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  • Ole Anders Tandberg, © Photo: Erik Berg

  • Deutsche Oper Berlin, © Photo: Leo Seidel

Carmen: Deutsche Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlin - Main stage

Saturday
27 Jan
19:30

Carmen: Deutsche Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlin - Main stage

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Saturday
27 Jan
19:30

Carmen: Deutsche Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlin - Main stage

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Assigned seating
You will be assigned the best seats available in the chosen category at the time of purchase.
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Saturday
27 Jan
19:30

Carmen: Deutsche Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlin - Main stage

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Quantity

Sum: 141,00

Classictic Discount: 0,00

 
141,00
Incl. VAT, advance booking fees and facility fees.
Assigned seating
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About the Event

The Deutsche Oper Berlin presents Georges Bizet's 'Carmen', a work that shocked the audience as a scandal at its Paris Opéra Comique premiere in 1875 but is now among the most-performed and best-loved operas in the repertoire.

In his opera, Bizet created a female character that was the exact opposite of the passive suffering heroine of his time. Carmen represents the society where sex and violence are the only feelings possible between two people and love has lost its appeal. On the other side of this bleakness stands Don José, who is doomed to fail with his ideal of love.

In French with German and English surtitles

Approximate duration (min.): 195

Program

  • Bizet, Georges
    Carmen, Opéra comique in four acts
Program is subject to change

Cast / Production

Conductor: Ivan Repusic
Stage direction: Ole Anders Tandberg
Stage design: Erlend Birkeland
Costume design: Maria Geber
Lighting: Ellen Ruge
Choir Conductor: Jeremy Bines
Children’s choir: Christian Lindhorst
Dramaturgy: Jörg Königsdorf

Carmen: Clémentine Margaine
Frasquita: Nicole Haslett
Mercédès: Vasilisa Berzhanskaya
Micaëla: Heidi Stober
Don José: Charles Castronovo
Moralès Philipp Jekal
Zuniga: Tobias Kehrer
Escamillo: Markus Brück
Remendado: Ya-Chung Huang
Dancairo: Dean Murphy
A Citizen: Aram Youn
Andres: Marek Picz

Children's Choir of the Deutsche Oper Berlin
Choir of the Deutsche Oper Berlin
Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin

Artists

  • Repušić, Ivan (Conductor)
    Croatian conductor Ivan Repušić studied at the Zagreb Conservatory with Professor Igor Gjadrov and Vjekoslav Sutej. He completed his studies with Gianluigi Gelmetti and Jorma Panula, and from 2001 to 2002, served as Assistant to Kazushi Ono at the Badischen Staatstheater Karlsruhe. He has received prizes at many national and international competitions and has conducted at the most famous Croatian festivals.

    Since 2002, Ivan Repušić has been the conductor, and from 2006 to 2009, the Opera Director at the National Theater Split where he led numerous productions. In 2010, he became the Music Director at the internationally recognized Dubrovnik Summer Festival. Since the 2010-2011 season, Ivan Repušić has been the First Kapellmeister at the Niedersächsischen Staatstheater Hannover.
  • Chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Choir)
    The chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, one of the world's largest choruses, has been led and formed by prominent conductors and chorus masters. Walter Hagen-Groll led the chorus for nearly 50 years, establishing its excellent reputation. Marcus Creed and Karl Kamper were two of his successors as chorus master. William Spaulding has been the first chorus master since the beginning of the 2007/2008 season. The success of his work with the chorus is shown by the awards of 'Best German Chorus' in 2008 and 2009.
  • Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin (Orchestra)

  • Margaine, Clémentine (Mezzo-soprano)
  • Stober, Heidi (Soloist)
    soprano

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