Beim Alten Bahnhof 2, 76530Baden-Baden
Germany’s largest opera house is one of the finest addresses for classical music worldwide.
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Germany’s largest opera house is one of the finest addresses for classical music worldwide. The program inspires with such artists and ensembles as Anne Sophie Mutter, Anna Netrebko, and the Berliner Philharmoniker, which celebrates its Easter Festival here every year. Audiences can choose between opera, ballet, concerts, jazz performances, and musical shows. They come again and again, often becoming part of our family of private sponsors. A solidarity of this kind is unique in Europe, but it comes as no surprise. Firstly, the Festival Hall is deeply rooted in history: the architecture and music exude the spirit of the great composers and interpreters of the nineteenth century who enjoyed many happy stays in Baden-Baden – Johannes Brahms, Clara Schumann, and Richard Wagner are just a few of the many luminaries who spent time here. Architecturally, the magnificent historic facade merges with a modern concert hall featuring some of the best acoustics in the world. And the well-being of our guests is always paramount: our service team addresses each person’s individual needs, and the sophisticated in-house restaurant is regularly supervised by top chef Harald Wohlfahrt and inspired by his creations.