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Sala: Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlín

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AddressBismarckstraße 35
10627 Berlín
Berlin
Alemania
ContainsDeutsche Oper
Parkhaus
Tischlerei
Google maps52° 30' 43.176" N 13° 18' 30.189" E
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A defiant Deutsche Oper's reduced open-air Rheingold

Padraic Rowan (Donner/Froh), Tobias Kehrer (Fafner), A. Schlicht (Fricka), Flurina Stucki (Freia) © Bernd Uhlig
Deutsche Oper Berlin returns in rousing style with a pared-down, open-air Rheingold on its “Parkdeck”.

An immensely dramatic opera: Le Prophète in Berlin

Gregory Kunde (Jean de Leyde), Deutsche Oper Berlin 2017 © Bettina Stöss
Meyerbeer's tale of the Anabaptist rebellion in the 16th-century religious wars proves to be a powerful thriller, with Clémentine Margaine and Gregory Kunde leading a very strong singing cast.

An enchanting new Midsummer Night’s Dream at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Jeanine De Bique (Helena), Karis Tucker (Hermia) and Jami Reid-Quarrell (Puck) © Bettina Stöß
Deutsche Oper Berlin’s new production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful and whimsical homage to Britten’s masterpiece. The orchestra, soloists and children’s chorus performed with energy and charm under the baton of Donald Runnicles.

Tosca: a successful debut for Saioa Hernández and Ludovic Tézier

Tosca at Deutsche Oper Berlin (2009) © Bettina Stöß (2009)
The Deutsche Oper revives once again Boleslaw Barlog’s old production, with two outstanding singers at their debut in the house.

Czernowin's Heart Chamber stirs passions at Deutsche Oper Berlin

Noa Frenkel, Dietrich Henschel, Patrizia Ciofi and Terry Wey © Michael Trippel
Heart Chamber explores how small outer events often correspond to tectonic inner changes.

Friedrich’s classic Ballo revived in Berlin

Un ballo in maschera © Marcus Lieberenz (2016)
Conductor Ivan Repušić leads a successful revival of Verdi’s playful masterpiece, with a solid cast.

Verdi Wars: Frank Castorf’s Forza del destino at Deutsche Oper

Russell Thomas (Don Alvaro) and Markus Brück (Don Carlo) © Thomas Aurin

Audience uproar brings a much needed sense of theatre to a disappointing production of Verdi’s middle-period epic.

A Diva playing a Diva: Adriana Lecouvreur in Berlin

Michelangelo Mazza, Yusif Eyvazov (Maurizio) and  Anna Netrebko (Adriana Lecouvreur) © Bettina Stöß
Anna Netrebko triumphs at the Deutsche Oper in a concert performance of Cilea’s masterpiece, under the baton of Michelangelo Mazza.