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Season 19/20:
Dear Readers,
We are very excited to present you with a season that invites you to Meyerbeer Days, Italian Weeks or Wagner Days with premieres such as LA FORZA DEL DESTINO, HEART CHAMBER, QUEEN OF SPADES, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, ANTIKRIST and DAS RHEINGOLD.

With our subscriptions, as of 21 March you can enjoy the opportunity to put together your own personal play schedule before general pre-sale on 29 April 2019.

Happy browsing,
Yours, Dietmar Schwarz!

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4 September – 2 October 2019
Viva Italia!
No country has defined opera as much as Italy, nowhere else have so many masterpieces been created. That is why the Deutsche Oper Berlin is dedicating an entire month to Italian opera. The concert premiere of ADRIANA LECOUVREUR with Anna Netrebko is opening up the season together with LA FORZA DEL DESTINO. CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA/PAGLIACCI with Roberto Alagna among others, UN BALLO IN MASCHERA and LA TRAVIATA with Piotr Beczala, and NABUCCO with Maria Guleghina will also be performed.

Adriana Lecouvreur ...

La Traviata et al.

starting 14 September 2019
Music of the future
Premieres are written with a capital 'P' at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. On the big stage, composer Chaya Czernowin includes the entire audience space in her work HEART CHAMBER with the latest acoustic technology. At the Tischlerei, young Berlin native Malte Giesen dares to enter the Wolf's Glen in WOLFSSCHLUCHT. And six exciting composers of our time draw inspiration from the sketches by Greek avant-gardist Jani Christou: THE PROJECT – ONCE TO BE REALISED.

Wolf's Glen

The Project

Giuseppe Verdi – 8 September 2019
La forza del destino
Conductor: Paolo Carignani; Director: Frank Castorf; With Stephen Bronk, María José Siri, Markus Brück, Russell Thomas, Agunda Kulaeva, Marko Mimica, Misha Kiria et al.

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Chaya Czernowin – 15 November 2019
Heart Chamber
Conductor: Johannes Kalitzke; Director: Claus Guth; With Patrizia Ciofi, Noa Frenkel, Frauke Aulbert, Dietrich Henschel, Terry Wey et al.

About the performance

Starting up

It is a beloved tradition to begin our season with performances at a flat rate. This year we invite you to Mozart's DON GIOVANNI (recommended for ages 16 and up) at the price of €25.00 per seat. In Roland Schwab's pitch-black rendition, this tempter of all tempters moves through the world of women, while our ensemble around Samuel Dale Johnson and Seth Carico follow Mozart and Schwab's every word.



Don Giovanni – 30 August; 1 September
Icy dreams for children

"The Snow Queen" is one of Hans Christian Andersen's most beloved fairy tales. In the Advent season the Tischlerei will turn into a kingdom of ice and snow to tell the tale of Kay and Gerda. The music is written by young Australian Samuel Penderbayne. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

The Snow Queen – 22 November 2019
On the course of discovery

Treasures are found here: at the Deutsche Oper Berlin there are always operas on the schedule that are yet to be discovered. This time it's ANTIKRIST by Danish eccentric Rued Langgaard, in a new production directed by Ersan Mondtag. Likewise promising: the concert performance of Jules Massenet's lyrical masterwork THAIS.

Antikrist – 21 March 2020
The poetry in a manhole cover
Christoph Niemann first discovered opera in a building. For his current campaign he is finding opera in the city …
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Piotr I. Tchaikovsky – 9 May 2019
Pikowaja Dama
Conductor: Sebastian Weigle; Director: Graham Vick; With Martin Muehle (photo), Sondra Radvanovsky, Hanna Schwarz, Seth Carico, Thomas Lehman, Judit Kutasi et al.

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Richard Wagner – 12 June 2020
Das Rheingold
Conductor: Donald Runnicles; Director: Stefan Herheim (photo); With Derek Welton, Padraic Rowan, Robert Watson, Thomas Blondelle, Markus Brück, Andrew Harris, Tobias Kehrer, Annika Schlicht, Flurina Stucki, Judit Kutasi et al.

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November 2019 and January 2020
Great Britten
With his Britten cycle, Donald Runnicles has won many new fans for the operas of Britain's most important composer. As it continues with A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM there will be a reunion with the celebrated production of DEATH IN VENICE with Ian Bostridge and Seth Carico.

Midsummer Night's Dream

Death in Venice

2 February – 8 March 2020
Best of Meyerbeer
In recent years the Deutsche Oper Berlin was the first opera house in the world to show a cycle of the most important operas by Giacomo Meyerbeer. Now you can experience the two masterpieces LES HUGUENOTS and LE PROPHETE – as well as the concert performance of his DINORAH.

Les Huguenots

Le Prophète

1 – 31 May 2020
Wagner mania in May
Before starting with RING, in May it will be possible to experience the house's Wagner sound in four operas by the master from Bayreuth: THE FLYING DUTCHMAN, PARSIFAL, TANNHÄUSER, TRISTAN AND ISOLDE.


Tristan und Isolde et al.