APOCALYPTICA To Take Part In 'Wagner Reloaded' Event

November 22, 2012

Berlin-based choreographer Gregor Seyffert has initiated an extraordinary crossover event in celebration of the 200th birthday of the famous German composer Richard Wagner. The project, featuring the Finnish cello rockers APOCALYPTICA, the symphony orchestra of German broadcasting network MDR with its chief conductor Kristjan Järvi, the theater ensemble Titanick, and the Jugend Berlin Ballet, highlights Richard Wagner's life in 100 minutes. It will offer historical scenes, as well as Wagner's timeless compositions and some of the great music it has inspired.

The world premiere of this rich blend of dance performances, circus and theater arts, audiovisual experiences, and a unique live concert is scheduled for July 2013 at the Arena Leipzig.

Wagner Reloaded offers yet another exciting aspect of APOCALYPTICA's success in connecting classical music with rock and metal all over the globe.

If you want to witness this exceptional night, now is the best time to act. Go to this location for more information.

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