We are celebrating International Women’s Day with a captivating premiere of an opera by two important female artists: composer Frida Andrée and author Selma Lagerlöf. Performed as a concert in Swedish with Swedish surtitles.
A luminous world premiere which combines the political, intimate poetry of Marina Mascarell with the explosive energy of unpredictable Hofesh Shechter.
A prize-winning science fiction musical by Bob Carlton, inspired by Shakespeare’s The Tempest and the 1956 movie Forbidden Planet. Directed by Rikard Bergqvist. Performed in Swedish.
Love, intrigue and utter confusion. A revival of Mozart’s brilliantly convoluted and utterly human comedy directed by Stephen Langridge. Sung in Italian with Swedish and English surtitles.
Creation by Jo Strømgren. The Small Stage, other stages around Gothenburg and on tour in the Västra Götaland region.
The spring season will be rounded off with a Dance Festival which will include Roy Assaf’s Sacre, Jo Strømgren’s The Ministry of Unresolved Emotions with GöteborgsOperans Danskompani, a guest performance of Grand finale with the Hofesh Shechter Company, a concert with Ólafur Arnalds, workshops, seminars and discussions.
The musicians and singers from the Göteborg Opera perform casual concerts in our foyer. Foyer concerts start at 12.30pm. Free admission.
Please be aware that there are websites which sell second-hand tickets to our performances. Customers have informed us that they have paid a much higher price than they should, or have not received their tickets in time for the performance. Unfortunately we are unable to help in these cases, since these customers have bought tickets from a third party.
To avoid being cheated or disappointed, we recommend that you always buy your tickets directly via this website opera.se or our box office in the foyer. If you buy your tickets from opera.se you will be automatically redirected to our official ticket provider Biljettforum.Read more
A workshop for young people with artists from the Göteborg Opera. "As people, we do what we can to get what we want. Our actions form our relationships – both with others and with ourselves."Read more