The Semperoper Dresden is a world-renowned institution and home to top ensembles such as the Staatskapelle Dresden, which enjoys a glittering history as one of the oldest orchestras in the world, the State Opera Chorus of Dresden, the Semperoper Ballett as well as numerous international guest artists. Over 700 people from more than 30 nations work shoulder to shoulder at the Semperoper to produce brilliant opera and ballet evenings, superb concerts and interesting formats for children and young people.
- Flexible work schedules
- Individual training opportunities
- Health management
- Staff canteen
- Reduced ticket prices for our performances
- Transparent, collectively-agreed salaries
- Annual bonus
- Other collectively-agreed supplementary payments
- Pension scheme
- Collectively-agreed holiday entitlement
- Benefits of public sector employment
Every year, the Dresden Chamber of Industry and Commerce awards five to six companies from its district the certificate »Exemplary Training Company«. We have repeatedly received this award for the sustained quality of our dual work-study vocational training, combined with a high success rate, as well as for our special commitment to providing work experience.
The Semperoper is a landmark building on the famous Theaterplatz beside the Elbe, which forms the centre of Dresden’s historic Altstadt district. The first opera house, which opened here in 1841, was designed by Gottfried Semper in late classicist, part Renaissance style.