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July 29, 2014 1:34 PM

Seattle Opera launches a new “Ring” cycle CD set and the International Wagner Competition

Wagner-lovers may be missing their dose of live opera this year, but Seattle Opera (which performs the mammoth four-opera cycle every other year) makes up for it with two Wagner events: a new recording of last year’s “Ring,” and the company’s International Wagner Competition, live in McCaw Hall next Thursday night.

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