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Dear fans of the Chorus and opera,
The success of an evening can be ascribed to a number of factors – not least the chorus. The sheer volume of sound conveys a power that sends feelings soaring. Add to that the high degree of artistry and professionalism embodied by our singers. We are fully versed in the styles, genres and languages of opera. Our chorus has long enjoyed a worldwide reputation as a supreme exponent of Wagner and Verdi. Productions such as WOZZECK and HELIANE’S MIRACLE have underscored our proficiency in the musical theatre of the 20th century. It is my pleasure to present the new season – and we have some treats in store.

Sincerely, Jeremy Bines, Chorus Master


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Va', pensiero, sull'ali dorate
The candle is lit, the singers are ready… In Verdi’s NABUCCO the chorus is one of the main protagonists – and not just because of the famous “Va, pensiero” sung by the ‘Chorus of Slaves’. Eighty voices united as one – this is the challenge to be tackled by every director of the work.


Chorus Master since 2017
Jeremy Bines
Jeremy Bines assumed directorship of the chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin at the start of the 2017/18 season after excelling in Copenhagen and at the annual Glyndebourne Festival in the south of England. Born in Belfast in 1977, he studied at Cambridge University and afterwards as répétiteur at the National Opera Studio in London. Prior to his move to Copenhagen he made regular guest appearances at the English National Opera and at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden …

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The sum of our voices
Part of a larger whole
“Often they garner a bare nod en passant despite being difficult to miss onstage. And hardly anyone in the stalls has the first idea what their names are - not that it would ever occur to anyone to question their importance for the production. The critics, too, rarely devote more than a couple of sentences to them, even though opera would be a shadow of itself without them. LOHENGRIN, AIDA or TURANDOT without chorus singers? Impossible.” So ran a tribute by Albrecht Thiemann to the operatic chorus ...
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Back on stage from 11 January 2020
Andrea Chenier
Dramma di ambiente storico by Umberto Giordano; Conductor: Roberto Rizzi Brignoli / Francesco Angelico; Director: John Dew ; With Martin Muehle, Roman Burdenko, Anja Harteros et al.

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A fully-fledged part of our ensemble since 2008
The Children’s and Youth Chorus
The singers in the children’s chorus of the Deutsche Oper Berlin may be young in years but they already have their sights set on the same goal as their professional colleagues in the ‘grown-up’ chorus: they want to thrill the audience. They want to triumph alongside the rest of the company.

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12, 17, 25, 31 January 2020
Opera in three acts by Leos Janácek; Conductor: Donald Runnicles; Director: Christof Loy; With Renate Behle, Robert Watson, Ladislav Elgr, Evelyn Herlitzius, Rachel Harnisch et al.

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29 March; 1, 4 April 2020
Conductor: James Conlon; Director: Andreas Kriegenburg; With Jorge de León, George Petean, Federica Lombardi et al.

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Premiere on 8 September 2019
La Forza del destino
Conductor: Paolo Carignani; Stage director: Frank Castorf; With María José Siri, Markus Brück, Russell Thomas, Agunda Kulaeva, Marko Mimica et al.

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