La Semperoper es el teatro de la ópera de la Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden (Ópera Estatal Sajona) y la sala de conciertos de la Staatskapelle Dresden (Orquesta Estatal Sajona). The building style itself is debated among many, as it has features that appear in three styles: early Renaissance and Baroque, with Corinthian style pillars typical of Greek classical revival. 1841 The first Royal Court Theatre by Gottfried Semper, built between 1838 and 1841, opens on 12 April with a performance of Carl Maria von Weber’s »Jubilee Overture« and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s »Torquato Tasso«. The church was destroyed shortly before the end of World War II. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. For the first time, a Dresden theatre is built by local citizens rather than the court. The building is considered to be a prime example of "Dresden Baroque" architecture. Its reconstruction took a long time, almost 40 years. The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Dresden, Saxony, Germany. [1] Nevertheless, the opera building, Semper's first, was regarded as one of the most beautiful European opera houses. Semper’s rounded design was regarded as the »most beautiful theatre in the world«. It is also home to the Semperoper Ballett. in 2005), »Dead Man Walking« by Jake Heggie and Terrence McNally (European premiere in 2006), »La grande magia« by Manfred Trojahn (w.p. Die Dresdner Semperoper ist nicht nur … In 1945, during the last months of World War II, the building was largely destroyed again, this time by the bombing of Dresden and subsequent firestorm, leaving only the exterior shell standing. The building is located near the Elbe River in the historic centre of Dresden, Germany. The Semperoper is the opera house of the Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden (Saxon State Opera) and the concert hall of the Staatskapelle Dresden (Saxon State Orchestra). Dresden is definitely not a hectic place, as any visitor will immediately experience when enjoying the famous “Canaletto view” – the view of the city centre’s magnificent baroque buildings right on the River Elbe, framed by Brühl’s Terrace. In addition, von Schuch made an unforgettable name for himself with many other world premieres and first performances, through his championing of the work of Verdi and Puccini as well as the extraordinary range of his repertoire. Until 1895 this magnificent theatre is used to stage both opera and plays. 1878 The second Royal Court Theatre by Gottfried Semper – constructed between 1871 and 1878 under the supervision of Semper’s son Manfred – opens on 2 February with (once again) Weber’s »Jubilee Opera« and Goethe’s »Iphigenie auf Tauris«. Later used as a concert hall, the Great Opera House at the Zwinger saw Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s conduct his oratorio »Paulus« in 1843, while on 5 April 1846 Richard Wagner directed a notable performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.1755 The impresario Pietro Moretti builds another theatre near the Zwinger: the Moretti Theatre, also known as the Small Court Theatre to distinguish it from the existing Great Opera House at the Zwinger. 1985 On 13 February, 40 years after its destruction, the Semperoper finally reopens to great celebration. Five more of the composer’s operas were premiered in Dresden up to the year 1938. Today, the Semperoper is one of the dazzling attractions in Dresden's historic old town center. Dicha guerra enfrentó a, por un lado, Prusia, Hannover, Gran Bretaña y Portugal, y por el otro Sajonia, Austria, Francia, Rusia, Suecia y España. The inaugural performance is Carl Maria von Weber’s »Der Freischütz«. As the “Great House of Dresden State Theatre”, it serves as the main venue for opera and ballet until 1984. Visit Frauenkirche, the Procession of Princes, Dresden Castle and the Zwinger. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. The outstanding ensemble of singers at this time included Meta Seinemeyer, Liesel von Schuch, Elisabeth Rethberg, Erna Berger, Maria Cebotari, Richard Tauber, Max Lorenz, Tino Pattiera, Friedrich Plaschke, Robert Burg, Paul Schöffler, Kurt Böhme, Sven Nilsson and Ludwig Ermold.1934 Karl Böhm’s appointment as Generalmusikdirektor and opera director secures the historical continuity and international artistic reputation of the Semperoper. He also had a first-rate ensemble of singers at his disposal, which he expanded by hiring such great names as Marta Fuchs, Margarete Teschemacher, Christel Goltz, Elfride Trötschel, Erna Sack, Elisabeth Reichelt, Torsten Ralf, Josef Herrmann, Mathieu Ahlersmeyer, Arno Schellenberg, Gottlob Frick and Heinrich Pflanzl.1944 On 31 August, the Semperoper closes its doors during the period of »total war«. From 1896 there are daily opera performances. Dresden’s Semperoper, part of the Zwinger complex, is the most famous opera house in Germany and one of Europe’s most historic and renowned centres of music. It was closed during World War II, in August 1944, and six months later destroyed by the Allied air attacks. Weber’s »Jubilee Overture« is once again played at the inauguration, while Goethe’s »Iphigenie auf Tauris« is the opening premiere. [5] The current Intendant (General Manager) of the company is Wolfgang Rothe. Before the opening of Semper’s 1st court theatre. This earliest of German operas (whose score remains lost to this day) is performed by Dresden singers and members of the Dresden Kapelle (whose origin can be traced back to the deed of foundation of 22 September 1548, the so-called »Cantorey Decree«). The building also features work by Ernst Rietschel and Ernst Julius Hähnel. Already its predecessor churches were dedicated to the Mother of God and called Frauenkirche. It is also home to the Semperoper Ballett. Saxony, Germany. En negreta, els títols més rellevants del repertori. The Dresden Opera has a long and eventful history - just like its theaters. Whilst the Semperoper does not have a GMD as of 2015, the current chief conductor of the Staatskapelle Dresden is Christian Thielemann, as of the 2012/13 season. Christian Thielemann has been principal conductor of the Staatskapelle since 2012. The list of world premieres and first performances include: »Antigonae« by Carl Orff (1950), »Die Liebe der Danae« by Richard Strauss (1952), »The Love for Three Oranges« by Sergei Prokofiev (1958), »The Young Lord« by Hans Werner Henze (1967), »Wozzeck« by Alban Berg (1970), »Levins Mühle« and »Der Schuhu und die fliegende Prinzessin« by Udo Zimmermann (world premieres in 1973 and 1976), »Moses und Aron« by Arnold Schoenberg (1975) and »Vincent« by Rainer Kunad (world premiere in 1979).1977 Following measures to secure the remains of the building, thorough studies of preserved documents as well as a lengthy planning phase and project preparation, the foundation stone for the reconstruction of the Semperoper is laid on 24 June. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. It is clear here just how much history is still alive in this city. Exactly 40 years later, on 13 February 1985, the opera's reconstruction was completed. 1627 40 years before the opening of the first permanent opera house, Heinrich Schütz’s »Dafne« premieres on 13 April at a royal wedding in Schloss Hartenfels near Torgau. The final performance is Carl Maria von Weber’s »Der Freischütz«. Dresden’s Semperoper, part of the Zwinger complex, is the most famous opera house in Germany and one of Europe’s most historic and renowned centres of music. Every evening one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world welcomes local citizens and visitors from near and far. This special offer allows you to discover two attractions of Dresden’s Old Town at once! It was rebuilt to be almost identical to its appearance before the war, but with the benefit of new stage machinery and an accompanying modern rear service building. The Semperoper, Dresden, Germany. In 1841, the first opera house designed by Gottfried Semper was opened. Ernst von Schuch, who was Generalmusikdirektor from 1889 to 1914, conducted over 40 world premieres, including Richard Strauss’s »Salome«, »Elektra« and »Der Rosenkavalier«. In the mid-1830s, the theatre is demolished to make way for a new building, namely Gottfried Semper’s first Royal Court Theatre. También es el hogar del Semperoper Ballett. Semperoper: the jewel of Dresden A turbulent history. The first opera to be performed after the second world war is Mozart’s »The Marriage of Figaro«, staged here on 10 August. : You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the work; Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. When the Royal Saxon Theatre opened its doors in 1817, audiences could enjoy Italian and (somewhat later) German opera in addition to drama. Experience an interesting tour of the Semperoper and discover the rich interiors and beautiful architecture in Italian High Renaissance style, reconstructed according to the original plans. The world watched as the East German triumph was unveiled. It is situated on the Theatre Square in central Dresden on the bank of the Elbe River. Part of the historic center of beautiful Dresden, the opera house was built in 1841 by Gottfried Semper. During his tenure in Dresden, Karl Böhm premieres the Richard Strauss operas »Die schweigsame Frau« (1935) and »Daphne« (1938). 81 232 personas han estado aquí. Perfect day for getting out of Berlin by motor coach. of the revised version in 2010), »The Great Gatsby« by John Harbison (German premiere in 2015), »The killer in me is the killer in you my love« by Ali N. Askin (Commissioned by Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden, w.p. Great overview sightseeing day of Dresden. A further interim venue is the Kurhaus Bühlau.1948 On 22 September (the 400th anniversary of the founding of the Staatskapelle), the rebuilt Schauspielhaus opens with a performance of Beethoven’s “Fidelio”. Tour the city by an informed guide giving info on history of the city and buildings. [3] The Semperoper reopened with the opera that was performed just before the building's destruction in 1945, Carl Maria von Weber's Der Freischütz. In addition to the premieres of Richard Strauss’s »Intermezzo« (1924), »Die Ägyptische Helena« (1928) and »Arabella« (1933), which he planned and was preparing before Clemens Krauss took over, he also conducted the premieres of Ferruccio Busoni’s »Doktor Faust« (1925), Kurt Weill’s »Der Protagonist« (1926) and Paul Hindemith’s »Cardillac« (1926). It opened on 13 April 1841 with an opera by Carl Maria von Weber. This date is considered the official founding day of Dresden Opera, the third opera house – after Vienna (1651) and Munich (1657) – to be built in the German-speaking nations. The State Saxony Opera, best known as Semperoper as it was designed by Gottfried Semper, has suffered a hard life in just 180 years of history. : You are free: to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work; to remix – to adapt the work; Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. Its opening on the 27 of January 1667 is also considered the founding of the Dresden Opera. The Semperoper is the opera house of the Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden (Saxon State Opera) and the concert hall of the Staatskapelle Dresden (Saxon State Orchestra). Combo Ticket - Royal Palace / Semperoper. The architect had his son, Manfred Semper, build the second opera house using his plans. During the construction period, performances were held at the Gewerbehaussaal, which opened in 1870.[1]. Its principal conductors and music directors have included Karl Böhm, Kurt Sanderling, Herbert Blomstedt, Giuseppe Sinopoli, Bernard Haitink and Fabio Luisi. In the 18th century, the famous dome structure by George Bähr was built and dominated Dresden’s cityscape for 200 years. Leading conductors to leave their mark here include Joseph Keilberth, Rudolf Kempe, Franz Konwitschny, Otmar Suitner, Rudolf Neuhaus and Siegfried Kurz; directors such as Heinz Arnold, Alfred Eichhorn, Erich Geiger, Harry Kupfer, Joachim Herz and Christine Mielitz create many influential productions. It became the centre of Baroque opera, closely linked to Johann Adolf Hasse, a central figure in one of the most brilliant epochs of Dresden’s opera history, as well as Johann Gottlieb Naumann. Carl Maria von Weber is active here; in 1817 he founds the Dresden Opera Chorus. After a devastating fire in 1869, the opera house was rebuilt, partly again by Semper, and completed in 1878. Learn background information about the incredible acoustics in the artfully arranged auditorium. Carl Maria von Weber headed the so-called German Department. in 2008), »Gisela! The opera building is situated on the west side of the Theatre Square in front of the Royal Palace. The Semperoper opened its doors to public in far 1841 and was one of the first opera theatres where plays of different genres were performed. Under the baton of Hofkapellmeister Johann Adolph Hasse, Dresden rose to prominence as a lively centre of European opera. Marvel at the historic city of Dresden during a walking tour and enjoy a guided tour of the Semperoper. Following a devastating fire in 1869, the citizens of Dresden immediately set about rebuilding their opera house. Only a few weeks later, on 2 December of the same year, a rapidly erected interim theatre opens: the so-called »Bretterbude« (»wooden shack«). Semperoper Dresden Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden T +49 351 4911 705, bestellung@semperoper.de Forty years after Dresden was destroyed in World War II, a key landmark was restored and reopened: the Semperoper Opera House. Initially built between 1838 and 1841, it was completely destroyed by a terrible fire in 1869. One of the first predecessors of the Semperoper was the "Klengelsche Opernhaus". Have the afternoon, about 3 hours to tour on your own, have a nice lunch. After Gottfried Semper’s first theatre from 1841 burned down in 1869, the opera was opened in its present design in 1878. Aaron S. Watkin has been director of Semperoper Ballett since 2006. 1667 On 27 January, the »Klengelsche« opera house, also known as the »Prince Elector Opera House on the Taschenberg« opens with a performance of Giovanni Andrea Moneglia’s »Il Teseo«. When the Elbe flooded in 2002, the building suffered heavy water damage. The opera house was originally built by the architect Gottfried Semper in 1841. See the country for a 2 hour drive to Dresden. The rebuild Semperoper opened in 1985 (for detailed history of the house click here). The building suffered severe damage by the flooding of the … Under Schuch’s successor, Fritz Busch, the repertoire in Dresden was expanded to include modernist works, such as the world premieres of pieces by Weill and Hindemith. On top of the portal there is a Panther quadriga with a statue of Dionysos. They demanded that Gottfried Semper do the reconstruction, even though he was then in exile because of his involvement in the May 1849 uprising in Dresden. Ballet in two acts by Aaron S. Watkin and Jason Beechey, Adapted version with modified seating plan, »Die Weise von Liebe und Tod des Cornets Christoph Rilke« by Siegfried Matthus (world premiere in 1985), »The Good God of Manhattan« by Adriana Hölszky (w.p. From the history of Dresden Opera . When this building was destroyed by the air raids of 1945, Saxon State Opera became “homeless” until the reconstructed Semperoper was officially opened in 1985. The Dresden Semperoper is located in the middle of Dresden city center. First build in 1841 by the architect Gottfried Semper, the Semperoper was destroyed and rebuilt twice: After the 1869 fire and again after the 1945 Allied bombing of Dresden. Estrenes absolutes al teatre. You are currently in a claim reservation process, please cancel your shopping cart or proceed. Ballet in two acts by Aaron S. Watkin and Jason Beechey Adapted version with modified seating plan, Schinkelwache Theaterplatz 2 01067 Dresden  T +49 351 4911 705 bestellung@semperoper.de. The opera house was originally built by the architect Gottfried Semper in 1841. Since the 2018/19 season, Omer Meir Wellber is the Principal Guest Conductor of the Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden. La Semperoper (en alemán, Sächsische Staatsoper Dresden, literalmente «Ópera estatal sajona de Dresde») es el edificio de la ópera perteneciente al estado de Sajonia y ubicado en Dresde, Alemania.Considerado una de las joyas de la arquitectura teatral del mundo fue diseñada por al arquitecto Gottfried Semper y parcialmente destruido en 1945 hasta que fue minuciosamente … No need to register, buy now! Semperoper Dresden Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden T +49 351 4911 705, bestellung@semperoper.de The building is located near the Elbe River in the historic centre of Dresden. The first interim venue is the converted Tonhalle in Dresden-Neustadt (which later became the »Kleine Haus«). Opening on 3 September with Antonio Lotti’s »Giove in Argo«, this was not only the biggest theatre in Germany at the time but also one of the largest and most magnificent in the whole of Europe. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this glamorous house. En el primer edifici: in 2016), »4.48 Psychose« by Philip Venables (German premiere in 2019). However, the building is later leased by the Royal General Directorate and subsequently transferred into royal ownership. It is indeed one stunning concert hall! The Generalmusikdirektor (GMD) of the Semperoper is normally a different person from that of the Staatskapelle when it presents concerts. En la Semperoper van actuar destacats directors com: Ernst Von Schuch (1846-1914) Fritz Reiner (1888-1963) a Dresden de 1914 fins a 1921; Fritz Busch (1890-1951) Karl Böhm (1894-1981). Since the 2018/19 season, Peter Theiler from Switzerland has taken over the reins as managing director of the Semperoper. Wolfgang Rothe has been commercial director of the Semperoper Dresden since 2005, and since January 2013 has also been in charge of Saxon State Theatres, an institution created out of the former State Opera and State Theatre. París, Francia, Torre Eiffel, noche, noche paris, ciudad, megalópolis, monumentos, historia Public Domain He has promoted a diverse repertoire ranging from traditional narrative ballets to contemporary dance, setting international standards with a select group of brilliant soloists. Visit the diverse museums of the Royal Palace and also enjoy the glamorous ambience of the world-famous Semperoper during an exciting guided tour. Learn more about the city's history. Find the perfect semperoper dresden stock photo. The opera house has a long history of premieres, including major works by Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss. La Guerra de los Siete Años interrumpió, y por largo tiempo, el florecimiento de Dresde. Si no s'indica una altra cosa, es tracta d'òperes. 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