Eddie Wade makes Wagner debut: a Gunther “worthy of any international stage”
Eddie Wade has made his Wagner debut with Longborough Festival Opera in a production of Götterdämmerung which has been credited with “offering uniformly excellent singing of an intelligence and musicality too rarely encountered in international houses” (Fiona Maddocks, The Observer).
Eddie Wade proved to be an “outstanding” (Hugh Canning, The Sunday Times) and “strongly defined Gunther” (Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph) whose “stern, yet suitably venal” performance has been hailed as “sharply sung and characterised” (Fiona Maddocks, The Observer) and one “that would grace any international stage” (Jim Pritchard, Seen and Heard).
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