Berlin Opera - Program & Tickets

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Th 19:30
Il barbiere di Sevilla
The story is turbulent: an old grudge wants to marry his ward to get his considerable inheritance, and takes every conceivable precaution to block the pretty Rosina the way to the outside world - and thus possible young lovers. But Count Almaviva has long since discovered his love for her.
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"What have I to do with heroes and immortal characters? In such environment I do not like it. I'm not the musician of big things, I feel the little things, and only they love me to handle. ... that's how I liked Manon because she was a girl of heart and not anymore. "(Giacomo Puccini)
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@Bettina Stöss
Hansel and Gretel are the children of a poor broombinder and his wife. One day, when they play cocky instead of doing their job, the mother sends her into the forest as a punishment to collect berries. Shortly thereafter, the father comes home after a successful day and with a basket full of delicious things home. He reproaches his wife for the children, because in the forest a dangerous witch is up to mischief.
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Hansel and Gretel are the children of a poor broombinder and his wife. One day, when they play cocky instead of doing their job, the mother sends her into the forest as a punishment to collect berries. Shortly thereafter, the father comes home after a successful day and with a basket full of delicious things home. He reproaches his wife for the children, because in the forest a dangerous witch is up to mischief.
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"What have I to do with heroes and immortal characters? In such environment I do not like it. I'm not the musician of big things, I feel the little things, and only they love me to handle. ... that's how I liked Manon because she was a girl of heart and not anymore. "(Giacomo Puccini)
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"Champagne is in debt, tralalalala" - after a long night of confusion and erotic slip-up, the protagonists in Johann Strauss's FLEDERMAUS finally agree. But guilt is not only the alcohol, but confusion mainly causes the intrigue of the humiliated Dr.. Hawk, who was once exposed in a bat costume to the ridicule of small town society and now takes his chance to avenge his 'good friend', the bon vivant Gabriel von Eisenstein.
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"Va, pensiero, sull'ali dorate" - "Fly, Thought, on Golden Wings" - when the choir of the Milan Scala for the first time on March 9, 1842, the lines of the Hebrew choir in the third act of Giuseppe Verdi's new opera NABUCCO intoned he wrote a piece of music history. The "prisoner's choir" is still considered by many Italians to be the national anthem of their country and the young composer became the hope of the opera scene.
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Hansel and Gretel are the children of a poor broombinder and his wife. One day, when they play cocky instead of doing their job, the mother sends her into the forest as a punishment to collect berries. Shortly thereafter, the father comes home after a successful day and with a basket full of delicious things home. He reproaches his wife for the children, because in the forest a dangerous witch is up to mischief.
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Hansel and Gretel are the children of a poor broombinder and his wife. One day, when they play cocky instead of doing their job, the mother sends her into the forest as a punishment to collect berries. Shortly thereafter, the father comes home after a successful day and with a basket full of delicious things home. He reproaches his wife for the children, because in the forest a dangerous witch is up to mischief.
...
"Champagne is in debt, tralalalala" - after a long night of confusion and erotic slip-up, the protagonists in Johann Strauss's FLEDERMAUS finally agree. But guilt is not only the alcohol, but confusion mainly causes the intrigue of the humiliated Dr.. Hawk, who was once exposed in a bat costume to the ridicule of small town society and now takes his chance to avenge his 'good friend', the bon vivant Gabriel von Eisenstein.
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"Va, pensiero, sull'ali dorate" - "Fly, Thought, on Golden Wings" - when the choir of the Milan Scala for the first time on March 9, 1842, the lines of the Hebrew choir in the third act of Giuseppe Verdi's new opera NABUCCO intoned he wrote a piece of music history. The "prisoner's choir" is still considered by many Italians to be the national anthem of their country and the young composer became the hope of the opera scene.
...
The story is turbulent: an old grudge wants to marry his ward to get his considerable inheritance, and takes every conceivable precaution to block the pretty Rosina the way to the outside world - and thus possible young lovers. But Count Almaviva has long since discovered his love for her.
...
Tormenting doubts and crippling depressions accompanied the genesis of Giacomo Puccini's last opera TURANDOT. From the initially diffused fear of being unable to finish his opera, Puccini urged himself and his librettist duo Giuseppe Adami and Renato Simoni to hurry. It was to be a new beginning, born of a compositional crisis, into which the musical developments, indeed upheavals of the present had thrown him, a liberation, a departure to new shores.
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"Champagne is in debt, tralalalala" - after a long night of confusion and erotic slip-up, the protagonists in Johann Strauss's FLEDERMAUS finally agree. But guilt is not only the alcohol, but confusion mainly causes the intrigue of the humiliated Dr.. Hawk, who was once exposed in a bat costume to the ridicule of small town society and now takes his chance to avenge his 'good friend', the bon vivant Gabriel von Eisenstein.
...
"Champagne is in debt, tralalalala" - after a long night of confusion and erotic slip-up, the protagonists in Johann Strauss's FLEDERMAUS finally agree. But guilt is not only the alcohol, but confusion mainly causes the intrigue of the humiliated Dr.. Hawk, who was once exposed in a bat costume to the ridicule of small town society and now takes his chance to avenge his 'good friend', the bon vivant Gabriel von Eisenstein.
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