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Born in Munich into a family of musicians, Richard Strauss (1864–1949) began his musical studies at the age of four, began composition studies aged 11 and in 1883 became a protégé of the conductor Hans von Bülow, who encouraged him to study the music of Wagner. Strauss’s early masterpieces include several orchestral tone poems and many songs. Around the end of the 19th century, Strauss turned his attention to opera. His first two operas, Guntram (1893) and Feuersnot (1901), received lukewarm responses, but Salome (1905) was a major success. It was followed by the even more intense Elektra (1909), Strauss’s first collaboration with the Viennese author and poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874–1929). Their partnership continued until Hofmannsthal’s death and produced some of Strauss’s most successful operas, including Der Rosenkavalier, Ariadne auf Naxos, Die Frau ohne Schatten and Arabella.

After booking online, you will receive two emails: a Booking Request email will arrive immediately and a second, separate email with your Booking Confirmation will arrive within 48 hours.

We recommend arriving at least 30 min prior to curtain time. Please bring your printed Booking Confirmation to the Evening Box Office in the foyer of the Opera House. The evening box office opens one hour before curtain.

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Public transport:

Underground: U1, U2, U4 – Stop at KARLSPLATZ
Trams: 1, 2, D, 62, 71 – Stop at OPERNRING

After the performance taxis will drive up to the main entrance.

Conductor Franz Welser-Möst

Klytämnestra Michaela Schuster

Elektra Ausrine Stundyte

Chrysothemis Camilla Nylund

Aegisth Jörg Schneider

Orest Derek Welton

Born in Munich into a family of musicians, Richard Strauss (1864–1949) began his musical studies at the age of four, began composition studies aged 11 and in 1883 became a protégé of the conductor Hans von Bülow, who encouraged him to study the music of Wagner. Strauss’s early masterpieces include several orchestral tone poems and many songs. Around the end of the 19th century, Strauss turned his attention to opera. His first two operas, Guntram (1893) and Feuersnot (1901), received lukewarm responses, but Salome (1905) was a major success. It was followed by the even more intense Elektra (1909), Strauss’s first collaboration with the Viennese author and poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874–1929). Their partnership continued until Hofmannsthal’s death and produced some of Strauss’s most successful operas, including Der Rosenkavalier, Ariadne auf Naxos, Die Frau ohne Schatten and Arabella.