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BerlinM – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder (A City searches for a Murderer)

© Jan Windszus Photography
Eggert: M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder
Ainārs Rubiķis; Barrie Kosky; Komische Oper Berlin; Klaus Grünberg; Alice Babidge; Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin

ZürichDie Zauberflöte

Die Zauberflöte
Mozart: Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute)
Sascha Goetzel; Tatjana Gürbaca; Zurich Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Silke Willrett; Mauro Peter; Olga Kulchynska

BerlinFrühlingsstürmeNew production

Weinberger: Jarní bouře (Frühlingsstürme)
Jordan De Souza; Barrie Kosky; Komische Oper Berlin; Klaus Grünberg; Dinah Ehm; Otto Pichler


Verdi: Aida
Marco Armiliato; Tatjana Gürbaca; Zurich Opera; Klaus Grünberg; Silke Willrett; Veronika Dzhioeva; Ksenia Dudnikova

MannheimPelléas et MélisandeNew production

Astrid Kessler (Mélisande) © Hans Jörg Michel
Debussy: Pelléas et Mélisande
Alexander Soddy; Barrie Kosky; Nationaltheater Mannheim; Klaus Grünberg; Dinah Ehm; Astrid Kessler; Raymond Ayers
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M: a murderer hiding in plain sight at Komische Oper

M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder © Monika Rittershaus
M – a city searches for a murderer, by Moritz Eggert and Barrie Kosky, receives its world premiere at the Komische Oper Berlin.
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Pelléas et Mélisande: Kosky's sleep-talking, nightmare

Pelléas et Mélisande © Monika Rittershaus
There’s no doubt that Mélisande endeavours to escape past troubles when she first appears in Barrie Kosky’s production of Debussy’s opera, yet Nadja Mchantaf is no reticent, wispy maiden. Every vocal and physical gesture – always precise and penetrating – displays an atypically forthright quest for vitality, something that Arkel’s chauvinistic world does not readily offer.
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Kosky's Nose comes home to Komische Oper

Günter Papendell (Platon Kuzmich Kovalyov) © Iko Freese | drama-berlin.de
Shostakovich's early masterpiece is fêted at the Komische Oper Berlin
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What’s up (with) Kosky’s Nose?

Martin Winkler (Kovalyov) © Prudence Upton
Kosky’s The Nose hits Sydney, sweeping the audience along with hallucinogenic energy. Led by the outstanding Martin Winkler and John Tomlinson, singers and musicians deliver a wild evening's entertainment.
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A dark and brooding Pelléas et Mélisande at the Komische Oper

© Monika Rittershaus
Introspected and atmospheric, this late romantic opera appeals to the psychotherapists within us.
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