Art & Culture – Berlin
Deutsche OperAll the opera "greats" – from "Magic Flute" to "La Traviata", Wagner's "Ring" to Puccini's "Tosca" – are among the repertoire of the Deutsche Oper in Charlottenburg, where a top orchestra and renowned world stars ensure that every performance is one to remember. The largest of the Berlin opera houses is renowned for its excellent acoustics and for the fact that every seat has a wonderful view of the stage.
Unter den Linden National OperaThe classical building was Germany's first free-standing theatre and was originally the "Royal Opera House" of Friedrich II, planned as part of the historical ensemble of buildings known as the Forum Fridericianum. The opera house plays host to top international directors and has a broad repertoire with highlights from the pre-Mozart era and modern opera.
The Comic OperaThe smallest of Berlin's opera houses is home to "realistic" music theatre: the works are performed in German, and detours into light operetta are all part of the programme concept.
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