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Season 2019/2020
All premieres, repertoire performances, concerts and much more.

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In our blog – Performances from 22 November
Being Britten
The great tenor Peter Pears was Benjamin Britten's muse. Now Ian Bostridge is singing his darkest roles, Gustav von Aschenbach. Ian Bostridge is famous for his Schubert and many Britten interpretations. The British tenor will have his house debut at the Deutsche Oper Berlin with one of his most celebrated roles.

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Our video highlights

Video – 02:08 min / World premiere on 15 November 2019

"Heart Chamber": First stage reactions

Video – 04:11 min / Back on stage in November 2019

Seth Carico and Graham Vick about "Death in Venice"

Video – 02:24 min / Back on stage in June 2020

Som impressions from "La forza del destino"

Video – 01:40 min

100 Seconds with Meechot Marrero

An interview with Claus Guth
Psychedelic rollercoaster ride
For many years Claus Guth has been one of the world’s outstanding directors of opera, always on the lookout for present-day topicality and relevance in the classic repertory works. Yet he repeatedly finds that it is the new musical-theatre works of the 21st century that pose the trickiest challenges. Claus Guth is now about to stage “Heart Chamber”, a new opera by Chaya Czernowin, at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.

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To our world premiere – THE SNOW QUEEN, from 22 November 2019
Just climb over them!
THE SNOW QUEEN is about a girl who bursts the chains of cold. Hanna Plaß sings and acts the title role. In her mind, boundaries are for overcoming.

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Released on DVD
“Das Wunder der Heliane – Heliane’s Miracle”
The new production last year of “Heliane’s Miracle”, Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s neglected masterpiece, was not only a hit with Berliners and an international clientele of operagoers. In a poll of critics in “Opernwelt” the production was voted “Revival of the Year”, with “Heliane” or its singers being backed by critics in no less than eight other categories.

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World premiere on 15 November 2019
Making opera! Heart Chamber

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Back on stage from 22 November 2019
Death in Venice
Opera in two acts by Benjamin Britten; Conductor: Markus Stenz; Director: Graham Vick; With Ian Bostridge, Seth Carico, Tai Oney, Rauand Taleb et al.

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20 December 2019
Die Fledermaus
Operetta in three acts by Johann Strauß; Libretto by Karl Haffner and Richard Genée. With Burkhard Ulrich, Jacquelyn Wagner, Stephen Bronk, Jana Kurucová, Robert Watson, Philipp Jekal et al.

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