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AddressMax-Joseph-Platz 2
80539 Munich
Google maps48° 8' 22.464" N 11° 34' 47.064" E

“I was blown away by everything: the singing, the acting, and the playing’’, Ilana Walder-Biesanz, Bachtrack

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MunichDie Walküre (1. Akt)

Wagner: Die Walküre: Act 1
Asher Fisch; Lise Davidsen; Jonas Kaufmann; Georg Zeppenfeld; Bayerisches Staatsorchester


Adamson, Lichtik, Rachmaninov
Russell Maliphant; Sharon Eyal; Gai Behar; Liam Scarlett; Bavarian State Ballet; TBC; Rebecca Hytting; Michael Hulls

MunichSchön ist die Welt

Lehár: Schön ist die Welt (How Fair the World)
Yoel Gamzou; Tobias Ribitzki; Bavarian State Opera; Jan Ludwig; Julia Kleiter; Sebastian Kohlhepp; Max Hopp

MunichLearNew production

© Bayerische Staatsoper
Reimann: Lear
Jukka-Pekka Saraste; Christoph Marthaler; Bavarian State Opera; Anna Viebrock; Dorothee Curio; Michael Bauer; Malte Ubenauf

MunichDer Schneesturm

Dangel: Der Schneesturm
Andrey Kaydanovskiy; Bavarian State Ballet; Gavin Sutherland; Karoline Hogl; Arthur Arbesser; Christian Kass
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A concert Walküre to remember: Kaufmann and Davidsen in Munich

After a six month gap, the Nationaltheater welcomes a limited audience to an opera-in-concert of extraordinary beauty of singing.
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No smoke without fire? Susanna's Secret revealed in Munich

Axel Ranisch's staging of Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari's one-acter confounds with visual chaos.
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Petrenko compares and contrasts revolutionary symphonists in Munich

What links the keys of C major and F minor, and the years 1800 and 1925? The first symphonies of Beethoven and Shostakovich respectively.
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Tcherniakov's new Freischütz a brilliant piece of theater in Munich

Dmitri Tcherniakov updates the "German Romantic Opera" into a modern-day thriller with interesting twists in a musically splendid performance in Munich.
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Janáček’s The Diary of One Who Disappeared staged in Munich

Pavol Breslik had no difficulties in rendering the intricacies of Janáček’s vocal language, shaped by Moravian folk music and speech patterns.
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Condemned to success: Bayerische Staatsoper's Nikolaus Bachler

The irrepressible man of the theatre and Intendant of one the flagships of German opera gives us an insight into what makes him and his company tick.