Picture: Jan Windszus Photography
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese
Picture: Iko Freese
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese / drama-berlin.de
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de

Peter Renz

The tenor was a member of the Dresden Kreuzchor and was offered an engagement at the Staatsoperette Dresden whilst still studying singing at the Dresden Music Academy. Following on from this, he became a member of the Potsdam and Magdeburg theatres, where he played the parts of Belmonte, Don Ottavio, and Tamino. He has been a permanent guest at the Komische Oper Berlin since 1985, where he has sung such roles as that of David in »The Master Singers of Nuremberg«. In 1986, the tenor became a member of the soloist ensemble at the Metropol Theater Berlin. Here he was involved in almost all operetta productions. In 1998, Peter Renz moved to the Komische Oper Berlin, performing in such roles as the Dance Master in »Ariadne on Naxos«, Dr Blind in »The Bat«, Remendado in »Carmen«, Bardolph in »Falstaff«, Mr Upfold in »Albert Herring«, Truffaldino in »The Love for Three Oranges«, Boni in »The Riviera Girl«, Prince John in »Robin Hood«, Second Gangster in »Kiss me, Kate«, Sigismund Sülzheimer in »The White Horse Inn«, and Don Curzio in »The Marriage of Figaro«.

Ball at the Savoy

, Archibald, valet to Aristides/Pomerol, head waiter at the »Savoy«/Pierre, conférencier at the »Savoy«
Feb '17
Mo
Mar '17
Fr
We
Sa
Apr '17
Sa
Su
Su

Carmen

Dancairo
Mar '17
Sa
Fr

Les Contes d'Hoffmann

Andrès/Spalanzani/ Pitichinaccio
Mar '17
Su

Orpheus

Amor
Jun '17
Fr
Mo
Jul '17
Sa
Mo
Su

The Coronation of Poppea

Amor
Apr '17
Sa
May '17
Sa
Fr
Fr
Jun '17
Sa

The Magic Flute

Monostatos
May '17
Su

The Pearls of Cleopatra

Marcus Antonius, Kophra
Jul '17
We

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
What is the »Opera-O-mat«? A question-and-answer tool designed to facilitate selection of a successful night at the opera.
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.
Director Barrie Kosky presents Offenbach's surreal and fantastical story as the disturbing nightmare of an artist who is in danger of losing ever more of his own self ... Watch the trailer here!
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