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Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden

Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff

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(zobrazit)7.12.1742 | opening
Built 1741-1743 by as "Königliches Opernhaus" by Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff for the Prussian King, Friedrich II. Opened 7 Dec 1742 with Graun's "Cleopatra e Cesare". The building comprised three separate halls: the foyer and banquet hall "Apollosaal", the "Tanz- und Theatersaal" (used as main auditorium for opera performances), and the "Korinthischer Saal" (used as stage for opera performances), all of which could be linked mechanically to form one big festive hall. (In: Carthalia )
(zobrazit)1787 | reconstruction
auditorium rebuilding, installation of proscenium boxes and a royal box, modernization of stage technology (with destruction of the original "Korinthischer Saal") by Carl Gotthard Langhans.
(zobrazit)40. léta 19. století | reconstruction
Reconstruction after fire in 1843-1844 by architect Karl Ferdinand Langhans. Re-opened on 7 Dec of 1844 with Meyerbeer's "Das Feldlager in Schlesien".
(zobrazit)60. léta 19. století | reconstruction
Extension of the stagehouse to the south by Carl Ferdinand Langhans in 1867 -1869.
(zobrazit)20. léta 20. století | reconstruction
Renovation in 1926-1928.
(zobrazit)40. léta 20. století | fire
Damaged by bombs on 9/10 Apr 1941. Rebuilt 1941-1942 by E. Meffert. Destroyed by bombs on 3 Feb 1945.
(zobrazit)50. léta 20. století | reconstruction
In1952-1955, rebuilt by Richard Paulick with a modern stage for its time. Re-opened on 4th Sep of 1955 with Wagner's "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg". Seating capacity: 1400.

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The Berlin Opera House, of 1741, by Knobelsdorf seems to have been the earliest free-standing theatre building in Europe. It had a portico at one end and two other state entrances at the sides. Over the main entrance was the 'Apollo Hall', a large saloon whose windows formed part of the facade. All these features were to become standard in the great opera houses of a hundred years later.

 

 

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