Staatstheater NürnbergRichard-Wagner-Platz , 90443 Nürnberg
Traveler reviews: Staatstheater Nürnberg
One of the most beautiful
I didn't attend an opera show inside as long as opera is not quite my cup of tea.But it's impossible not to remain impressed by this wonderful majestic building.It's one of the most old buildings in... read more
Unfortunately I could watch an opera concert in this place, but only by entering the main hall is already something nice. The place is huge, all luxury decorated, fency details take place all over... read more
This building was clearly visible from my hostel windows, that too a panoramic view. They have lots of events inside the building such as ballet concerts, young people's workshops and of course... read more
Nuremberg’s theatre tradition, which reached its first peak with Hans Sachs in the 16th Century, goes back to the time of the Middle Ages. In 1833, a theatre in the Lorenzer Platz opened, seating 1000.
Since 2008/2009 season, Spanish dancer and choreographer Goyo Montero, who had been the first senior solo dancer at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, arrived as the new ballet director at the Staatstheater Nürnberg. With him a new and exciting era began for ballet in Nuremberg, as well as for the audience, who like the press have welcomed his work with great enthusiasm.
On 1st September 1905, the newly-built Nuremberg Opera House opened its doors to the public with Richard Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg”. The theatre quickly became a focal point of Nuremberg’s social and cultural scene. The impressive building, designed by the famous Berlin architect Heinrich Seeling, is situated close to the medieval city walls, which encircle...
The main residence of Nuremberg’s Philharmonic State Orchestra, which is not to be confused with Nuremberg’s Symphony orchestra, is the State Opera House in Nuremberg. The 86 musicians who make up the orchestra perform in the orchestra pit, often unseen by the audience, for operas, operetta and musical performances. Each musical season has a repertoire of approx twenty...