Ring Festival: The Challenges of Singing Wagner

Ring Festival: The Challenges of Singing Wagner

Wagnerian singers Linda Watson (soprano, Brünnhilde) and John Treleaven (tenor, Siegfried) discuss the joys and difficulties of singing the composer’s works and the unique technical equipment singers require to make it through an entire opera and still live to sing another day. Discussion moderated by UCLA music professor Mitchell Morris.

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