Becoming a Friend

Support the Komische Oper Berlin, because opera as an artform is lively and appropriate here ...

Become a friend of the Komische Oper Berlin and support living musical theatre involving an extraordinary range of talented newcomers and young people! You will have access to a whole spectrum of exclusive offers and events, enjoy the opportunity to meet other friends of the opera and receive a FörderCard (Sponsor Card with 25% reduction for up to 2 tickets per performance), so sponsoring the Komische Oper Berlin is both attractive and rewarding. Play your part by joining the Friends of the Komische Oper Berlin.

(Level, Annual Subscription, Benefits)

Young Friend (up to 30 years of age)  €36  Receipt of FörderCard*, attendance at rehearsals free of charge, informal meetings with other opera friends, special events Friend €72 FörderCard *, attendance at rehearsals, background discussions, excursions such as visits to other cultural institutions and theatres, etc.

Sponsor (member) €360 All benefits of Friends and in addition: invitation to exclusive events and trips, naming in publications, invitations to premiers, opportunity to meet artists from the opera house, ticket reservations and free delivery of tickets, voting rights as association member, etc.

Premiere Club (member) €2,500 All benefits of Sponsors, and in addition: two free tickets to each premiere, invitations to premiere reception, premiere gifts and programme 
Company Club  €5,000 15 tickets in the top price categories for any performance by the Komische Oper Berlin, with welcoming drink and interval arrangements, invitations to premiere receptions 

Young Curator (up to 45 years of age)  €5,000 All benefits of Sponsors, ticket quotas for sold-out events and special events 

Curator (member) €10,500 Invitation to premiere receptions and individual offers 
Add-on Family Club €36 Invitations to events for the whole family 

*FörderCard 25% reduction in price categories I - IV for one or two tickets in each case. €10 is deducted from the annual subscription to the Komische Oper Berlin for the FörderCard.
All member subscriptions are tax-deductible (apart from the fee for receipt of FörderCard and tickets in the Premiere and Company Club categories)

Friends Bank Account 
IBAN DE 61 1007 0000 0056 3510 00
Der Förderkeis Freunde of the Komische Oper Berlin e. V.

Board: Dr. Rolf-E. Breuer, Frankfurt am Main (Chairman); Prof. Dr. Dieter Feddersen, Frankfurt am Main (Deputy Chairman); Gerd Eggemann, Berlin; Werner Gegenbauer, Berlin; Dr. Robert Gutsche, Stahnsdorf, Dr. med. Inge Groth-Fromm, Berlin; Dr. Markus Klimmer, Berlin; Ulrich Kissing, Berlin; Dr. Gernot Moegelin, Berlin; Dr. Andreas Penk, Potsdam
Under the patronage of Prof. Dr. Klaus-Dieter Lehmann, München

Honorary Members: Prof. Dr. sc. Werner Rackwitz †, Berlin; Prof. Rolf Reuter †, Berlin; Prof. Tom Schilling, Berlin
Curators: Werner Gegenbauer, Berlin; megabiz riesenposter – Andrej Tatic, Berlin; Siemens AG – Burkhard Ischler, Berlin; Günther Troppmann and Dr. Patrick Wilden, Berlin; Firmenclub Investitionsbank Berlin

Premiere Club: Cajewitz-Stiftung – Julia Albrecht-Haenschel, Berlin; Simone Graebner, Berlin; Hartmut Fromm, Berlin; Renate Hertling, Berlin; Axel Krämer, Berlin; Heike Steinmeier, Berlin

Sponsors: Thomas Albrecht, Berlin; Christine von Arnim, Berlin; Gerhard Baade, Berlin; Christopher Bade, Berlin; BDO – Deutsche Warentreuhand Aktiengesellschaft Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Berlin; Dr. Helmut Becker, Berlin; Becker Büttner Held – Lawyers, Chartered Accountants and Tax Consultants, Berlin; Berliner-Kindl- Schultheiss-Brewery GmbH, Berlin; Berliner Volksbank eG, Berlin; BMW AG, Niederlassung Berlin; Karin Bothke, Berlin; Wolfgang Branoner, Berlin; Dr. Peter and Dr. Uta Coym, Bad Homburg v.d.H.; Dr. Gerhard Cromme, Düsseldorf; Dr. Rita Darkow, Berlin; Timo Daus, Berlin; Thomas Deininger, Glashütten; Claus-Jürgen Diederich, Berlin; Serap Dolu-Leibfried, Berlin; Peter Dornier Stiftung, Lindau, Bodensee; Dr. Christian Dräger, Lübeck; Dresdner Bank AG, Berlin; Dressler Restaurant GmbH, Berlin; Horst Peter Dürbeck, Berlin; Dr. Heinz Dürr, Berlin; Heinz-Joachim Elbe, Berlin; Dr. Bernd Erle, Berlin; Klaus Fischer-Kallenberg, Berlin; Jeanine Fissenewert, Berlin; Lothar Friedrich, Berlin; Judith Franke-Kremer, Frankfurt am Main; Freie Grundschule “Clara Schumann”, Dr. P. Rahn & Partner Schulen in freier Trägerschaft gemeinnützige Schulgesellschaft mbH, Leipzig; Wolfgang Freier, Berlin; Dr. Heidi Gacek, Berlin; Eran Gartner, Berlin; Ellen Gegenbauer, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Jutta Glock, Berlin; Andrea Gölkel, Mainz; Prof. Dr. Dietrich Götze and Dr. Renate Keysser-Götze, Heidelberg; Michael Haischer, Berlin; Markus Hartwig, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Beate Harms-Ziegler, Berlin; Dr. Martin Heidenhain, Berlin; Dr. Helmut Hertling, Berlin; Rolf Hetzelberger Consulting GmbH, Hellenthal; HICOM GmbH, Berlin; Erika Hinz, Berlin; Gemeinnützige Hertie-Stiftung, Berlin; Prof. Eberhard and Marianne Hirschfelder, Berlin; Elke Holthausen-Dux, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Peter Hommelhoff, Heidelberg; Manfred Huber, Berlin; INA-Holding Schaeffler KG, Herzogenaurach; Mario von Jackowski, Berlin; Betty Karasch, Berlin; August J. P. von Joest, Berlin; Horst-Achim Kern, Berlin; Klaus Kofeld, Berlin; J. Nikolaus and Marija Korsch, Frankfurt am Main; Dr. Hartmann Kleiner, Berlin; Ingeborg Kleinert, Berlin; Mathias Klussmann, Berlin; Dr. Robert Koschade, Walldorf; Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Kretschmar, Königs Wusterhausen; Marie Luise Kretschmer, Potsdam; Hartmut Krölke, Berlin; Dr. Herbert Kubatz, Berlin; Dr. Walter Kuna, Frankfurt am Main; Prof. Harry Kupfer, Berlin; Adalbert Kurkowski, Berlin; Uve Kusserow, Berlin; Dr. Eugen and Waltraud von Lackum, Berlin; LandesBank Berlin, Berlin; Karl Ludwig Lau, Berlin; Lothar Landau, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Jutta Limbach, Berlin; Dr. Beate Lindemann, Berlin; Wolfgang Lüder, Berlin; Marcel Luthe, Berlin; Gabriele Maessen, Berlin; Dr. Michael Maikowski, Berlin; Dieter Mann, Berlin; Dr. Silke Manske, Berlin; Dietrich Mattausch, Berlin; Gabriele Meloch, Berlin; Sabine Marleen Moegelin, Berlin; Dr. Gisela Müller, Berlin; Walter Müller, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Stefan Müller-Lissner, Berlin; Michael Munte, Braunschweig; Veit Nehmiz, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Rolf Nonnenmacher, Berlin; Dr. Arend Oetker, Berlin; Heinz Osten, Berlin; Dr. Wilhelm Pällmann, Frankfurt am Main; Claus Pengel, Dallgow-Döberitz; Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Gisbert Freiherr zu Putlitz, Heidelberg; Anton Josef Rouwen, Berlin; Dr. jur. Wolfgang Rupf, Königstein; Eckhard Sachse, Frankfurt am Main; Prof. Dr. Ernst Schadow, Idstein; Ulrich Schellenberg, Berlin; Manfred Schneider, Berlin; Wolfgang Schoele, Berlin; Ingeborg Schröter, Berlin; Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schwarz, Dessau; Roland Schulz, Berlin; Roswitha Semeniuk, Berlin; Andreas Stauber, Berlin; The Westin Grand Hotel Berlin, Berlin; Eckart Thomas, Berlin; Manfred Tüngler, Berlin; Klaus D. Vogt, New York; Claudia Wall, Berlin; Klaus Werner, Berlin; Helga Wipperfeld, Berlin; Renate Wirth-Lang, Berlin; Marcus Wisskirchen, London; Dr. Walter Wübben, Cologne; Lothar Wulff, Berlin; Bärbel Würdig, Berlin; Manfred Zaß, Königstein, Taunus – and more than 1,000 Friends …

Be a Friend
From a young friend to a curator - the Sponsoring Group has a lot to offer to experience opera at first hand.
Irmtraud Michels
Representative for the Sponsoring Group Friends of the Komische Oper Berlin
Tel: 030 202 60 334
Fax: 030 202 60 366

Komische Oper Berlin is proud to acknowledge and recognise its valued family of Corporate Partners. We invite you to find out more about our partners and sponsors and their association with Komische Oper Berlin by sending a E-Mail to Verena Thole Fundraising & Sponsoring.

Komische Oper Berlin is dedicated to providing each Corporate Partner with a unique and imaginative sponsorship package tailored to fulfil your specific marketing, entertaining and corporate relations needs.

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