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Young Opera:
We are here for you!
Welcome to the Young German Opera! Welcome to
our performances, workshops, projects and to a variety of experiences on stage and in the auditorium. We can hardly wait to reconquer all this together with you and you. Dates and offers are always announced in a timely manner via this website and our newsletter. We are looking forward to you and you!

Tamara Schmidt / schmidt@deutscheoperberlin.de
Leonie Arnhold / jungedeutscheoper@deutscheoperberlin.de
Sisko Trumpfheller / fsj-jungedeutscheoper@deutscheoperberlin.de

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Young Opera's performances

Schedule
4. 12, 21, 22 December 2020
Children' s ballet - The Nutcracker
It's Christmas Eve. After the wonderful festivities, little Klara falls into a deep sleep. She dreams of a fantastic journey to the fairytale sugar country, accompanied by the nutcracker, her most beautiful gift. Experience the fairytale ballet in a shortened version, danced by the children and young people of the Kinder Ballett Kompanie Berlin.

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7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 (classes) / 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27 (families) December 2020
The Snow Queen is back!
For generations, Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale has been an integral part of children's nursery rooms - and has inspired authors and composers. Now, in December, the Tischlerei (studio) of the Deutsche Oper Berlin will be transformed into the icy-cold world of the Snow Queen ... To book tickets for a school class, please contact info@deutscheoperberlin.de. If you want to buy tickets for your family, you can buy them directly in the webshop.

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When the opera comes to the daycare centers
Expedition TIRILI
For the "Mobile Musiktheater" we travel with light luggage, because we play in the day-care centres. New dates are planned for autumn 2020. You can find more information in the Kita newsletter.

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Loud! ...
Youth Production
Our big youth production LAUT! with professionals and teenagers from 14 years on could not come to the premiere in April. Now, we will continue! In September the rehearsals start. Whoever still wants to register is very welcome!

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Amateur opera: free time, family and friends

For projects on and behind the stage, children, young people and families with their ideas, their joy of playing and their curiosity are in demand. We will publish the club and music lab activities for the coming 2020/21 season in due course. See here what was on the schedule for the 19/20 season.

 

 

Our Get Involved activities
Classroom outing to the opera

We make your way to the opera easier and ensure that every visit is a lasting experience for your students and pupils. Become a sponsor class for a premiere or get to know us in workshops, on guided tours or in our performances. We will publish future projects at a later date. The projects of the past season may give you an impression of our activities.

 

 

Our options for school classes
A partner for teachers

What do school children need to know? And what does theatre involve? What ways of conveying information should you be using in class and which works are suitable for your pupils? How can musical theatre, as aesthetic and didactic creative principles, be woven into the school curriculum?

 

 

Our options for teachers
We are grateful for the great support
Our Children's chorus rehearsing in the Olympiastadion
Due to the Infection Protection Act the children and youth chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin was not able to use the usual practice rooms on their own premises. The 150 chorus-members were missing a large enough rehearsal room, where the current hygiene regulations and distance rules could be met. The Olympiastadion Berlin was the salvation.
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7, 8* November – 26 (14.00* & 19.30) December 2020
Il barbiere di Siviglia
Rossini's brilliant music is combined on stage with the imaginative costumes of Guido Maria Kretschmer, the detailed stage sets of Momme Röhrbein and of course the lively and thoroughly vital production of Katharina Thalbach. *) Generational performances

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11, 13, 25, 27 December 2020
Hansel and Gretel
Andreas Homoki tells the story in a child-oriented and straightforward way. Together with Wolfgang Gussmann (stage sets and costumes), he contrasts the opulence of the music with a lightness and a poetic imagery that reaches its magical climax especially in the night scenes in the forest.

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Orchestral music at school
After the autumn holidays, orchestra musicians will visit your class, either alone or in small groups together with a Music theatre pedagogue. They will present their music, their instrument and themselves in 90-minute moderated discussion concerts ...

Our Introduction to instruments

Film project of the children and youth club / digital
Understand you!
You're supposed to understand each other! Yeah, right, but first listen carefully. How goes, how does understanding sound? The children's club with children from 9-12 years and the youth club for 14-18 year olds have joined forces and investigated understanding physically, with sounds, pictures and storytelling. The result is something unique: a joint short film, produced at a distance and presented on our homepage. To be seen from 20 June 2020, 7 p.m.

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Guided tours behind the scenes
We can also welcome guests backstage again and look forward to welcoming you and your school classes who would like to take a look behind the scenes on a guided tour through the opera house. Contact us and we will discuss the conditions with you and find a suitable date together.

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