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Friday's performance of "Carmina Burana" moved to Saturday, July 9!

Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Viewers!we would like to kindly inform you that the performance "Carmina Burana" scheduled for today (July 8, at 21.00), due to the weather conditions posing a threat to Spectators and Artists, will be moved to Saturday, July 9 at. 19.00. The place of the performance remains unchanged, ie the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University.Purchased tickets for the show remain valid. If it is not possible to participate in the t Show moreShow more Show more

G. Verdi, ‘The Troubadour’

The staging, directed by Laco Adamik, with a set design and costumes by Barbara Kędzierska, was especially prepared for the ongoing 24th Summer Festival of the Kraków Opera. This year’s edition of the Festival has the extensive accomplishments of this brilliant pair of artists as its hallmark, who celebrate the 50th anniversary of their artistic work this year. Tomasz Tokarczyk was the music director for the performance. Show moreShow more Show more

Artistic jubilee of Barbara Kędzierska and Laco Adamik

Yesterday, we met at the opening of an exhibition combined with press briefing. The special guests included set designer Barbara Kędzierska and director Laco Adamik, who are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their creative work; many of their performances were presented at our stage and we are immensely proud of it. The meeting was a good opportunity for talks, reminiscences and wishes. Show moreShow more Show more

‘Te Deum Laudamus’ Concert to Mark 550 Years of Paulite Brothers at Skałka in Kraków

On 24 June 2022, the ceremonious concert ‘Te Deum Laudamus’ took place at the courtyard of the Basilica of St. Michael the Archangel and St. Stanislaus the Bishop and Martyr, forming a part of the celebrations of 550 years of incessant presence of the Paulite Order in this unique place. Show moreShow more Show more

‘The Haunted Manor’ to Celebrate the Jubilee of Maestro Tadeusz Kozłowski

The soloists, the Orchestra, the Choir and the Ballet of the Opera were conducted by Maestro Tadeusz Kozłowski, who celebrates the 50th anniversary of his artistic work. Show moreShow more Show more

Returns for tickets to events cancelled

Dear Sirs and/or Madams,Please be informed that returns for tickets to cancelled events will be processed until 16 July 2022. Show moreShow more Show more

Box Office hours on April 15 (Friday)

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Changes in Repertoire

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Opera's Box Office and Customer Service Department closed on February 28

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Performances canceled - "Countess Maritza", "Sir Twardowski"

Ladies and Gentlemen, Dear Audience,we are sorry to announce that - due to the Covid-19 cases amongst our Team and concerns about the safety of our Audience and Artists - we are forced to cancel the performances of "Countess Maritza" scheduled for 11, 12, 13 and 15 February.Furthermore, in view of the decision of the Minister of Education and Science regarding reintroduction of remote schooling, the performance of "Sir Twardowski" Show moreShow more Show more

Christmas Wishes

The Kraków Opera ensemble wishes you a Christmas filled with warmth and the sounds of music. Show moreShow more Show more

Announcement concerning changes in audience limits

Following the decision of the Minister of Health on changes pertaining to the applicable terms of participation of spectators in theatre performances and organisation of work of institutions and to ensure observance of safety measures, as of 15 December this year the number of seats in the audience during performances and concerts is reduced to 30% of the total number of seats in the audience. The limit does not apply to fully vaccinated persons who voluntarily present t Show moreShow more Show more