from Friday 29 March to Monday 1st April 2024, 3 nights
Arrangement 34, Eastern
La Bohème
G. Puccini
When Giacomo Puccini read Henri Murger’s work Les scènes de la vie de bohème in 1893, he was immediately taken with the freshness, youth, passion, cheerfulness and love with all its joys and sufferings. Puccini (1858-1924) immediately recognized the ideal material for an opera. The libretto was written by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica, who had already worked successfully with the composer for Manon Lescaut.
Puccini worked out the depth of the characters in detail in his Bohème: Important moments were meticulously composed and text and music form an incomparable unity. Puccini completely attuned the themes to the action, in which lyrical-sentimental parts contrast excellently with humorous, lively parts. Since he was a genius at writing precisely for the human voice, his operas, above all "La Bohème", were a great success because of their incomparably beautiful melodies. Famous arias like "Che gelida manina" or "Sì. Mi chiamano Mimì" can also be found on opera samplers due to the intensity of the transported feelings or are a fixed component of concert evenings.
The stage-effective piece, first performed in Turin in 1896, with its impressionistic features around the poet Rodolfo and his beloved Mimì, who cannot escape poverty and misery in their Parisian attic, still brings tears of emotion to the eyes of the audience today. Puccini’s masterpiece is certainly one of the most original and magical operas ever written.
La Bohème, G. Puccini, the 30.
Giulio Cilona - Götz Friedrich
Sua Jo, Elisa Verzier, Attilio Glaser, Thomas Lehman
Deutsche Oper
Matthäus-Passion, J. S. Bach, the 31.
Alessandro De Marchi
Solist: Siobhan Stagg, Annika Schlicht, Kieran Carrel, Padraic Rowan, Joel Allison
Deutsche Oper

Hotel informations for Berlin 34
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 34
Single room/ night
Hotel de Rome
1.460,- Euro
120-320,- Euro
Regent Berlin
1.020,- Euro
80-180,- Euro
Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Berlin
On request
Auf Anfrage

The price includes
Overnights including breakfast, good opera tickets, travel cancellation expenses insurance.