already proved with Smetana’s Bartered Bride, Puccini’s La Bohème and recently with Catalani’s La Wally is being continued. In accordance with Wagner’s intention the Vienna Volksoper is presenting The Flying Dutchman in the so-called balled-version which means without intermission. Following her role-debut on March 12 Kristiane Kaiser will also be singing Senta in the performances on March 22 and 29.

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