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The opera offers a wide range of operas, musicals, classic and modern ballet. The river-side building is worth a visit for its architecture alone.
The Göteborg Opera will be celebrating with an opera marathon, special effects, open rehearsals and guided tours.
At last – a new production of ‘The Phantom of the Opera’, adapted especially for the unique qualities of an opera house.
Can 150 singers and 50 musicians conquer the Minotaur? The Monster in the Maze brings together over 200 participants: opera singers, amateur singers of all ages, professional orchestral musicians and young musicians.
Hotel Opera is a four star hotel with personal service and a modern and inviting design.
An epic celebration of the Göteborg Opera's godmother. Celebrate Birgit Nilsson together with some of those who have followed in her footsteps.
Everything has a price. Except a clear conscience.
Savour dishes and drinks, lovingly prepared by our kitchen with a strong commitment to organic ingredients, in a stunning setting with panoramic views of the River Göta. Lunch and three-course meals à la carte are served in the restaurant, prawn sandwiches and light meals in the Opera Bar and in summer on the SommarVerandan – the Göteborg Opera’s outdoor terrace. The Göteborg Opera Café boasts its own menu, with sandwiches and sweet items. Whatever you choose, you will find that a well-developed environmental philosophy that has won international acclaim for the Göteborg Opera runs through everything we do.
What is hidden in the secret corridors? How does a stage manager work? And why is there a sudden blackout on the Main stage?
A new spectacular collaboration emerges as Linnea Henriksson alongside her own band joins the Göteborg Wind Orchestra at the Opera scene. Enjoy a new take on Linnea Henriksson's musical treasure in a glimmering orchestra arrangement specifically composed for the Göteborg Wind Orchestra and her musicians.
The Barber of Seville is a tribute to zest for life and young love, in which the old and the self-righteous must lick their wounds.
What's it like to be on stage at the Gothenburg opera? That's one of the questions we asked opera singer and local Julia Sporsén ahead of the revival of Trollflöjten (The Magic Flute). She also shared a few personal tips on what to do in her hometown.
We will meet two complex characters; enigmatic and contradictive to the audience. They tell stories from the past, present and future, all intermixed, and maybe some that are mere fantasies, bordering on madness?
Milos Forman's Oscar winning film, accompanied by the Göteborg Opera Orchestra and Chorus.
Swedish choreographer Johan Inger's full-length work Carmen had its world premiere in Madrid during the spring of 2015, attracting rave reviews and in the autumn 2016 it won the ‘Benois de la Danse’, which can be compared to an Oscar in the dance world.
Atalante is a contemporary art stage and meeting place where innovative and experimental ideas are encouraged.
Gothenburg offers everything from children's performances and stand up to magnificent operas and international hits. Have a browse through the selection of performing arts and head out into the night.
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