Puccini’s immortal tragedy

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Staatstheater Braunschweig moves to the open air, at Burgplatz. The opera “Madame Batterfly” will be premiered on July 3 and will run until July 21. Japanese tragedy, Madama Butterfly, opera in three acts (originally two acts) by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa) premiered at La Scala opera house in Milan on February 17, 1904. Puccini and his librettists took steps to… Read more »

Modern classic

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Sunday, 20th and Monday, 21st of June are reserved for Ludwig van Beethoven’s Violin concert D Major and Symphony no. 1 by Sergei Prokofiev. Srba Dinic, Staatsorchester Braunschweig and violinist Johannes Denhoff will perform at Statdhalle. “When our classically inclined musicians and professors (to my mind faux-classical) hear this symphony, they will be bound to… Read more »

Opera “Rusalka” on digital stage

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Lyric fairy tale in three acts “Rusalka” by Antonín Dvořák is available for watching on digital stage until 4th of April, after which it will be included in OperaVision’s program. The stage premiere of Antonín Dvořák’s touching opera was stopped by the second lockdown in November.  Srba Dinić (musical director) and the director Dirk Schmeding with… Read more »

2nd Symphony Concert – 25th and 26th of October

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Second Symphony concert in the new cycle “Avantgarde” will bring the expressionistically tinged chamber symphony by Franz Schreker and Beethoven’s unique 4th Piano Concerto. The soloist on the piano will be Martina Filjak. Schreker was considered by some to be one of the most promising twentieth-century composers.  He enjoyed very considerable success as a composer… Read more »

Sacrifice, heroism and triumph – Premiere of the Opera Fidelio by Ludwig van Beethoven

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Beethoven’s only opera, “Fidelio,” was among his cherished but most troubling compositions. After 10 years of redrafts, which saw him score four different overtures, the final version received its world premiere in 1814. The opera is written in two acts according to the libretto wrote by Josef Sonnleithner, Stephan von Breuning and Georg Friedrich Treitschke… Read more »

Back on stage

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After a half-year break due to the covid crisis, the concert season 2020/21. continues in Braunschweig. The general music director, Srba Dinić and the Braunschweig Symphony Orchestra, return to the stage on Sunday, September 20th and Monday, September 21st. The program will include the Violin Concerto in D major, Erich Wolfgang Korngold and the Franz… Read more »

General music director meets concert master

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Srba Dinic will play a different role at the March 28th. Instead of conducting, Srba will perform as a pianist along with violinist Johannes Denhoff, concert master of the Staatsorchester Braunschweig. Concert will be held at the Louis Spohr Hall with works by Schumann, Beethoven and Brahms. Robert Schumann – Sonata No. 1 in A… Read more »

Concert series “Time for Classic”

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It’s “Time for Classic” in the cities of Celle and Helmstedt! Audience will enjoy the “tone poem” – “Verklärte Nacht” by Arnold Shoenberg, Richard Strauss’s “Concerto in D major for Oboe and Small Orchestra” and Beethoven’s delightful Fourth Symphony. See you on the 4th of March at Celle, and the 5th of March at Helmstedt…. Read more »

Missa Solemnis – From the heart

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February 16 & 17th, 2020 Stadthalle Ludwig van Beethoven Missa solemnis D major op. 123 Musical direction  Srba Dinić Soloist * inside  Isabel Stüber Malagamba (Alt), Matthias bull (tenor), Jisang Ryu (bass) with the choir of the State Theater Braunschweig and the Concert Choir Brunswick A high point of the symphonic Beethoven year at the Braunschweig State Theater… Read more »