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As Herodias in SALOME
Gabriele Schnaut
Gabriele Schnaut has sung the great female roles, is fully versed in Wagnerian heroines and was appointed Kammersängerin in Bavaria. In Strauss’s SALOME she sings Herodias, an operatic character of singular meanness. Here she talks of vengeance, abuse and the art of finding her own angle on a protagonist.

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22nd and 23rd February 2019 / Wilmersdorfer Arcaden
“Best of Opera” costume sale
Opulent or filigree, gaudily plumed or wispy and minimalist – the costumes of the Deutsche Oper Berlin are as rich and varied as its staged production. You now have an opportunity to view a selection of costumes and props in an exhibition running from 4th to 23rd February 2019. Shortly before the Carnival festivities we invite you to a sale of uniforms, tailcoats, dresses, ballet costumes, hats and wigs from the opera house inventory.

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Our video highlights

Video – 03:37 min

„La Sonnambula“ – Premiere on 26 January 2019

Video – 02:09 min

Back on stage: „Carmen“

Video – 02:05 min

Back on stage: „Boris Godunov“

Video – 1:40 min

100 Seconds with ... Matthew Newlin

LA SONNAMBULA – Premiere 26 January 2019
We sleepwalkers
At times of upheaval many yearn for bygone times while others seek refuge in dream worlds. In the estimation of Lars Gebhardt, Bellini’s ostensibly naïve opera LA SONNAMBULA goes closer to the bone than we might suspect.

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New in our blog – THE DWARF, Premiere on 24 March
The mockery of others
Enslaved, laughed at, excluded: where would opera be without the harlot, the orphan, or the dwarf in Zemlinsky’s THE DWARF? Outsiders are the true heroes, says dramaturg Sebastian Hanusa

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Back on our stage
Charles Castronovo
As of 12 February, Puccini's opera LA RONDINE will return to our repertoire. The piece tells the story of the courtesan Magda, known by all as "the swallow". She falls in love with the young and naive Ruggero, for whom she gives up her former life in sophisticated Paris to move out to the country. American tenor Charles Castronovo already played Ruggero for the premiere in March 2015, and he will take on this role once more.

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Art creates spaces for change – 9 November 2018
Berliner Erklärung der Vielen

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On 22 February 2019
Anna Smirnova as Turandot
Conductor: Andrea Battistoni; Director: Lorenzo Fioroni; With Anna Smirnova, Stefano La Colla, Meechot Marrero et al.

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From 12 February 2019
Ermonela Jaho in „La Rondine“
Conductor: John Fiore; Director: Rolando Villazón; Mith Ermonela Jaho, Alexandra Hutton, Charles Castronovo, Matthew Newlin, Stephen Bronk et al.

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