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Opera

Mark Elder and the Hallé surpassed any other account of Parsifal that Michael Tanner has heard

31 August 2013

9:00 AM

31 August 2013

9:00 AM

Parsifal

Prom

Paul Bunyan

Welsh National Opera Youth Opera, Cardiff

The Proms season of Wagner operas — pity they didn’t do them all; Die Meistersinger would have been specially welcome, since no one else is doing it either — concluded appropriately with Parsifal, conducted by Sir Mark Elder. The conducting at all these performances has been remarkably good, but in some respects Elder was the most striking of all.

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