The Zurich Liaison
IMZ Members are invited to a Special Screening of Syquali Crossmedia's new film “The Zurich Liaison” during Avant Première 2020.
Sophie Auster as Mathilde Wesendonck © Syquali Crossmedia
Joonas Saartamo as Richard Wagner © Syquali Crossmedia
Sophie Auster as Mathilde Wesendonck & Rüdiger Hauffe as Otto Wesendonck © Syquali Crossmedia
Syquali Crossmedia PLC is honoured to invite you to a Special Screening of our new film THE ZURICH LIAISON at Avant Première 2020.
Monday, 24 February:
APÉRO RICH at 18:30, SPECIAL SCREENING at 19:30
Event Address: Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz, Screening Hall 3rd floor
Gabriele-Tergit-Promenade 19, 10963 Berlin
More than 170 years ago Switzerland was the only country in Europe with a democratic constitution.
After the failed German Revolution Richard Wagner lived in Zurich from 1849 until August 1858. Mathilde Wesendonck and her husband venerate Wagner. While in Zurich, Wagner works on his new opera Tristan and Isolde. Mathilde is turning from a loving mother into a muse of the new music. The whole city is talking about this Zurich liaison.
Sophie Auster as Mathilde Wesendonck
Joonas Saartamo as Richard Wagner
Julienne Pfeil as Minna Wagner
Rüdiger Hauffe as Otto Wesendonck
Music performed by London Symphony Orchestra
Produced and Directed by Jens Neubert
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