Tomorrow at 8.30 pm meeting-show with singer and director Alfonso Antoniozzi. “But was she really his aunt? The tetralogy as you’ve never been told about it’ is the first in a series of events ahead of the premiere of the Götterdämmerung.

A meeting-show at the Teatro Massimo in view of the Götterdämmerung, the last part of Wagner’s Ring that, directed by Graham Vick, will open the theatre’s new season on 28 January. Tomorrow, Saturday 16 January at 8.30 p.m., at the Sala Onu, baritone and director Alfonso Antoniozzi presents “Ma davvero era sua zia? The tetralogy as they never told you” (admission 5 euros). A semi-serious account of the great Nibelungen saga to which Wagner devoted years and years of his life. Friedrick Suckel at the piano. The appointment is the first in a series of events around the opera that concludes the Wagnerian cycle entirely produced by the Teatro Massimo. On Sunday 17th at 4.30 p.m., in the Sala Onu, presentation and screening of Luchino Visconti’s “La caduta degli dei”, curated by Salvatore Aiello and in collaboration with the Associazione Amici della lirica Ester Mazzoleni. On Wednesday 21 at 6 pm, in the Sala Onu, the presentation of Götterdämmerung by Pietro Misuraca, organised by the Associazione Amici del Teatro Massimo. Then on the following three days, the screening of the first three parts of the Ring, at 5pm: Thursday 22nd Das Rheingold, Friday 23rd Die Walküre, Friday 24th Siegfried . Finally, on Sunday 26th, at 5 p.m., in the Sala Florio of Palazzo De Seta, presentation of Götterdämmerung, ‘The thickened shadows in the vivid colours that open the abysses to redemption’ by Salvatore Aiello, for the association Amici della lirica Ester Mazzoleni.