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Picture: Sebastian Hänel
Picture: Sebastian Hänel
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Picture: Iko Freese
Picture: Iko Freese
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Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de
Picture: Iko Freese/drama-berlin.de
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus
Picture: Monika Rittershaus

Christoph Späth

Christoph Späth was born in Berlin and studied at the Berlin University of the Arts, at the Oberlin Conservatory, and at Yale University in the USA. After two years in the ensemble of the Landestheater Altenburg, he worked as a freelance tenor and gave guest performances at the opera houses of Braunschweig, Amsterdam, Trieste, Palermo, and Lyon, among others. In 1993, he made his debut at the Salzburg Festival under Nikolaus Harnoncourt. In 1998 came his debut at the Munich Music Biennale, in the inaugural performance of Toshio Hokosawa's Visions of Lear. Späth has been closely connected to the Komische Oper Berlin as a guest since 1997, and became a member of the ensemble in 2002, appearing in such roles as Vašek in »The Bartered Bride«, Bob Boles in »Peter Grimes«, Jaquino in »Fidelio (1805)«, First Stranger in »The Cousin from Some-place-or-other«, the title role in »Robin Hood«, Pedrillo in »The Abduction from the Seraglio«, and the Prince in »The Love for Three Oranges«.

Ball at the Savoy

Marquis Aristide de Faublas
Feb '17
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My Fair Lady

Oberst Pickering
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Tonight or Never

Der Taxichauffeur
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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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