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…
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Gioachino Rossini

Il barbiere di Siviglia

Sung in Italian
Rossini's classic in the production by one of the most exciting contemporary Russian directors, Kirill Serebrennikov.
Oct '16
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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. 
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Livestream: Cendrillon (Cinderella)

The Komische Oper Berlin streams the premiere of Cendrillon: Sunday, June 12th, 19h (CET)

Season 2015/16

Check out this seasons' premieres!

»Opera-O-mat«

With the »Opera-O-Mat« you compare the different productions and find your personal favorite. Try it out! 

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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Saturday 27.08.2016
20:00
Works of Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Roland Bittmann
Sunday 28.08.2016
11:00
Works of Franz Schubert, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Roland Bittmann

A tenor, a soprano and three musicians travel around Europe on the Gastarbeiterroute –the road people who worked in Germany or Austria took to travel to their counties of origin during holidays. Berlin – Munich – Vienna – Belgrad – Sofia – Istanbul
"I'm playing an Italian cello, with French bows, Austrian and German strings, my daughter was born in Paris, my older son in Brussels and my younger one in Italy, I'm driving a Japanese car, wear a Swiss watch, an Indian necklace and I feel at home everywhere where people appreciate and enjoy classical music."