Central to the project for the last performance realized inside the old Auditorium was the research for a correspondence amid the kaleidoscopic universe of sound that Wagner elaborates for this opera, made of the most different musical worlds and provenances, and the not so easy architectural spaces offered by the structure of the Auditorium.

Long and elevated footbridges surround the audience creating a particular stage in the shape of a very long horseshoe, the various entrances of the public at the various heights of the hall are used as points of entry, appearance and disappearance of the singers and the Choir; very simple stage costumes and a metal cloud for the video projections complete the staging.

The protagonist role, extremely exposed of the orchestra, helps to transform the structural characteristics of the space of the Auditorium in a particular “musical box” in which the rich, overwhelming imaginary of Wagner is expressed.