Jonas Kaufmann, Ludovic Tézier & Diana Damrau - SOLD OUT
From 30 July to 1 August 2024

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    As summer approaches, Munich is irresistible. On sunny days, the Bavarian city lives in the open air and is full of activities. You can stroll through the verdant English Garden that stretches along the Isar, or contemplate the striking Gallery of Beauties of Nymphenburg Castle. The collections of the Old Pinacoteca are extraordinary (Dürer, Rubens, El Greco…), but why not also have a refreshing beer at the Hofbräuhaus, one of the most famous breweries in the world?


    On the first evening, we invite you to an exceptional performance of Tosca. For several years now, the Munich Opera has established itself as one of the beacons of opera today. Every new production is eagerly awaited around the world, and this Tosca directed by filmmaker Kornél Mundruczó is no exception. The vocal cast brings together the elite of international singing: Jonas Kaufmann and Ludovic Tézier. Grandiose! The performance of Die Fledermaus will also delight you with the participation of Diana Damrau, the famous German soprano.

    Jonas Kaufmann, Ludovic Tézier & Diana Damrau
    The program
    Tosca, by G. Puccini
    July 30, 2024
    Die Fledermaus by J. Strauß
    July 31, 2024
    Tuesday 30 July – Munich

    Free arrival in Munich and check-in from 3 p.m. at the Bayerischer Hof.


    At 7 p.m., at the Nationaltheater:



    TOSCA, by G. Puccini



    Bayerische Staatsoper Orchestra

    Choir and Children’s Choir of the Bayerische Staatsoper

    Andrea Battistoni: Conductor

    Kornél Mundruczó: Director


    Eleonora Buratto Floria: Tosca

    Jonas Kaufmann: Mario Cavaradossi

    Ludovic Tézier: Baron Scarpia

    Milan Siljanov: Cesare Angelotti

    Martin Snell: The sacristan

    Tansel Akzeybek: Spoletta

    Christian Rieger: Sciarrone

    Paweł Horodyski: The Jailer



    The Bavarian State Opera is one of the most prestigious opera houses in the world. While Kirill Petrenko (now conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic) wrote many rich hours during the 2010s, the arrival of Serge Dorny as steward of the establishment has in no way diminished the influence of Munich opera. Replacing Luc Bondy’s staging, Kornél Mundruczó’s production of Tosca is a major event in musical life. In recent years, the Hungarian filmmaker has distinguished himself with remarkable shows, notably in Berlin and Geneva. In the title roles, the evening features a duo of singers that every opera house would dream of having: Jonas Kaufmann as Mario and Ludovic Tézier as Scarpia! A golden trio under the baton of the young Italian chef everyone is talking about: Andrea Battistoni.

    Wednesday 31 July – Munich

    Free day and lunch.


    At 6 p.m., at the Nationaltheater:


    DIE FLEDERMAUS, by J. Strauß


    New production.

    Co-production with Amsterdam State Opera

    Bayerische Staatsoper Orchestra

    Choir and Children’s Choir of the Bayerische Staatsoper

    Constantin Trinks: Conductor

    Barrie Kosky: Director


    Georg Nigl: Gabriel von Eisenstein

    Diana Damrau: Rosalinde

    Martin Winkler: Frank

    Andrew Watts: Prince Orlofsky

    Sean Panikkar: Alfred

    Markus Brück: Dr. Falke

    Kevin Conners: Dr. Blind

    Katharina Konradi: Adele

    Miriam Neumaier: Ida

    Max Pollak: Frosch I

    Franz Josef Strohmeier: Frosch II

    Danilo Brunetti: Frosch III

    Giovanni Corrado: Frosch IV

    Deniz Doru: Frosch V

    Oliver Petriglieri: Frosch VI


    Die Fledermaus is the third operetta by Viennese composer Johann Strauss, and the second of the name. It was inspired by a French play, Le Réveillon, created by the famous librettists Meilhac and Halévy at the Théâtre Royal in Paris in September 1872. The Viennese premiere of the operetta in 1874 had been a smashing success. Barrie Kosky, artistic director of the Komische Oper Berlin since 2012, offers a new look to “the operetta of all operettas” and focuses on its morbid side. The stage is in Vienna, the city of the golden age of operetta. You will find Georg Nigl and Diana Damrau who shine by their acting as much as by their singing in this hilarious work, swirling to the rhythms of waltzes.


    The Bayerischer Hof is a cocoon of luxury and elegance in the historic centre of Munich, opposite the Kunsthalle and close to the Bayerische Staatsoper. Its tradition of personalized service since 1841 is sure to delight you.


    Bayerischer Hof:

    Package in a Deluxe double room: €2,530

    Package in a Deluxe double room for single use: €3,005


    The price of this trip includes: accommodation in a double room with breakfast for 2 nights • tourist tax • tickets for the first category of shows • repatriation assistance.


    The price of this trip does not include: extras • transportation • airport transfers.



    Individual stay.


    Transport and airport transfers on request.


    Programme and prices are subject to change by the opera house, or by government decision, due to possible health constraints.

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