Fanny Frohnmeyer - Team leader

... studied Applied Theatre Studies in Gießen and graduated in 2012 with a focus on sound art and sound design. Since then, she has worked as an artistic production manager for Heiner Goebbels and She She Pop, among others, with whom she also toured internationally, as well as for various festivals and at HAU Hebbel am Ufer. After further training as a cultural specialist, she shifted her work focus to cultural education in 2018, with a particular focus on music theatre. She worked as a production and project manager for TUKI - Theater & Kita and TUSCH - Theater & Schule until she took over as director of Junge Deutsche Oper in August 2022.

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Charlie Rackwitz
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Madeleine Kandschur – FSJ Culture

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Sylvia Neugebauer, Susanne Lawrenz, Senta Aue, Henriette Mödig, Andrej Bartmann, Dorothea Böhland, Ghizi Gascho, Madeleine Kandschur, Elly Jarvis, Kay Keßner, Jörg Rickert, Tino Breitbarth, Tillmann Triest, Kathrin Hertle, Nina Rotner

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Deutsche Oper Berlin
Bismarckstraße 35
10627 Berlin
T + 49 30 343 84-343

U2 / U7 / Bus 101 and 109

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Richard-Wagner-Straße 10
10585 Berlin

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Tickets for school groups
€ 8,- / pupil, € 8,- accompanying person with the breakdown 1/10; other accompanying persons receive 25 % on the regular ticket price

Tickets for groups with students / trainees / FSJ students etc. 
€ 15,- per person, from a group size of 10 persons onwards

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Performances over the Berlin/Brandenburg school holidays
Pupils (under 18) € 8,– at the Box Office (starting one hour prior to the beginning of the performance)

Generational performances
In order to give even more people the opportunity to enjoy opera at a uniform price, we are replacing the family performances starting this season. Selected performances offer tickets for children/young people under 18 years for € 10,00, for pensioners for € 25,00


General reductions

50 % reduction
for children and schoolchildren up to 21 years of age, voluntary military service and federal voluntary service and voluntary social year participants

25 % reduction
for students, trainees and the unemployed At the box office (from one hour before the performance) the following applies subject to available tickets

At the box office
From one hour before the performance
€ 15 for children and schoolchildren [up to 21 years of age], students and trainees, voluntary military service and voluntary social service, unemployed persons 

€ 3,- holders of an entitlement certificate ("berlinpass") - This reduction is also available on the day of the performance (from 10 hours before the performance), exclusively in the webshop.

Please show your proof of eligibility at the entrance.


For everyone under 30: The ClassicCard! 

With the ClassicCard, all people under the age of 30 receive significantly discounted tickets. The ClassicCard costs an annual fee equal to your age - in return, it gives you access to the best seats at low prices. Up to 2 hours before the performance: € 15.00 for opera and ballet, € 13.00 for concerts. Simply download the ClassicCardApp to get a compact overview of Berlin's entire classical music programme and book tickets for friends and family at the same time.


Do you know the Offensive Kulturbus

We are pleased to be part of the Offensive Kulturbus since the 22/23 season!

Within the framework of the Offensive Kulturbus, it is possible to organise a free return journey from the nursery or school to the respective cultural venue for individual performances. Please contact us for further information and/or to arrange an appointment at

Offensive Kulturbus

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Advents-Verlosung: Das 2. Fensterchen

In today's Advent calendar window, we are giving away 3 DVDs of "Der Schatzgräber" - an opera in a prelude, four acts and a postlude by Franz Schreker. If you would like to win one of the three DVDs, please send an e-mail today with the subject "The 2nd window" to

DER SCHATZGRÄBER (THE TREASURE HUNTER) by Franz Schreker was a triumph at its world premiere in Frankfurt in 1920 and went on to play 44 times at assorted venues over the next five years. It then fell victim to a shifting zeitgeist and slipped from opera-house programmes, with a National Socialist ban on performances sealing its demise. Even after 1945 the Schreker revival was a long time coming – and THE TREASURE HUNTER has not featured prominently in the renaissance.

As with the vast majority of Schreker’s libretti, the story of Els and Elis explores the relationship between fantasy and reality, between art and life. Soulmates in the sense that they are both at the mercy of the king’s disposition, Els and Elis set off in search of different treasures. Elis, the minstrel, uses his magic lute to locate a stash of jewels and do humanity a good turn. Els, an innkeeper’s daughter who has grown up motherless in a tough, male-chauvinist world, becomes a liar, cheat and murderess in pursuit of her goal, tasking her suitors to steal the queen’s jewels and then having them killed once they have returned with the haul of treasure. Yet even with the gold in their possession, the pair are not content, and so, true to form, Schreker turns his attention to the theme of yearning per se, which is the actual “treasure” that the composer is interested in, “a dream of happiness and redemption”. Elis and Els are caught up in a swirl of dreams, memories, premonitions, songs and music. Their stories take on a dreamlike quality in a world beset by greed, murder and emotional inconstancy. For Franz Schreker the path to redemption could only be via art. Composed during the turmoil of the First World War, the TREASURE HUNTER score amounts to Schreker’s personal confession of artistic faith, executed in florid strokes of late-Romantic musical colour.

Conductor Marc Albrecht; Staging Christof Loy; Set design Johannes Leiacker; Costume design Barbara Drosihn; With Tuomas Pursio, Doke Pauwels, Clemens Bieber, Michael Adams, Joel Allison, Michael Laurenz, Thomas Johannes Mayer, Seth Carico, Daniel Johansson, Gideon Poppe, Stephen Bronk, Elisabet Strid, Patrick Cook, Tyler Zimmerman a. o.; Chorus and Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin

Closing date: 2 December 2023, the winners will be informed by email on 4 December 2023. The DVDs will then be sent by post. Legal recourse is excluded.