With this season, the Staatsoper Stuttgart completes the new Ring of the Nibelung under the baton of Cornelius Meister, General Music Director of Staatsorchester Stuttgart. From March 3–12 and April 5–10, 2023, the complete cycle is on show at the opera house.

Cycle in March

Over two weeks in March 2023, the complete Ring of the Nibelung is on show at the opera house.

March 3, 2023; 7 p.m. DAS RHEINGOLD
March 4, 2023; 5 p.m. DIE WALKÜRE
March 10, 2023; 4 p.m. SIEGFRIED
March 12, 2023; 4 p.m. GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG
(times are subject to change)

Cycle on Easter

Over the Easter holidays, the complete cycle is on show within a week. You find information about our hotel partnerships below.

April 5, 2023; 7 p.m. DAS RHEINGOLD
April 6, 2023; 5 p.m. DIE WALKÜRE
April 8, 2023; 4 p.m. SIEGFRIED
April 10, 2023; 4 p.m. GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG
(times are subject to change)
For the time being, tickets for the two cycles of The Ring of the Nibelung in spring 2023 can only be purchased in a package within the price categories 1–4 and with all four performances included, online, by phone and at the box office. Single tickets available will go on sale online, by phone and at the box office with the usual pre-sale booking dates (two months prior to the respective performance).
Das Rheingold
In Short
At the beginning of the Ring stands a radical decision: The Nibelung Alberich renounces love and forges the fateful ring that provides power over everything and everyone. Chief god Wotan bases his order of rule on other means, namely contracts. With the construction of his castle Valhalla, however, he has made a mighty mistake. Stephan Kimmig's production exposes the colportage-like and clownish features of the hunt for the ring.
Staff and Cast
Musical Direction Cornelius Meister
Direction Stephan Kimmig
Stage Design Katja Haß
Costumes Anja Rabes
Lighting Gerrit Jurda
Video Rebecca Riedel
Choreography Bahar Meriҫ
Dramaturgy Miron Hakenbeck

Wotan Goran Jurić
Donner Paweł Konik
Froh Moritz Kallenberg
Loge Matthias Klink
Alberich Robin Adams
Mime Elmar Gilbertsson
Fasolt David Steffens
Fafner Liang Li
Fricka Rachael Wilson
Freia Esther Dierkes
Erda Stine Marie Fischer
Woglinde N.N.
Wellgunde Ida Ränzlöv
Floßhilde Aytaj Shikhalizade
February 25, 2023
March 3 & 14, 2023
April 5, 2023
7 p.m. each (subject to change)
Die Walküre
In Short
The second part of Wagner's tetralogy tells the love story of Sieglinde and Siegmund, Wotan's search for a way out, Brünnhilde's refusal to obey orders and her successive punishment. The three acts are designed by three different directorial teams. The Dutch puppetry collective Hotel Modern created the first act, light artist Urs Schönebaum designed the second, and installation artist Ulla von Brandenburg realized her ideas in the third act.
Staff and Cast
Musical Direction Cornelius Meister
Act I Concept and Figure Play Hotel Modern
Act II Concept and Ligh Design Urs Schönebaum
Act III Concept and Room Ulla von Brandenburg
Dramaturgy Ingo Gerlach, Julia Schmitt

Siegmund Michael König
Hunding David Steffens
Wotan N. N.
Sieglinde Simone Schneider
Brünnhilde Okka von der Damerau
Fricka Annika Schlicht
Helmwige Clare Tunney
Gerhilde Esther Dierkes
Ortlinde Catriona Smith
Siegrune Linsey Coppens
Grimgerde Maria Theresa Ullrich
Schwertleite Stine Marie Fischer
March 4, 2023
April 1 & 6, 2023
5 p.m. each (subject to change)
In Short
In order to save his empire, Wotan, father of the gods, needs the help of the free and independant hero Siegfried, offspring of Sieglinde and Siegmund's incestuous love affair. But not everything goes according to Wotan's plan - Siegfried proves to be an impertinent hooligan and the end of the gods seems inevitable. „Most exciting music theater“, Die Welt commented in 2000 at the premiere of Jossi Wieler's and Sergio Morabito's production, which is part of the new Stuttgart Ring cycle.
Staff and Cast
Musical Direction Cornelius Meister
Direction & Dramaturgy Jossi Wieler & Sergio Morabito
Stage Design & Costumes Anna Viebrock
Lighting Dieter Billino

Siegfried Daniel Brenna
Mime Matthias Klink
Der Wanderer Tommi Hakala
Fafner David Steffens
Waldvogel Beate Ritter
Erda Stine Marie Fischer
Brünnhilde Simone Schneider

Premiere of the Re-Study on October 9, 2022
October 15 & 23, 2022
November 1, 2022
March 10, 2023
April 8, 2023
4 p.m. each (subject to change)
In Short
What began with the forging of the Ring in the Rheingold continues now in the last part of The Ring with intrigue and perjury. The end symbolizes the gods' downfall - and the Ring ends up back where it originally came from: in the river Rhine. The Götterdämmerung is staged by director Marco Štorman, who most recently staged John Adams' Nixon in China in Stuttgart. He also realized experimental projects for the Staatsoper Stuttgart with the operetta The Flower of Hawaii at the Stuttgart Harbor and the gaming project Faith Love Hope.
Staff and Cast
Musical Direction Cornelius Meister
Direction Marco Štorman
Stage Design Demian Wohler
Costumes Sara Schwartz
Lighting Kai Luczak
Chorus Manuel Pujol
Dramaturgy Ingo Gerlach

Siegfried Daniel Kirch
Gunther Shigeo Ishino
Hagen, Alberich Patrick Zielke
Brünnhilde Christiane Libor
Gutrune Esther Dierkes
Waltraute Stine Marie Fischer

Premiere on January 29, 2023
February 12 & 19, 2023
March 12, 2023
April 10, 2023
4 p.m. each (subject to change)
Hotel partnerships over Easter 2023


13 minutes walk to the opera house

Rooms from 120 € excl. breakfast
Booking code: 20EmiLuRing22
Ring-Guests receive a 10% discount on the flexible daily rate when entering the booking code at the link.
Your opera ticket must be presented at check in.

Nadlerstraße 4
70173 Stuttgart
+49 711 342 062 0

Le Meridien

10 minutes walk to the opera house

Rooms from 199 €
incl. Welcome-Drink, exclusive for Ring-Guests

Willy-Brandt-Strasse 30
70173 Stuttgart
+49 711 22210

Arcotel Camino

16 minutes walk to the opera house

Rooms from 99 €, incl. breakfast
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Heilbronner Straße 21
70191 Stuttgart
+49 30 40 50 46 200