The Magic Flute Night 1 A young man seeks to find light in a world filled with darkness. On the quest for truth and ultimately, love, our hero and his silly companion will face many trials.
The three women give Tamino a magic flute to help in his quest and with the aid of a bird-catcher, Papageno, Tamino journeys to Sarastro’s temple and meets Pamina for the first time.Sir Thomas Allen returns to Scottish Opera to revive his five-star production of Mozart’s most inventive opera. Set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne, this enthralling Magic Flute perfectly balances the opera’s beguiling mix of comedy, fantasy and pantomime with a profound story of the search for wisdom, love and truth.The Magic Flute, written and first staged in 1791, remains forever young. Now seeing its third UK revival, this English National Opera’s co-production with the Dutch National Opera and Aix-en-Provence Festival throws itself with inventiveness and abandon into tackling the many funny, beautiful, moving and contemporary sides of Mozart and Emanuel Schikaneder’s fantastical world.
Scottish Opera staged the UK’s first Dementia Friendly opera performance in November 2016, with The Marriage of Figaro at Festival Theatre Edinburgh. Those who wish to discover more about how the production was created can attend The Magic Flute Unwrapped, one-hour tasters delving further into the show, as well as Pre-show Talks.
Pre-Opera Talks are FREE with a ticket to a TDO performance and are guaranteed to increase your knowledge and enjoyment of opera. Pre-Opera talks are held in the Margaret McDermott Performance Hall, one hour before each TDO mainstage performance, excluding opening night October 18, 2019. Sung in German with English supertitles PG-13.
The Royal Opera House revived the McVIcar production of The Magic Flute with Leo Hussain conducting, Elsa Dregising and Benjamin Hulett as main couple.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final great opera, The Magic Flute, now enchanting audiences at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome.
Mozart The Magic Flute Mozart's classic like you have never seen before. Filled with captivating, interactive projections, this breathtaking production by Barrie Kosky and Suzanne Andrade uses a silent-film aesthetic with 21st-century technology to deliver a Magic Flute unlike any that has been seen at HGO before. The classic story centers on the noble Prince Tamino’s quest to rescue Pamina.
This specially-devised opera is a wonderful introduction for school children, and teachers alike. Sung in English, this shortened version of The Magic Flute will be accompanied with a free teachers’ cross curricular resource pack (available from January 2019).
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The performance was conducted by Marc Albrecht and the production was designed by Michael Levine. Co-production with Dutch National Opera and Festival d'Aix-en-Provence Original production supported by ENO’s Contemporary Opera Group and the English National Opera Trust. Tour. 2019. English National Opera 14 March - 11 April 2019. 2018. Dutch.
Sun 31 Mar 2019, 8 pmHCMC Opera HouseNo. 7 Lam Son Square, D.1, HCMC. From the organizer: Mozart’s opera “Die Zauberflote” (The magic Flute) is one of HBSO’s most popular productions, and it is being revived for a single performance on March 31 in the Saigon Opera House. The opera will be sung in German, with the dialogue spoken in Vietnamese.
Bowler hats and lobsters: WNO's surreal Magic Flute returns By Rohan Shotton, 19 February 2019 Welsh National Opera's revival of Dominc Cooke's 2005 Magic Flute is an unabashedly entertaining evening of operatic pantomime.
The Magic Flute never goes out of favour, but it's never out of date either, with its profound insights, wrapped in the most delectable music. And directed by David McVicar at the Royal Opera House it's hard to find a better production. No wonder it will reach its 350th performance during this run.
An accessible entry to the world of top-tier opera for anyone, and an enjoyable rendition of an old favourite for those who already know and love the Magic Flute. Available here until 3 July 2020.
A children’s tale for some and a profound meditation on life and death for others, Mozart’s last opera is a dazzling extravaganza that takes the form of an initiatory tale. The protagonists include a prince from a far-off land in search of a slightly suicidal princess, a giant snake, a boastful bird catcher, the Queen of the Night and a mysterious High Priest who prescribes strange rites.
Opera in two acts Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder First performed on 30. September, 1791 in Vienna Premiered at the Deutsche Oper Berlin on 24. September, 1991 Recommended from 10 years on Prince Tamino is menaced by a wild dragon. At the last moment he is saved by three mysterious women, who have been sent by the Queen of the Night. When the bird catcher Papageno appears and boasts of his.