Volksoper Vienna – Schedule, Program & Tickets

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La bohème

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Puccini's opera tells the love story of Mimì and Rodolfo against the backdrop of the milieu of Parisian artists, students, seamstresses and prostitutes. For the poet Rodolfo and his artist friends, life is just a game to escape from the bourgeoisie. But when his newfound love Mimì is ill and dying, life takes on a different form and suddenly becomes very real.
© Volksoper Wien
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
© Volksoper Wien
With immortal songs like "Try it with comfort!" from the original soundtrack to the Disney film, The Jungle Book tells of unusual friendships.
Puccini's opera tells the love story of Mimì and Rodolfo against the backdrop of the milieu of Parisian artists, students, seamstresses and prostitutes. For the poet Rodolfo and his artist friends, life is just a game to escape from the bourgeoisie. But when his newfound love Mimì is ill and dying, life takes on a different form and suddenly becomes very real.
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
© Volksoper Wien
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
Joseph Haydn „Die Schöpfung“
© Volksoper Wien
With immortal songs like "Try it with comfort!" from the original soundtrack to the Disney film, The Jungle Book tells of unusual friendships.
Puccini's opera tells the love story of Mimì and Rodolfo against the backdrop of the milieu of Parisian artists, students, seamstresses and prostitutes. For the poet Rodolfo and his artist friends, life is just a game to escape from the bourgeoisie. But when his newfound love Mimì is ill and dying, life takes on a different form and suddenly becomes very real.
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
Puccini's opera tells the love story of Mimì and Rodolfo against the backdrop of the milieu of Parisian artists, students, seamstresses and prostitutes. For the poet Rodolfo and his artist friends, life is just a game to escape from the bourgeoisie. But when his newfound love Mimì is ill and dying, life takes on a different form and suddenly becomes very real.
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
A piece with music in a prelude and eight scenes
based on John Gay's The Beggar's Opera
by Bertolt Brecht (lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music)
with the collaboration of Elisabeth Hauptmann
After a night in the forest, far away from their parents, the siblings Hansel and Gretel can't believe their eyes: a house made entirely of gingerbread! "Knuggle, crunch, Knäuschen, who's crunching my house?" - she still sounds friendly, but soon the evil Knusperwitch shows her true face: Hansel is locked in the cage. Will Gretel manage to save her brother?
Puccini's opera tells the love story of Mimì and Rodolfo against the backdrop of the milieu of Parisian artists, students, seamstresses and prostitutes. For the poet Rodolfo and his artist friends, life is just a game to escape from the bourgeoisie. But when his newfound love Mimì is ill and dying, life takes on a different form and suddenly becomes very real.
Operetta pope Volker Klotz describes Die Fledermaus as the “ne plus ultra of Viennese operetta”. The Volksoper is considered the most “Viennese” opera house in the city. So it is not surprising that we consider Johann Strauss's masterpiece to be our family silverware and cherish and care for every production of the work in our repertoire accordingly. No other work has been played more often at the Volksoper...
Operetta pope Volker Klotz describes Die Fledermaus as the “ne plus ultra of Viennese operetta”. The Volksoper is considered the most “Viennese” opera house in the city. So it is not surprising that we consider Johann Strauss's masterpiece to be our family silverware and cherish and care for every production of the work in our repertoire accordingly. No other work has been played more often at the Volksoper...