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June 2021
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Fri 25 Jun
19:30

Robert Schumann
Last performance!
They are the resounding heart of the Komische Oper Berlin ensemble: the chorus soloists. Together with members of the orchestra they will be presenting an evening rich in suggestive sounds: lieder by the Romantic composer Robert Schumann, arranged by Choral Director David Cavelius, with lighting by Klaus Grünberg, and enchantingly staged by Barrie Kosky.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sat 26 Jun
19:30

Johann Strauss
12 – 84 €
Seventy years after Walter Felsenstein's production of The Gypsy Baron, (the single production of this work in the history of the Komische Oper Berlin), director Tobias Kratzer, celebrated for his production of Tannhauser in Bayreuth, stages one of Strauss’s most famous operettas as a parable of the conflicts of today’s multicultural society. With Stefan Soltesz at the podium, he’ll be supported by an expert in the domain of Viennese operetta.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Sun 27 Jun
19:00

Three Monodrama
A dark stage, a woman and her voice — a sound that hovers somewhere between song and speech. With Pierrot Lunaire (1912), Not I (1972) and Rockaby (1981), Arnold Schoenberg and Samuel Beckett created pioneering monodramas in which language, music, and form break with conventions, coming closer together. Works thus tailor-made for the genre-bending iconoclasts Barrie Kosky and Dagmar Manzel.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Mon 28 Jun
19:30

Johann Strauss
12 – 74 €
Seventy years after Walter Felsenstein's production of The Gypsy Baron, (the single production of this work in the history of the Komische Oper Berlin), director Tobias Kratzer, celebrated for his production of Tannhauser in Bayreuth, stages one of Strauss’s most famous operettas as a parable of the conflicts of today’s multicultural society. With Stefan Soltesz at the podium, he’ll be supported by an expert in the domain of Viennese operetta.
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Tue 29 Jun
11:00

The season 2021/22 will be announced!

https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Tue 29 Jun
20:00

Symphony Concert 3
Sinfoniekonzert
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Wed 30 Jun
19:30

Three Monodrama
Last performance!
A dark stage, a woman and her voice — a sound that hovers somewhere between song and speech. With Pierrot Lunaire (1912), Not I (1972) and Rockaby (1981), Arnold Schoenberg and Samuel Beckett created pioneering monodramas in which language, music, and form break with conventions, coming closer together. Works thus tailor-made for the genre-bending iconoclasts Barrie Kosky and Dagmar Manzel.
July 2021
https://www.komische-opr-berlin.de/
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57, 10117 Berlin
Thu 1 Jul
19:30

Johann Strauss
Last time this season!
12 – 94 €
Seventy years after Walter Felsenstein's production of The Gypsy Baron, (the single production of this work in the history of the Komische Oper Berlin), director Tobias Kratzer, celebrated for his production of Tannhauser in Bayreuth, stages one of Strauss’s most famous operettas as a parable of the conflicts of today’s multicultural society. With Stefan Soltesz at the podium, he’ll be supported by an expert in the domain of Viennese operetta.