Nov
4
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Nov
29
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
6
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
13
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
16
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
19
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
22
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
23
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
27
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
4
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
11
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Apr
15
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
14
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Hiroshima, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
11
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Hiroshima, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
8
1:00 PM13:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
7
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
30
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
25
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
10
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
24
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
15
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
13
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
4
6:00 PM18:00

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
2
6:30 PM18:30

Don Giovanni

Don Juan, the epitome of the seducer, inspired Mozart to one of his most influential operas – frivolous, witty and profound all at once. In his version of Don Giovanni,director Herbert Fritsch »abandons the formal, virtuoso arrangement of nonsense« and »thereby gives the audience freedom of interpretation« [FAZ]. In doing so, he draws on the core of Don Juan and brings him to new life as a malicious harlequin – a loser, audacious, side-splittingly funny and irresistible all at once, framed by the delicate, utterly dark pinnacle of Mozartean music. A »fascinating and intelligent interpretation removed from all platitudes« [klassik.com].

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Jan
31
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
19
7:30 PM19:30

Don Giovanni

Don Juan, the epitome of the seducer, inspired Mozart to one of his most influential operas – frivolous, witty and profound all at once. In his version of Don Giovanni,director Herbert Fritsch »abandons the formal, virtuoso arrangement of nonsense« and »thereby gives the audience freedom of interpretation« [FAZ]. In doing so, he draws on the core of Don Juan and brings him to new life as a malicious harlequin – a loser, audacious, side-splittingly funny and irresistible all at once, framed by the delicate, utterly dark pinnacle of Mozartean music. A »fascinating and intelligent interpretation removed from all platitudes« [klassik.com].

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