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Parsifal: Deutsche Oper Berlin

Berlin, Deutsche Oper Berlin — Main stage

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About the Event

The premiere of Richard Wagner's Parsifal, his Bühnenweihfestspiel or 'festival drama for the consecration of the stage', represented the climax of festivities to mark the 100th anniversary of the Deutsche Oper Berlin in 2012.

Parsifal is Richard Wagner's own mythical tale, which he created borrowing freely from a diverse range of sagas, Christian and Buddhist motifs, and Schopenhauer's ideas. Wagner was plagued for decades by a fear of disaster and a constant thirst for redemption. With his Parsifal he addressed head‐on the question of redemption, both private and social, and conjured his own utopia in the chaste, male world of the Knights of the Grail.

In German language with German and English surtitles.  


  • Richard Wagner – Parsifal, 'Bühnenweihfestspiel' in three acts
  • -not set- – Poem by Richard Wagner
Program is subject to change

Cast / Production

Conductor Sir Donald Runnicles
Stage Production Philipp Stölzl
Co‐Regie Mara Kurotschka
Stage‐DesignConrad Moritz Reinhardt, Philipp Stölzl
Costume‐Design Kathi Maurer
Light‐Design Ulrich Niepel
Chorus Master Jeremy Bines
Children's Chorus Christian Lindhorst

Amfortas Jordan Shanahan
Titurel Andrew Harris
Gurnemanz Günther Groissböck
Parsifal Klaus Florian Vogt
Klingsor Joachim Goltz
Kundry Irene Roberts
First Knight of the Grail Patrick Cook
Second Knight of the Grail Youngkwang Oh
First Squire Lexi Hutton
Second Squire Arianna Manganello
Third Squire Kieran Carrel
Fourth Squire Chance Jonas‐O'Toole
Klingsor´s Flower Maiden Flurina Stucki, Lexi Hutton, Arianna Manganello, Hye‐Young Moon, Meechot Marrero, Maire Therese Carmack A Voice Maire Therese Carmack

Chorus Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Kinderchor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Orchestra Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Dance Opernballett der Deutschen Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin

Deutsche Oper Berlin is the biggest opera house in the German capital, and a member of the Berlin Opera Foundation established in the early 1900s. The original building was destroyed during the Second World War, but was eventually replaced, and the new theater opened in 1961 - six weeks after construction began on the Berlin Wall. Serving West Berlin, its sober, linear design avoids anything that might distract vistiors from the performance. The repertoire of the theater focuses on the great classics such as Mozart, Verdi and Strauss, but frequently presents contemporary opera as well. The Chorus of the Deutsche Oper has been named 'Chorus of the Year' many times for its outstanding performances.


Deutsche Oper Berlin, Bismarckstraße 35 , Berlin, Germany — Google Maps

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