Festival de Bayreuth: Wagner entre tradition et politique

Nicolas Blanmont, envoyé spécial à Bayreuth
ATTENTION: EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION UNTIL 25 JULY 16:00 GMT! - HANDOUT - July 2018, Germany, Bayreuth: 'Lohengrin', Piotr Beczala as Lohengrin. The stage was designed by artist duo Neo Rauch and Rosa Loy. The Bayreuth Festival starts on 25 July 2018 with the performance of the new production of the Richard Wagner opera 'Lohengrin'. Photo: Enrico Nawrath/Festspiele Bayreuth/dpa - ATTENTION: online use only with maximum size of 1000x1000 pixels - Honorary-free usage only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full Reporters / DPA
ATTENTION: EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION UNTIL 25 JULY 16:00 GMT! - HANDOUT - July 2018, Germany, Bayreuth: 'Lohengrin', Piotr Beczala as Lohengrin. The stage was designed by artist duo Neo Rauch and Rosa Loy. The Bayreuth Festival starts on 25 July 2018 with the performance of the new production of the Richard Wagner opera 'Lohengrin'. Photo: Enrico Nawrath/Festspiele Bayreuth/dpa - ATTENTION: online use only with maximum size of 1000x1000 pixels - Honorary-free usage only if the credit mentioned above is referenced in full Reporters / DPA ©Reporters / DPA
Un "Lohengrin" onirique et des "Maîtres-chanteurs" caustiques : le festival wagnérien tente la synthèse des courants.

Cet été, le parc de la colline verte de Bayreuth est planté de grandes pierres plates verticales : chacune évoque le destin d’un artiste qui a œuvré au festival dans les années 20 ou 30 et dont la

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