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Deutsche Oper Berlin: the two-for-one venue in May 2017
‘Two’s company’ in May at Berlin’s largest opera house: The Deutsche Oper Berlin

In 2015 star tenor Rolando Villazón, known also for his work as a director and a writer of novels, took on the challenge of staging a rarely performed opera: Puccini’s LA RONDINE. His production presents a struggle: against romantic love, against kitsch, against what the characters would call “true love”, but also a championing of liberty: liberty for the senses and sensuality, freedom for the body and emancipation for women in society.

Director and choreographer Christian Spuck, who impressed audiences at the Deutsche Oper Berlin in 2014 with his staging of Hector Berlioz’s DAMNATION OF FAUST, is returning to the Deutsche Oper Berlin to present Wagner’s story of the mysterious seafarer: THE FLYING DUTCHMAN premieres on 7th May 2017.

While the Parisian aristocracy dances, revolution is brewing in the palaces. ANDREA CHENIER portrays the riveting story of the triangular relationship between the servant and future leader, Gerard [George Gagnidze], the poet, Andrea Chénier [Marcelo Álvarez / Martin Muehle on 25th May] and the high-born Madeleine [María José Siri]. Performance dates: 13th, 17th, 21st and 25th May 2017.

Aleksandra Kurzak and Roberto Alagna are both sought-after guest singers at the great opera houses of the world. On 23rd and 27th May 2017 the two stars will team up for L’ELISIR D’AMORE.

Dramatic goings-on aboard the man-of-war, “Indomitable”, form the core of Benjamin Britten’s second “maritime” opera, BILLY BUDD. This visually arresting and musically intricate opera eschews sea-shanty romance and idyllic scenes, life on the high seas being rough and the rules of the all-male crew brutal. Dates: 24th to 26th May 2017.

Puccini’s TOSCA is a political thriller set in the period of Napoleonic conquest. It follows the fortunes of an opera diva and a painter struggling to pursue a doomed love affair against the machinations of a totalitarian regime. Audiences can look forward to María José Siri, Aleksandrs Antonenko and George Gagnidze on 28th May 2017.

The Deutsche Oper Berlin wishes all ClassicCard holders an exciting time at the opera!

In June 2017 the two-for-one venue switches to the Konzerthaus Berlin.