Description Cover of the production directed by Robert Carsen played for the first time here in 2014, and created at Baden-Baden the year before (read our french chronicle). More information is available on the official website of the opera house.
Who’s Who in The Magic Flute: A Character Guide By Jennifer Williams, November 4, 2013. Monsters and magical flutes, princes and priests, bears and buffoons: a one-stop guide to help you tell friend from foe in the colourful world of The Magic Flute. The Hero. Photo by Branco Gaica. Tamino (pronounced tah-mee-no) A young prince who sets out on an adventure to find and rescue his princess.
The Magic Flute is an example of a Classical period opera; It is a singspiel, a type of German language opera with spoken dialogue in place of the recit. The recit which appears in No 4 is revived for more dramatic reasons. First performed in 1791. It is scored for vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra. In Number 4 the Queen of the Night commands her hero, Tamino to rescue her daughter Pamina.
The Magic Flute by Mozart in a fresh and inventive staging by Erich Parce. This story revolves around the antics of the Knight family: Quintessa and Sarastro Knight, who their four daughters have nicknamed “The Queen” and “The Czar.” The two parents have recently been divorced and the mother has custody of the four girls. Their youngest daughter Pamina, because of the malevolence of.
That’s because The Magic Flute is like nothing they’ve ever seen before. The stage is alive with colour and movement, the music is enchanting, the movement is magical. From Monostatos’ grotesque nose to the Queen of the Night’s shimmering wings, everyone and everything that appears on stage is larger than life. As in a Pixar film, this production brilliantly balances visual stimulation.
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The Magic Flute is an opera by classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Unlike many other operas of its time, The Magic Flute is in singspiel style, with a combination of sung and spoken.
The Magic Flute (German: ), K. 620, is an opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder. The work is in the form of a Singspiel, a popular form that included both singing and spoken dialogue.