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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
During the winter holidays and on 11, 12 February
Wanderlust ... A project and two performances
Young people aged 13 and over are invited on tours to learn about Berlin's urban ecosystem with architects, anthropologists and artists and transform it into an "installation": The winter holiday week will be filled with musical and theatrical improvisation, group composition and interpretation, scenic interpretation, creative writing with a focus on science fiction literature, and the design and construction of costumes and scenic objects.

Winter holiday project

Performances

We are looking for you!
Play clubs, participation projects, opera mice & Co.
It may be cold outside, snowing or raining: Winter brings some exciting projects to the Junge Deutsche Oper ... And we would like to invite you to apply soon! We look forward to seeing you again or getting to know you for the first time while playing, improvising, making music and doing musical theatre.

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Generation Performance on 27 February 2022
La Boheme
More opera is hardly possible ... Listen to and see Andrei Danilov, Philipp Jekal, Samuel Dale Johnson, Byung Gil Kim, Elena Tsallagova, Mané Galoyan and others in Götz Friedrich's masterly direction. Ivan Repusic conducts. Duration: 2:30 hours | recommended from 12

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For young and old on 23 January 2022
The Magic Flute
Conductor: Dominic Limburg; Directed by Günter Krämer; With Patrick Guetti, Andrei Danilov, Aigul Khismatullina, Valeriia Savinskaia, Flurina Stucki, Karis Tucker, Gina Perregrino, Meechot Marrero, Philipp Jekal and others; Duration: 3:00 hours | recommended for ages 10 and over

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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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Our School and Family Concert on 20 June 2022
The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
With this project by the Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and the Junge Deutsche Oper, we continue the Britten cycle of works. Accompanying the concert there will be an instrument exhibition to try out in the foyer.

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New dates in spring and early summer
Expedition Tirili... When the opera comes to day-care centres
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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Digital instrument presentation
The tuba
In this tuba talk with Vikentios Gionanidis, Emilio Potratz from the Young Chorus learns many surprising facts about brass, banda and bass tuba: mouth modulations, circular breathing or sound spectra (gentle-romantic to powerful-dangerous) - and who would have thought that the tuba is a real Berliner?

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Our Introduction to instruments

The neverending story
The paradoxical thing about childhood is that it survives well into adulthood. This is why grown-ups relate emotionally to their own childhood and to different degrees – perhaps to a stronger degree if they are closely involved with children in their capacity as parent, grandparent or teacher. Childhood is wedged in our adult lives like the tiny splinter wedged in Kay’s heart in the SNOW QUEEN fairy tale.

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Classroom orchestral music
An opera without an orchestra? Unthinkable! The musicians from the Deutsche Oper Berlin orchestra usually disappear into the orchestra pit during performances, but otherwise they are very happy to make contact with their audience. Pupils can attend rehearsals and talk to musicians, and at events such as concert workshops or music theatre days they can also engage in more intensive exchanges.

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