When developing Seattle Opera’s latest production of Tristan und Isolde, director Peter Kazaras remembered a conversation he had with Leonard Bernstein in 1971. They had just seen the Günther Schneider-Siemssen and August Everding production at New York’s Metropolitan Opera. He and Bernstein discussed that “written into the fabric of this piece is uncertainty, upset-ness, yearning, constitutional ill-at-ease-ness.” For the new production, Kazaras, along with set and costume designer ...
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