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Berlin Opera

An exciting variety of opera performances

Berlin is renowned for its rich variety of excellent opera houses. The Deutsche Oper Berlin (German Opera of Berlin) is a streamlined modern building in Charlottenburg, a fashionable neighborhood in former West Berlin. The Komische Oper Berlin is located in former East Berlin, just off the famous boulevard, Unter den Linden, near the Brandenburg Gate.

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  • Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Wed, Sep 09 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Debussy's most famous opera about family structures and the self-destructive element within our souls.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
  • Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin

    Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin

    Thu, Sep 10 2015, 19:30

    Komische Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera
    • Operetta/Musical

    After 80 years, one of the Weimar era’s most spectacular jazz operettas returns to the place of its origin.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin The Komische Oper Berlin has developed into one of the highest-profile opera houses in the German-speaking world. Its historic site, near the famous boulevard Unter den Linden, has been home to theatre performances since 1764; the house known today as the Komische Oper (Comic Opera) was erected in 1892 based on a splendidly stylish design by the Austrian architects Helmer and Fellner. Though the entrance area and ceiling painting were destroyed in 1945, the lavish auditorium remained intact, and reconstruction began almost immediately.

    The Komische Oper Berlin boasts an automatic translation system in its seating area, a feature which is currently unique among German opera houses. Nearly every seat is fitted with a sophisticated display offering the performance’s accompanying text; each individual can follow the text in any of several languages – or simply turn off the display.

    In 2007, the Komische Oper Berlin was voted 'opera house of the year', and its choral soloists were named 'opera choir of the year'.  Visit this luxuriant house and confirm for yourself that the Komische Oper Berlin fulfills its mission of providing vital, contemporary, exciting theatre each and every night.
    Komische Oper Berlin Behrenstraße 55-57 Berlin 10117 Germany
  • Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin

    Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin

    Fri, Sep 11 2015, 19:30

    Komische Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    The rulers of two empires in one of the greatest love stories of classical times, Caesar and Cleopatra, in Handel's "Giulio Cesare in Egitto".

    INFO & TICKETS

    Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin The Komische Oper Berlin has developed into one of the highest-profile opera houses in the German-speaking world. Its historic site, near the famous boulevard Unter den Linden, has been home to theatre performances since 1764; the house known today as the Komische Oper (Comic Opera) was erected in 1892 based on a splendidly stylish design by the Austrian architects Helmer and Fellner. Though the entrance area and ceiling painting were destroyed in 1945, the lavish auditorium remained intact, and reconstruction began almost immediately.

    The Komische Oper Berlin boasts an automatic translation system in its seating area, a feature which is currently unique among German opera houses. Nearly every seat is fitted with a sophisticated display offering the performance’s accompanying text; each individual can follow the text in any of several languages – or simply turn off the display.

    In 2007, the Komische Oper Berlin was voted 'opera house of the year', and its choral soloists were named 'opera choir of the year'.  Visit this luxuriant house and confirm for yourself that the Komische Oper Berlin fulfills its mission of providing vital, contemporary, exciting theatre each and every night.
    Komische Oper Berlin Behrenstraße 55-57 Berlin 10117 Germany
  • Turandot: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Turandot: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Sat, Sep 12 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Puccini spent the last four years of his life working on Turandot, basing his opera on Carlo Gozzi's fairytale play.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Turandot: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
  • Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Sun, Sep 13 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Two culmination points of musical ‘verismo’ in a double bill.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
  • Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Thu, Sep 17 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Debussy's most famous opera about family structures and the self-destructive element within our souls.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
  • Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin

    Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin

    Fri, Sep 18 2015, 19:30

    Komische Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera
    • Operetta/Musical

    After 80 years, one of the Weimar era’s most spectacular jazz operettas returns to the place of its origin.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Ball im Savoy: Komische Oper Berlin The Komische Oper Berlin has developed into one of the highest-profile opera houses in the German-speaking world. Its historic site, near the famous boulevard Unter den Linden, has been home to theatre performances since 1764; the house known today as the Komische Oper (Comic Opera) was erected in 1892 based on a splendidly stylish design by the Austrian architects Helmer and Fellner. Though the entrance area and ceiling painting were destroyed in 1945, the lavish auditorium remained intact, and reconstruction began almost immediately.

    The Komische Oper Berlin boasts an automatic translation system in its seating area, a feature which is currently unique among German opera houses. Nearly every seat is fitted with a sophisticated display offering the performance’s accompanying text; each individual can follow the text in any of several languages – or simply turn off the display.

    In 2007, the Komische Oper Berlin was voted 'opera house of the year', and its choral soloists were named 'opera choir of the year'.  Visit this luxuriant house and confirm for yourself that the Komische Oper Berlin fulfills its mission of providing vital, contemporary, exciting theatre each and every night.
    Komische Oper Berlin Behrenstraße 55-57 Berlin 10117 Germany
  • Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Fri, Sep 18 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Two culmination points of musical ‘verismo’ in a double bill.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Cavalleria Rusticana & Pagliacci: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany
  • Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin

    Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin

    Sat, Sep 19 2015, 19:30

    Komische Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    The rulers of two empires in one of the greatest love stories of classical times, Caesar and Cleopatra, in Handel's "Giulio Cesare in Egitto".

    INFO & TICKETS

    Giulio Cesare in Egitto: Komische Oper Berlin The Komische Oper Berlin has developed into one of the highest-profile opera houses in the German-speaking world. Its historic site, near the famous boulevard Unter den Linden, has been home to theatre performances since 1764; the house known today as the Komische Oper (Comic Opera) was erected in 1892 based on a splendidly stylish design by the Austrian architects Helmer and Fellner. Though the entrance area and ceiling painting were destroyed in 1945, the lavish auditorium remained intact, and reconstruction began almost immediately.

    The Komische Oper Berlin boasts an automatic translation system in its seating area, a feature which is currently unique among German opera houses. Nearly every seat is fitted with a sophisticated display offering the performance’s accompanying text; each individual can follow the text in any of several languages – or simply turn off the display.

    In 2007, the Komische Oper Berlin was voted 'opera house of the year', and its choral soloists were named 'opera choir of the year'.  Visit this luxuriant house and confirm for yourself that the Komische Oper Berlin fulfills its mission of providing vital, contemporary, exciting theatre each and every night.
    Komische Oper Berlin Behrenstraße 55-57 Berlin 10117 Germany
  • Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin

    Sat, Sep 19 2015, 19:30

    Deutsche Oper Berlin
    Germany, Berlin

    • Opera

    Debussy's most famous opera about family structures and the self-destructive element within our souls.

    INFO & TICKETS

    Pelleas and Melisande: Deutsche Oper Berlin Artistic perfection and courageous innovation are an integral part of tradition at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Offering a wide range of visual styles, the specially-shaped stage is ideal for presenting the greatest operas of the 19th and early 20th centuries; the house seats 1,865 audience members, and is also optimal for hosting the large orchestras required for its beloved repertoire.

    Originally inaugurated in 1912, the stage of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was reopened in 1961 after suffering heavy damage during World War II.  Since its historic regeneration, it has served as Berlin’s largest and Germany’s second largest music theatre – and one of the most modern institutions in Europe. The proud, minimalistic building with its stylish and roomy interior was designed by Fritz Bornemann, who was also the architect of Berlin’s America Memorial Library and Freie Volksbühne. Witness a spectacular drama at the Deutsche Oper Berlin and revel in a maximal aural and visual event.
    Deutsche Oper Berlin Bismarckstraße 35 Berlin 10627 Germany