GERMANY, BERLIN, BERLIN – March 10, 2020: The Deutsche Oper Berlin’s staging of Danish composer Rued Langgaard’s rarely-seen magnum opus: “Antikrist,” a 1923 opera based on the Book of Revelations. Ersan Mondtag, a visionary young Berlin-based director, directs the March premiere.
Here: Conductor Stephan Zilias. The drawing in the background is an artwork by the American artist Christine Sun Kim as part of an exposition inside the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
CREDIT: Gordon Welters for The New York Times For a story by Adam J. Goldmann.
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