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The scholarship of the Patrons of the Deutsche Oper Berlin e. V. enables young artists of all nations (not older than 30) to get to know the work processes at an opera house. The scholarship holders can work with musical trainers and artistic directors at the Deutsche Oper and can perform on stage in smaller parts.

  • Siobhan Stagg (Sopran)
  • Ronnita Miller (Mezzo-Sopran)
  • Matthew Newlin (Tenor)
  • Attilio Glaser (Tenor)
  • John Parr (Pianoforte)

Richard Strauss
Ständchen (Stagg)
Breit über mein Haupt (Glaser)
Du meines Herzens Krönlein (Stagg)
Schön sind, doch kalt die Himmelssterne (Stagg)
Heimliche Aufforderung (Glaser)
Morgen (Stagg)
Cäcilie (Glaser)

Edward Elgar
Sea Pictures (Miller)
1. Sea Slumber-Song
2. In Haven (Capri)
3. Sabbath Morning at Sea
4. Where Corals Lie
5. The Swimmer

Benjamin Britten
Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo (Newlin)
1. Sonetto XVI
2. Sonetto XXXI
3. Sonetto XXX
4. Sonetto LV
5. Sonetto XXXVIII
6. Sonetto XXXII
7. Sonetto XXIV

Gustave Charpentier
“Depuis le Jour” (Louise) (Stagg)

Charles Gounod
“Ah! Lève-toi, Soleil” (Romeo et Juliette) (Newlin)

Camille Saint-Saëns
“Mon Cœur s'ouvre à ta voix” (Samson et Dalila) (Miller)

Giuseppe Verdi
“Ella mi fu rapita” (Rigoletto) (Glaser)
“È il sol dell'anima” (Rigoletto) (Glaser, Stagg)

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Excellent acoustics and lines of sight provide the setting for exceptional musical theatre; the opera’s spacious foyers are gathering places for the capital’s lovers of high culture.
International stars, a first class ensemble and directors of distinction present a repertoire ranging from Mozart to modern-day opera and encompassing Verdi, Wagner, Puccini, Strauss, Meyerbeer, Berlioz and Britten. The orchestra headed by Donald Runnicles is world famous and a regular guest at the Musikfest Berlin and the BBC Proms. Intendant since 2012 has been Dietmar Schwarz. Among his achievements has been the development of the “Tischlerei” into an institution for participatory musical theatre and premieres of new works

2017 February 1st, 20h
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