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The Bavarian State Opera is a German opera company based in Munich. The company’s home base is the National Theatre Munich. Its orchestra is the Bavarian State Orchestra.

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  • Hans Hulzebosch
    Hans Hulzebosch
    6 months ago

    A magnificent opera house. Beautiful inside as well as out. Within very easy reach of public transport and after the performance a row of taxis for as far as the eye can see. An enjoyable evening although on first row balcony seat leg space is somewhat restricted. Also, take care when booking. My view was partially obstructed by a pillar but nothing was mentioned during the booking process. Nevertheless, a great evening.

  • Dandylicious
    10 months ago

    One of the most prestigious opera houses in Europe that I have been visiting ever since my childhood days. The opera and ballet performances are permanently on a very high level but even a simple guided tour is recommendable. Make sure to get your tickets as soon as possible because most of the time they are selling quickly. (At last the entrance to shows is currently restricted: 2G - and strictly monitored.) Last Sunday we saw a wonderful version of 'Jewels' by George Balanchine. Another fantastic visit! 💟

  • Hanady G
    Hanady G
    11 months ago

    Beautiful opera, we watched Turandot, the performance was magical! Also a small tip for my fellow young opera lover. They have special places for people under 30 years!! I paid 12€ and I had an excellent seat nonetheless! There is a shotgun once a month for these places, don’t hesitate!

  • Yan Melody
    Yan Melody
    a year ago

    It made my night. The Opernhause looks stunning from all perspectives. There are in total 5 floors with restaurants and bars. If you want to have a good view, stay with floor 1 and 2. Otherwise you won’t have a full view.

  • Elena Dorozhkina
    Elena Dorozhkina
    2 months ago

    Loved it! Performance of opera Otello by Verdi was professional from both, the orchestra and singers. I wish they used the "old" staging as the current one was poor, in "modern" manner with no historic costumes and such.

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