from Thursday 7 to Sunday 10 March 2024, 3 nights
Arrangement 29
Parsifal, R. Wagner, the 8.
Donald Runnicles - Philipp Stölzl
Irene Roberts,
Klaus Florian Vogt
The name Klaus Florian Vogt (*1970) is certainly known to all Wagnerians, as the tenor is one of the Wagner specialists of our time. In the dramatic roles of "Lohengrin," "Parsifal" or "Tannhäuser," he has caused quite a stir to this day. These and other Wagner roles have brought him to the great stages of our time, from the Vienna State Opera to the New York Met. Since 2007, Vogt has appeared almost continuously at the Bayreuth Festival, and in the new production of the "Ring" (originally planned for 2020) he will take on the role of Siegmund.
The repertoire of the native North German is, however, much more complex and, in addition to Wagner, includes, for example, the role of Florestan in Beethoven’s only opera "Fidelio" or that of Paul in Korngold’s "Die tote Stadt." Vogt, who was awarded the ECHO-Klassik prize as Artist of the Year (2012), has also enjoyed international success in lied and chamber music. Most recently, the singer can be heard in the CD recording of the Beethoven symphonies by the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen under Parvo Järvi as soloist alongside Christiane Oelze, Maria Lang and Matthias Goerne in the 9th symphony - incidentally, he also took on this role for the 2021 New Year’s Concert of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.
Klaus Florian Vogt, Jordan Shanahan, Günther Groissböck, Joachim Goltz, Andrew Harris
Deutsche Oper
The Queen of Spades
P. I. Tchaikovsky
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) wrote down most of the opera "Queen of Spades" in only 44 days. The premiere became a great success - which continues to this day.
The opera tells the story of an old countess who was involved in the Paris card-playing scene in her youth, her granddaughter Lisa, who loves the soldier Hermann but is engaged to another man, and Hermann.
Hermann learns of the Countess’s life story, according to which she knew three winning cards, but would die at the hands of the person to whom she told the secret, along with her husband and her lover. Hermann senses a chance for wealth in this, as he believes he can win Lisa over in this way. He breaks into the Countess’s house and demands that the fortune cards be revealed. The Countess refuses, but dies of shock during Hermann’s threats. Lisa, who has rushed from the tumult, subsequently rejects Hermann, but later agrees to flee for a life together with him. Meanwhile, Hermann hallucinates about the three cards and, delirious, puts gambling above love for Lisa, who subsequently takes her own life. After initial wins, Hermann loses everything to the Queen of Spades card in the third game, ending his life.
The Queen of Spades, P. I. Tchaikovsky, the 9.
Sebastian Weigle - Sam Brown
Sondra Radvanovsky, Hanna Schwarz, Annika Schlicht, Martin Muehle, Lucio Gallo, Thomas Lehman
Deutsche Oper

Hotel informations for Berlin 29
Berlin, Hotel de Rome Berlin, Hotel de Rome
Hotel de Rome *****
The Hotel de Rome ***** is one of the rare luxury establishments of Berlin to pride itself on occupying an historic place. Situated on the Bebelsplatz, very near the Unter den Linden Avenue, this magnificent hotel, from the Rocco Forte chain has known how to emphasize the neoclassic architecture of the building by its interior design combining classicism and modernism. The Hotel de Rome then rapidly set itself as an exceptional place and an essential stay.
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Regent Berlin *****
The Regent Hotel Berlin ***** will delight you with its dignified comfort and its excellent service. Those looking for discreet luxury are in the right place. The house with its unsurpassable view of the Gendarmenmarkt is located in Charlottenstraße in Berlin’s historic Mitte district. From here it is only a few steps to the most popular attractions and venues. Luxurious fabrics and classic Biedermeier furniture lend the 156 rooms and 39 suites of the luxury hotel an atmosphere of timeless elegance. Each room has been individually decorated and offers a pleasant feeling of living with its warm colors. In the newly opened in 2018 Casual Dining Restaurant, the Berlin salon culture of the 19th century. Kitchen director Jörg Lawerenz and his team are happy to provide you with culinary delicacies.
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Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Berlin ****
Located a 3-minute walk from the Staatsoper Unter den Linden and facing the Pierre Boulez Saal, the Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Hotel Berlin **** has 208 rooms, a grill restaurant and a spa with an authentic Turkish hamman. The decor of the rooms is warm with a “note” of opera in each as once the costumes and sets were created and kept in this place.

All-inclusive price per person for Berlin 29
Single room/ night
Hotel de Rome
1.680,- Euro
120-320,- Euro
Regent Berlin
1.220,- Euro
80-180,- Euro
Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Berlin
On request
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The price includes
Overnights including breakfast, good opera tickets, travel cancellation expenses insurance.