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Teatro Real


Experience world renowned opera in Madrid

Located just in front of the Palacio Real of Madrid, the beautiful Teatro Real was originally the official residence of Spain's Queen Isabel II. It was first inaugurated as an opera house in 1850 with a performance of Donizetti's La Favorite and has been a celebrated opera venue ever since.

Discover the variety of excellent programs and operas in this historic theater. Order tickets now for the performances below, and receive your convenient and secure e-Ticket to print at home.

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El Público: Teatro Real in Madrid

Enjoy the world premiere Federico García Lorca's most difficult and mysterious play, transformed into opera.

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Britten's War Requiem: Teatro Real in Madrid

Britten's monumental War Requiem at Madrid's magnificent opera house.

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Death in Venice: Hamburg Ballet, Teatro Real in Madrid

Hamburg Ballet performs a free adaptation by world-famed choreographer John Neumeier of Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice.

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La Traviata: Teatro Real in Madrid

Madrid's opera house presents the lyrical drama that brought Verdi legendary status.

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Fidelio: Teatro Real in Madrid

Teatro Real presents a new production of Beethoven's only opera, staged by La Fura dels Baus.

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Chamber Music Sundays: Teatro Real in Madrid

Soloists of the Teatro Real Resident Orchestra perform intimate concerts featuring the entire repertoire.

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Goyescas | Gianni Schicchi: Teatro Real in Madrid

Plácido Domingo conducts Goyescas and sings Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi, staged with sharp and biting humour by Woody Allen.

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La ciudad de las mentiras: Teatro Real in Madrid

Four stories of women pitting their minds against reality, an operatic version of works by Juan Carlos Onetti.

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Nederlands Dans Theater: Teatro Real in Madrid

Nederlands Dans Theater performs Sehnsucht and Schmetterling by its resident choreographers the Spanish Sol León and English Paul Lightfoot.