Soloists Mia Karlsson, Ann-Kristin Jones, Tomas Lind and Mats Almgren perform excerpts from all the operas in the 2020/2021 season as well as their own favourites.
Once, we were all going to live forever. Puccini’s La bohème is easy to love. In four short acts, he captures the recklessness of youth, where it blossoms, wilts and dies. Hope and despair stand side-by-side.
Flamboyant elegance with a poignant sting. Champagne Tears is a mini operetta that explores the life of composer Jacques Offenbach, accompanied by his music.
Our “relaxed performances” are a type of concert specially created for audience members who have difficulty attending ordinary performances for some reason or other.
Who do you turn to if you’re only capable of crying when you don’t want to, you get angry with dustbins, or bread gives you panic attacks?
The perfect opportunity to explore music, singing, musical drama and dance. It’s a fabulous opportunity to try wonderful experiences, gain inspiration and inspire others.
A classic opera about a brutal reality. With its hit tune ”Va pensiero” (Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves) – Nabucco is a tale of violence, oppression, reconciliation and the longing for freedom.
Fun days where children and young people can dance, sing, listen, play and learn more about all the art forms offered at The Göteborg Opera.
Prepare for Siegfried by watching our screenings of the preceding operas in the RIng Cycle: Das Rheingold and Die Walküre.
Everyone wants to grab the gold that gives the power to rule the world. But only a person who doesn’t know fear is destined to win it. Evan Rogister (conductor for the USA’s National Opera in Washington) will return to conduct this third part of the Ring Cycle, and the director is Göteborg Opera’s previous artistic director for Opera, Stephen Langridge.
Exquisite music is in focus when half of the Göteborg Opera Chorus embark on a winter tour. Enjoy a varied programme of pieces, from the singers’ personal favourites to popular classics.
A Christmas musical for the whole family. One of the final rehearsals is underway on the Main Stage for this year’s sparkling Christmas show. Expectations are high. The director rushes around while the prima donna and Santa Claus compete for the limelight. But something goes wrong and the premiere’s success is suddenly jeopardised. What magic powers are at work backstage? Can the plucky ensemble save the Christmas show before it’s too late?
Only the best will do. Experience an unforgettable Twelfth Night overflowing with fantastic music and delicious food and drink.
Two young people get into the same lift. She is quiet and reserved. He is glued to his mobile phone. The lift suddenly stops between two floors. The two youngsters are stuck there alone. They gradually open up to each other and start talking. Who are they, and what strategies do they adopt to seek acceptance from the surrounding world?
The Göteborg Opera's singers and musicians with guests give small concerts with varied repertoire. The chamber concerts are held in the Göteborg Opera foyer and in Skövde. (previously called “Foyer Concerts”)
The Göteborg Opera's singers and musicians with guests give small concerts with varied repertoire. The chamber concerts in Skövde are held at the Göteborg Opera Skövdescen. (previously called “Saturday Concerts in Skövde”.)
Our goal and plan has always been to open the season according to plan, but ar primary and most important focus is the safety and health of our audience and staff. The recommendations and guidelines from the Swedish Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten) has led to the decision by our owners (Region Västra Götaland), board and CEO have decided to cancel all performances and public activities for the month of August, which applies to the Main and Small stages and the foyer in Gothenburg, our stage in Skövde and tours in Västra Götaland.
If you have purchased a ticket to one of the cancelled performances, you will be contacted by us as quickly as we are able (usually via email).Read more
Dance with your baby child, sing with the Göteborg Opera’s Children’s Chorus, enjoy stories and songs, and follow curious Rakel through the huge opera house. Our digital Family Foyer is the perfect place to experience culture with your child – whenever and wherever you want to.
Premiere 23 May at 9am.Read more
Each year we present the upcoming season at an event, creating a show filled with music, dance and joyful excitement. This year we present glimpses of the season, but not as we usually do. Enjoy!Read more