The Box Office is closed from Monday 9 July up to and including Monday 20 August is again open as of Tuesday 21 August. Tickets and season tickets are available online.
All opera’s of the 2017-18 season are available here from 13 July to 13 August.
The world's most beloved liar comes to life in Philippe Boesmans’ latest opera, after the wonderfully grim play by Joël Pommerat.
(Davin / Pommerat)
Mozart's early opera seria as a gothic thriller with a high #metoo content
(Manacorda / Kratzer)
Francis Poulenc’s opera about the martyrs of Compiègne. A surprising but poignant end-of-year show.
A contemporary diptych about the ambivalent psychology of prisoners and their "liberators", with stunning performances by Georg Nigl and Ángeles Blancas Gulin in the leading roles.
(Ollu / Breth)
The mother of all opera diptychs. Post-war southern Italy in all its sun-drenched poverty, passionate violence and musical glory.
(Pidò / Michieletto)
Wagner's Swan Knight opera, a 3,5 hour voyage into the heart of German Romanticism.
(Altinoglu / Py)
An imaginative Bartók diptych full of contrasts. Enter the notorious castle and a brothel with an eccentric clientele.
(Altinoglu / Coppens)
Two of the most beautiful love stories in world literature brought together in a multicultural music theatre performance.
(Akiki / Berg, Winkel)