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Young Opera:
We are here for you!
Wandering behind the scenes, visiting an opera, trying out a new piece of music theatre in the Tischlerei, letting the imagination run wild in rehearsal rooms, welcoming artists into daycare centres, improvising with musicians in youth centres and singing with singers in your school: We want to explore with young people how we play, experiment and express ourselves through music theatre: in live concerts, performances, youth clubs and participatory projects.

Evi Nakou / nakou@deutscheoperberlin.de
Hanna Laurisch, Katja Wischniewski / jungedeutscheoper@deutscheoperberlin.de
Lara Wentz / fsj-jungedeutscheoper@deutscheoperberlin.de

Young Opera's performances

Schedule
Back on stage on 30 September, 2, 10, 15 October
Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream
No sooner has he been called than Puck comes swooping in. The sprite’s job is to help his master, Oberon, King of the Fairies, to play a mean trick on his wife, Tytania. But in the course of carrying out his task, he manages to create one of the greatest love-based entanglements in the history of world literature ... A production by Ted Huffman.

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World premiere on 24 September 2021 / 15+
Passers-by
A dark street, two people walk past. A third observes them - and wonders: Is it play? An escape? Is there danger? And do I intervene? The question of sympathy and civil courage arises and one is provoked to leave the everyday fluff of comfort. Franz Kafka describes this scene in a short prose fragment and thus provided the starting point for the music theatre "Die Vorüberlaufenden" by composer Andrej Koroliov, librettist Gerhild Steinbuch and director Theresa von Halle.

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Digital instrument presentation
Do you know the harp?
Shirin Bazyan from the Children's Club wanted to know exactly and visited Virginie Gout-Zschäbitz and Maria Smirnova from the Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin ...

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When the opera comes to the day-care centres
Expedition Tirili
For the " Mobile musical theatre" we travel with light luggage, without elaborate stage design, because we play locally, in the kindergartens. Children are a great audience: open, curious, enthusiastic. They miss neither curtain nor orchestra and have no firm idea of how an audience should behave.

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TUSCH - Theatre and School

What are you passionate about and what are you prepared to put up with? The pupils of our TUSCH partner school Peter-Ustinov-Schule in Charlottenburg not only asked themselves these questions, but also the staff of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. During a project week in January 2021, they developed their own artistic project under the direction of theatre pedagogue Elly Jarvis and video artist Kalma. They showed the results of this digital project week at the TUSCH Festival in March.

 

 

www.tusch-berlin.de
TUKI - Theatre and Daycare

Normally, stage director Franziska Seeberg and theatre pedagogue Lisa Schwabe go to our TUKI partner day care centre Kastanienallee Westend every week, and explore music, theatre and the everyday space of the day care centre with the children there. During these special times, the work takes place primarily at a distance - and in the living room of the families! The TUKI artists have come up with numerous play ideas, videos and theatre experiments that invite you to try them out.

 

 

www.tuki-berlin.de
A partner for teachers

Which teaching formats do you need in your lessons? How can you integrate music theatre as aesthetic and pedagogical creative principles into everyday school life? And how can we initiate artistic encounters and bring music theatre into the school in times of homeschooling, split classes and closed theatres? We develop a tailor-made programme for you and your class.

 

 

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Take a look behind the scenes, watch rehearsals, experience the journey from conception to premiere: The new YouTube channel of the Junge Deutsche Oper and the Children's Chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin is a wonderful place to browse through numerous trailers and documentaries of projects from recent years. Have fun!    
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Live again in December!
The Snow Queen
Music-making flowers, a croaking clarinet, a tuba reindeer and the eerily beautiful synthesiser world of the Snow Queen are just some of the ingredients for this musical theatre in which the children are right up close to the action.

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An autumn holiday project
Scary!
For the autumn holidays we are planning the project UNHEIMLICH! for children between 8 and 12 years in cooperation with the Haus für Poesie.

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Digital Instrument Presentation
The Oboe
Children's choir singer Ben-Jios Bressel visited Juan Pechuán Ramirez and Iveta Hylasova Bachmannová and learned exciting things about breathing acrobatics, cheek muscle training and weird sounds, before suddenly finding himself in the middle of a bamboo blowpipe craft workshop...

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Digital Instrument Presentation
The Violoncello
Cellos can grow very old, and tell of deep feelings in opera music: Clara from our children's chorus visits four cellists of our orchestra.

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Digital Instrument Presentation
The Trumpet
Mozart didn't like trumpets and playing the trumpet without a trumpet sounds pretty strange. Pauline from our children's chorus takes you to meet the trumpeters of the orchestra.

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