Oscar Straus

A woman knows what she wants!

MUSICAL COMEDY IN TWO ACTS
Oscar Straus‘s sparkling 1932 masterpiece was premiered at the legendary Metropol Theatre, which is today the Komische Oper Berlin, with Fritzi Massary in the leading role. Now this jewel among operettas, with the character of a chamber play, is "coming home". A magnificent tour de force it features the operetta dream-team of Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp taking on 30 different roles for the production…
Jan '15
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Synphony Concert

Baiba Skride and Henrik Nánási

WORKS OF JOHANNES BRAHMS AND BÉLA BARTÓK
Starviolinist Baiba Skride playing works of Brahms and Bartók with the Orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin. 
Paul Abraham

Ball im Savoy

Operetta in two acts
After 80 years, one of the Weimar era’s most spectacular jazz operettas returns to the place of its origin!
Jan '15
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Mar '15
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Apr '15
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Claudio Monteverdi / Elena Kats-Chernin

Orpheus

Favola in Musica in a Prologue und five Acts
“A performance of such rapturous, fantastic, colourful vitality that it snatches away the fog from your ears and eyes, and you experience nothing less than the birth of theatre.” [Die Zeit] 
Feb '15
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Mar '15
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Magic Flute

Grand Opera in two acts
The most performed German opera in a startling interpretation. The Magic Flute seems to throw up more questions and mysteries than it provides answers. By the end, all logic and reason fail before the immeasurable fantasy of this magic opera. 
Sep '14
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Nov '14
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Dec '14
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Jan '15
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Premiere 30th January 2015: A woman knows what she wants!

The magnificent tour de force of Oscar Straus‘s sparkling 1932 masterpiece features the operetta dream-team of Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp taking on 30 different roles for the production…

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Translation System - Opera for All

By using the translation system which have been fitted in virtually all seats of the Komische Oper Berlin, it is possible to follow the performance onstage comfortably during any opera production – in various languages …

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Sunday 01.02.2015
18:00
Opéra-bouffe in three acts (1864)
Monday 02.02.2015
Tuesday 03.02.2015
19:30
An operetta in two acts (1932)
Thursday 05.02.2015
19:30
Musical comedy in two acts (1932)
Friday 06.02.2015
20:00
Music by Johannes Brahms and Béla Bartók
Saturday 07.02.2015
16:00
Guided Tour to the opera house and the backstage area
19:30
An operetta in two acts (1932)
Sunday 08.02.2015
14:00
Guided tour through the make-up departement. How long does it take to produce a bald head?
18:00
Musical comedy in two acts (1932)
Friday 13.02.2015
21:00
The Queer Film Award at the Berlin International Film Festival, Berlinale
Saturday 14.02.2015
16:00
Guided Tour to the opera house and the backstage area
17:00
Culinary operatic delight
19:30
Favola in musica in a prologue and five acts (1607/2012)
Sunday 15.02.2015
10:00, Foyer
18:00
An operetta in two acts (1932)
Monday 16.02.2015
Friday 20.02.2015
16:00
Guided Tour to the opera house and the backstage area
19:30
Grand opera in two acts (1791)
Saturday 21.02.2015
16:00
Guided tour through the costumes departement. From the figurine to the custom-made suit.
19:30
An operetta in two acts (1932)
Sunday 22.02.2015
18:00
Favola in musica in a prologue and five acts (1607/2012)
Friday 27.02.2015
16:00
Guided Tour to the opera house and the backstage area
19:30
An operetta in two acts (1932)
Saturday 28.02.2015
16:00
Guided tour through the make-up departement. How long does it take to produce a bald head?
19:30
Grand opera in two acts (1791)

Don Juan, the epitome of the seducer, inspired Mozart to one of his most influential operas. Frivolous, witty and profound all at once. The perfect opportunity for Herbert Fritsch, the master of theatrical folly, whose highly musical style of staging is tailor-made for this "light-hearted spectacle" about fatal passions.
Hollywood, South American passion and a dash of quirky Berlin humour are the ingredients of this wild farce, driven in highly enjoyable fashion by all manner of clichés – from the star of the silver screen in Greta Garbo mode to the intense revolution à la Che Guevara.
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