The Magic Flute
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The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The Magic Flute was Mozart’s last work – and a testimony to his lyrical genius. He died a few weeks after it premiered in Vienna.
The production presented at the Opéra Comique is a version by Barrie Kosky and the London Collective in 1927. On stage, animated film and video is used to evoke a world where an atmosphere of supernaturalism reigns supreme.
Created in Berlin in 2012, this production will have its French premiere at the Opéra Comique on 6 November.
Prince Tamino is ordered by the Queen of the Night to rescue her daughter Pamina, with help from Papageno, from the clutches of High Priest Sarastro. Tamino receives a magic flute to help them on their journey. But, as he advances on his adventure, Tamino discovers that the forces of evil are not what he thought they would be.
Musical director: Kevin John Edusei
Mise en scène: Suzanne Andrade, Barrie Kosky
With Nadja Mchantaf / Nicole Chevalier, Tansel Akzeybek / Adrian Strooper, Christina Poulitsi /Olga Pudova, Önay Köse, Dominik Köninger / Richard Sveda, Talya Lieberman, Ivan Tursic / Peter Renz, Brigitte Geller / Nina Bernsteiner, Gemma Coma-Alabert / Katarzyna Wlodarczyk, Nadine Weissmann / Helena Köhne, Johannes Dunz / Timothy RichardsPhilipp Meierhöfer / Daniil Chesnokov, Tölzer Knabenchor Chœur, Arnold Schoenberg Chor
Orchestra: Komische Oper Berlin