LOVED, HATED AND 360°

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A VIRTUAL OPERA EXPERIENCE

As the first opera house worldwide, the Bayerische Staatsoper now invites viewers to a unique virtual reality opera experience.
Munich opera celebrates an anniversary in 2018 hailing the motto LOVED, HATED. For 100 years now it has been a place of regular discussion, of rejection and approval, but never, hopefully, of indifference. People both love and hate it – alternating, concurrent, and mostly for an entire life long!

These emotions will now be broadcast throughout the entire city with the assistance of state-of-the-art technology and made accessible to all Munich residents and visitors. Outstanding musicians, dancers and singers can be enjoyed up close, locations travelled to, which would otherwise be out of bounds, and visitors can personally thrill to the thundering applause of a full-house Nationaltheater.

 

BRINGING OPERA TO THE ENTIRE CITY!

Two chairs from the Nationaltheater go on a journey though the city for this (Flaucher, English Garden and so many other places), and passers-by are invited to take a seat all over the city. Visitors of our performances find a third chair to join the VR-performance in the lounge of Nationaltheater. With virtual reality glasses and headphones, anyone interested can leave the real world for three minutes and dive into the world of the opera.

WHEN?

Daily during the second part of the Munich Opera Festival
9-31 July 2018

All locations and dates

Browse through our virtual map here:



Or find all locations and dates here:

Mo 09.07.018 15.00-19.00 Gärtnerplatz
  15.30-19.00 Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film (Aula)
Di 10.07.2018 12.00-16.00 Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (Lichthof)
Mi 11.07.2018 15.00-19.00 Hochschule für Musik und Theater (Lichthof)
  15.00-19.00 Königsplatz
Do 12.07.2018 12.00-16.00 Technische Universität Garching (Magistrale)
  13.00-17.00 Technische Universität München (Innenhof)
Fr 13.07.2018 17.00-21.00 Weinfest im Alten Hof
  20.00-23.00 Sommerfest HMTM (Luisenstraße 37a)
Sa. 14.07.2018 16.00-20.00 Werksviertel (Whitebox)
  10.00-15.00 FC Bayern Erlebniswelt (Allianz Arena)
So 15.07.2018 12.00-16.00 Portal des Nationaltheaters
  11.00-15.00 Nymphenburger Park
Mo 16.07.2018 11.00-15.00 Deutsches Museum (Ehrensaal)
  19.00-23.00 Reithalle
Di 17.07.2018 15.00-19.00 Westpark (Rosengarten)
  19.00-22.00 Cuvilliéstheater
Mi 18.07.2018 09.30-18.30 Olympia Einkaufszentrum
  15.00-19.00 Corneliusbrücke
Do 19.07.2018 14.00-19.00 Max-Joseph-Platz
  17.00-21.00 Gasteig (Celibidache-Forum)
Fr 20.07.2018 15.00-19.00 Goldschmiedplatz
  14.00-22.00 Tollwood (Grüner Pavillon II)
Sa 21.07.2018 10.00-12.00 Tageskasse der Bayerischen Staatstheater
  14.00-22.00 Tollwood (Grüner Pavillon II)
So 22.7.2018 12.00-20.00 Tollwood (Grüner Pavillon II)
    Der Termin im Seehaus muss leider abgesagt werden.
Mo 23.07.2018 13.00-17.00 Chinesischer Turm (Englischer Garten)
  18.00-21.00 Prinzregententheater (für Vorstellungsbesucher)
Di 24.07.2018 11.00-15.00 Funkhaus Bayerischer Rundfunk (Foyer)
Mi 25.07.2018 18.00-21.00 Prinzregententheater (für Vorstellungsbesucher)
Do 26.07.2018 15.00-19.00 Marienplatz
  19.00-23.00 Schwules Kommunikations- und Kulturzentrum
Fr 27.07.2018 13.00-17.00 V-Markt-Parkplatz (Balanstraße)
  15.00-19.00 Geschwister-Scholl-Platz
  18.00-21.00 Prinzregententheater (für Vorstellungsbesucher)
Sa 28.07.2018 10.00-12.00 Tageskasse der Bayerischen Staatstheater
  13.00-17.00 Lenbachhaus
  14.00-18.00 Flaucher (gegenüber Flaucherbiergarten)
So 29.07.2018 15.30-20.00 Kulturstrand der Urbanauten
  16.00-19.30 Prinzregententheater (für Vorstellungsbesucher)
Mo 30.07.2018 10.00-16.00 FC Bayern Erlebniswelt (Allianz Arena)
Di 31.07.2018 15.00-19.00 Odeonsplatz

 

So what does the fish have to do with it?

Find out yourself and visit us at one of our locations! We'll also raffle wonderful Bayerische Staatsoper prizes every day among all who take part.
Or drop into the Königssaal in the Nationaltheater with your evening visit, where we'll also invite you to sit and dive into our virtual opera world.

Follow our chairs on our social media channels! We accompany our chairs on their journey through Munich at hashtag #BSO360. You can browse through all blogs, photos and background reports in our Festival Newsroom.

Right on time for the season break in August you can enjoy our virtual opera experience online on our YouTube channel among other places – you'll find all details here from 31 July.

We thank our sponsors for making this project possible:

Produced by FreshFX Media GmbH, director Daniel Moshel.