THE SNOW QUEEN as video on demand
Free Live Streams for Opera and Ballet
The STAATSOPER.TV 2019/20 season presents six more free live streams after Alban Berg's Wozzeck last Saturday. New this season is an extended video-on-demand offer: Four streams can not only be experienced live, but also as a 30-day video-on-demand on the website of the Bayerische Staatsoper. Three of those new productions are available in a new cooperation with BR-KLASSIK: Hans Abrahamsen's The Snow Queen, the Bartók double evening Judith and the world premiere of Marina Abramović's 7 Deaths of Maria Callas. For the first time these three streams will be accompanied by a live program: BR-KLASSIK host Maximilian Maier will meet interesting personalities before the performance and during intermissions to talk about the production, the history of its reception or about bizarre, remote aspects of the piece. In order to give as many people as possible access to these performances, the stream will be available - parallel to the traditional radio broadcast - on the website of the Bayerische Staatsoper as well as on BR-KLASSIK Concert.
Furthermore, the streaming season will present the Triple Bill with choreographies by Alexei Ratmansky, David Dawson and Sharon Eyal of the Bayerisches Staatsballett in May as well as the festival production Castor et Pollux and Kirill Petrenko's interpretation of Giuseppe Verdi's Falstaff at the Munich Opera Festival.
The live streams and the video-on-demand can be found here at the time indicated. A registration is not necessary.
2019/20 on STAATSOPER.TV
7 DEATHS OF MARIA CALLAS
RATMANSKY / DAWSON / EYAL
CASTOR ET POLLUX
Radio Broadcast on BR-Klassik
JUDITH: CONCERTO FOR ORCHESTRA / BLUEBEARD'S CASTLE
7 February 2020, 6.30 pm
I MASNADIERI – Premiere
8 March 2020, 5.30 pm
CASTOR ET POLLUX
26 or 28 June 2020
FALSTAFF – Premiere
5 July 2020, 6.30 pm
More Information about STAATSOPER.TV
With STAATSOPER.TV, the Bayerische Staatsoper is already offering selected performances as free live streams on the Internet to spectators all over the world in the eighth season. From four to six cameras in the auditorium of the Bayerische Staatsoper, the performances will be broadcast all over the world on www.staatsoper.tv. Up to 40 microphones in the orchestra pit and on stage provide first-class sound quality. This season, the videos will also be produced in High Definition (Full HD). The stream will be offered in HD resolution with increased bandwidth to provide even better picture quality. All streams (without subtitles as well as with German or English subtitles) are offered in three different transmission qualities (Low, High, HD). The viewer can freely choose between these three qualities and adapt the transmission to his individually available Internet connection.