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October with Mozart

Many European opera houses stage Mozart this autumn – a perfect opportunity for opera aficionados to travel from city to city and to indulge in a wide variety of interpretations and productions. Are you interested in some of the highlights? Here are a few suggestions:

03 October 2013 Events

Not only artists can go on tour. The audience can do so too. Many of the great European opera houses stage Mozart operas this October - a first overview for you:

The ruthless seducer of women at the opera house in Zurich

Only two more times, on October 6th and 11th, will Don Giovanni break the hearts of innocent women at the opera house in Zurich. In 1787, Mozart was persuaded by his enthusiastic audience in Prague to compose this opera after the monumental triumph of “The Marriage of Figaro”. The Austrian baritone Markus Werba sings the part of Don Giovanni, the soprano Marina Rebeka the Donna Anna. Director Sebastian Baumgarten from Berlin is responsible for the production. For more information visit the Operahouse Zurich website.

Enchanted flutes in Frankfurt and Berlin

The Frankfurt opera house reprises The Magic Flute on October 9th. The production was designed by the German opera director Alfred Kirchner. An evident success - after all, this is already the thirteenth rendition of this production, which has been celebrated in the press. If you want to spend some time in this fascinating German metropolis, why not treat yourself to Idomeneo, Mozart’s great choral opera, on October 6th as well? For more information please see:

The Berlin State Opera stages The Magic Flute twice, on October 9th and 19th, in a production by Günther Krämer. For further information please see:

Mozart in Bavaria

Mozart is found twice on the schedule of the Bavarian State Opera in October. Così fan tutte and The Marriage of Figaro are the highlights of the opera house at Max-Joseph-Platz square. Do not miss out on this musical treat, the Bavarian State Orchestra and the choir of the opera house guarantee the highest musical indulgence. More at

Vive l’opéra – and Mozart!

Paris is always worth a journey – especially for Mozart fans who love Così fan tutte. Mozart’s opera about love, intrigue and deception is on the schedule of the Paris opera house at Garnier Palace from October 22nd. For further information please click: 

Don Giovanni - Operahouse Zurich

Don Giovanni - Operahouse Zurich

Production image from Don Gionvanni at the Operhous Zurich Image: Operahouse Zurich