The very popular Opera for Families series stimulates children’s and young people’s fantasy and creativity. This project, which is only made possible by very generous support from our sponsors, makes it easy for families to enjoy an opera together. Every adult purchasing a ticket can apply for THREE FREE TICKETS (subject to availability) for children and young people under the age of 19. Operas in the series are family friendly.
Engelbert Humperdinck’s fairy tale opera Königskinder/Royal Children does not have a happy ending but is still one of the most beautiful operas of the turn of the century. This new production, conducted by General Music Director Sebastian Weigle, tells the heart breaking story about a love that is destined to fail. Masterpieces by two Italian composers are also on offer: Verdi’s La Traviata and Don Carlo and Puccini’s La Bohème all emotional works about the power of love. Come and find out more by bringing your family to one of the Opera for Families afternoon performances.
These events, which we hope will make such a strong impression on young people that they will want to come again, enhance our substantial education programme.
We thank the Deutsche Bank for their generous support over the years – it is they who have made this series possible.
La Bohème by Giacomo Puccini on September 16th 2012, 3:30pm, suitable for children aged 10 and over
Königskinder (Royal Children) by Engelbert Humperdinck on October 14th 2012, 6pm, suitable for children aged 8 and over
La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi on January 6th 2013, 3:30pm, suitable for children aged 10 and over
Don Carlo by Giuseppe Verdi on May 5th 2013, 3:30pm, suitable for children aged 10 and over
- Welcome to the 2014/15 season
- Season Calendar
- New Productions 2014/2015
- Revivals 2014/2015
- Recitals 2014/2015
- Concerts 2014/2015
- NOW! Opera for you / Events for children and young people 2014/2015
- Special Events 2014/2015
- Cast Changes
- Ensemble, guest artists and teams
- The orchestra
- Opera Studio
Opera for Families 2012/2013
today at 16:00 h
The (Female) Passenger)
today at 19:00 h
Podium Discussion after The (female) Passenger
today at 22:30 h