Berlin - Deutsche Oper Berlin

From the beginning in 1912, the history of the Deutsche Oper Berlin at Bismarckstrasse strongly reflected the history of the city of Berlin. Probably the greatest mark was left by the night of November 23, 1943, when bombs destroyed the original building of the "Deutsches Opernhaus", halting temporarily a promising artistic development. After the opening of the "Deutsches Opernhaus" on November 7, 1912, the opera quickly became a popular and well-known opera house for the people. The opera's management decided to engage only the world's top-class conductors and excellent singers - a tradition that continues until today. Origin & Historical Landmarks 1912 Opening of the Deutsche Oper in Bismarckstrasse 1925 Bruno Walter takes over as Intendant 1943 Severe damage to the theatre caused by air raids, with rebuilding work and limited performances still being performed. 1954 Carl Ebert takes over as General Manager. Restores the ensemble principal. 1961 Newly designed building is opened with Mozart's Don Giovanni. This coincides with the erection of the Berlin Wall which effectively meant that Deutsche was the only sourced of opera for those living in West Berlin. 1965 Lorin Maazel becomes the youngest General Music Director 1977 Gotz Friedrich becomes Artistic Director & General Manager. Died in 2000. 2000 Udo Zimmermann becomes General Manager. 2003 Kirsten Harms becomes the first female General Manager of Deutsche Oper. ...Show All

Programme Philharmonie | Deutsche Oper | Staatsoper Unter den Linden

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Carmen (Bizet)

2019 > January 06 | 11 February 09 | 17 | 21 June 19 | 22

Hamlet (Thomas)

NEW PRODUCTION
2019 > June 24 | 27 | 29

Rigoletto (Verdi)

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2019 > June 02 | 08 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 26 | 29

Tristan und Isolde (Wagner)

2019 > June 15 | 20 | 25 | 28

Price guide

3-Day Tour Price Indication [per person]
From £859.00
Includes: round-trip economy airline tickets, 2-nights accommodation in 4-star hotel [based on two people sharing a double room], breakfast buffet, top-category ticket four one performance, opera synopsis, city map, restaurant recommendations.

Opera In Style's Favourite Hotels

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    Best Western Hotel President
    Berlin

    Located only three minutes away from Kaufhaus des Westens and the Kurfürstendamm. Good value and conveniently located for Deutsche Oper and Schiller Theater, as well as Potsdamer Platz, Tiergarten, the victory column, and the Brandenburg Gate.

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    Henri Hotel Berlin
    Berlin

    Long-standing favourite of our clients. Now under new ownership by Henri Group. Very good-value 4-Star hotel, located on Meinekestrasse, a side street just off the busy main boulevard of Kurfürstendamm. Very convenient location for Deutsche Oper and popular shopping area.

  • Maritim proArte Berlin Hotel
    Berlin

    Good 4-star contemporary-style hotel close to Unter den Linden and the Staatsoper Unter den Linden. Renovated in 2007.

  • Steigenberger Hotel Berlin
    Berlin

    The Steigenberger Hotel Berlin is a superior 4-star hotel located on Los-Angeles-Platz, in a quiet park-like setting in the center of the City West – only a 5-minute walk from Kurfürstendamm. The Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and Checkpoint Charlie can be reached within 20 to 25 minutes using public transport. The Deutsche Oper and Staatsoper im Schiller theatres are just 5-7 mins by taxi. This is is a modern well-managed hotel offering : -Free WiFi -Spa & Fitmess area -24-hour room service -Restaurant & Bar -Swimming Pool

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    Westin Grand Hotel
    Berlin

    Very good 5-star hotel, located next to the Komishce oper and close to Staatsoper unter den Linden.