AIDA Giuseppe Verdi
The Poznań staging of Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida directed by Marek Weiss-Grzesiński with Jean-Antoine Hierro’s scenography has already become a legend... » 

First performance of The Angel of the Odd, composed by Bruno Coli and commissioned by Poznań Opera House will be the conclusion of a project implemented in the season 2013/2014,  » 

CARMEN (24.05)
The combination of extraordinary, fiery, glamorous music by Bizet and a world-class libretto resulted in a work that is genius in every aspect. » 

DON GIOVANNI Wolfgang Amadeusz Mozart
"Don Giovanni" by Wolfgang A. Mozart masterfully combines light comic elements with fragments of dramatic tension and terror. » 

The opera’s musical score, neo-classicist in character, bears resemblance to the composer’s works from the 1930s... » 

Staged in an oriental setting, the opera tells the poignant tale of an abandoned geisha, unfolding across different cultures...  » 

NABUCCO Giuseppe Verdi
Polish version only » 

PARSIFAL Richarda Wagnera
This opera is the last of the major works of Richard Wagner and a perfect example of his idea of synthesis of arts. Composed entirely by Wagner, this mystery play combines the atmosphere of mysticism  » 

THE PORTRAIT Mieczysław Wajnberg
According to many experts of new music in the Soviet Union, after Sergei Prokofiev's death, it was Mieczysław Weinberg who could be considered the most interesting composer after Dmitri Shostakovich.  » 

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Jerry Bock / Joseph Stein
A dozen years or so the title was an absolute best-seller in Poznań, achieving a record 246 performances until all the costumes became worn out and the decorations were broken... » 

THE HAUNTED MANOR Stanisław Moniuszko
The libretto for The Haunted Manor written by Jan Chęciński, simply sparkles with humour...  » 

TOSCA Giacomo Puccini
The opera’s libretto tells the tragic love story of singer Tosca and painter Cavaradossio. Both of them fall victim to a sly plot by Scarpia, local police chief... » 

TRAVIATA (La traviata) Giuseppe Verdi
The first performances ended in scandal – the audience were outraged by the fact that the main protagonist was a disgraced woman...  »