Royal Opera House debut for Nadine Livingston
Scottish soprano Nadine Livingston has made her Royal Opera House debut singing the role of Woglinde in the company’s hotly anticipated revival of Wagner’s epic music drama Der Ring die Nibelungen. Performing alongside a cast of world class singers which includes Bryn Terfel, Sarah Connolly and Sir John Tomlinson, Nadine appears in all four runs of the cycle which comes to a climactic finale on Friday 2 November with Götterdämmerung.
Nadine will return to Covent Garden later this season to perform the roles of Second Innocent in Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s The Minotaur and Lady in Waiting in a new production by Richard Jones of Benjamin Britten’s Gloriana, which will mark three important anniversaries, namely 60 years since the Queen’s Coronation, 60 years since the opera’s premiere at the Royal Opera House, and the centenary of Britten’s birth.
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