The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflote) T01489907685 Bizarre and spellbinding. The Magic Flute features two love stories, a serpent, a Queen, a High Priest and a comedian, whose intrigues unfold to the beauty of Mozart's most popular opera score and Schikaneder's witty dialogue. Music: Mozart: Lyrics: Schikaneder: Archive :: production:T01489907685, opera or operetta:S2009, venue:V754 Current.
The second opera being performed is The Magic Flute on two nights - March 5 and March 6. This is one of Mozart's most popular and famous operas, and due to its popularity, the show will also return to Birmingham Hippodrome again in June for the WNO's summer season (performed on June 10 and 12).
Magic Butterfly will open outside Wales Millennium Centre on 14th July for free, running for four weeks before touring to Llandudno, Birmingham and Liverpool during WNO’s Autumn season.
WNO - The Magic Flute tickets and tour dates - compare prices and buy your tickets here.
WNO Ballo in Maschera; Royal Birmingham Conservatoire's Magic Flute; Andrew Tyson at Codsall review; Denis Matthews memories; Vasily Petrenko interview; Sinfonia of Birmingham review; CBSO Mozart and Brahms review; February 2019 16. January 2019 12. 2018 139. December 2018 14. November 2018 23. October 2018 26. September 2018 9. August 2018 9. July 2018 14. June 2018 11. May 2018 20. April.
WNO.The Magic Flute. Theatre Royal Royal Parade Plymouth Devon PL1 2TR. Tel: 01752 267222. Email. Visit Website. About us. The mysterious Queen of the Night coaxes Tamino to rescue her beautiful daughter Pamina from the grip of the evil enchanter Sarastro. With a magic flute and a set of magic bells for protection he sets off on his journey aided by Papageno, the bird-catcher. But as they.
WNO: The Magic Flute 10 Jun 2015 at Birmingham Hippodrome, Hurst Street Birmingham. Every now and then we need a night at the theatre which just makes us smile. Dominic Cooke’s warm and witty production of The Magic Flute does just that. The combination of Mozart’s sublime music and Cooke’s surreal staging featuring an angry lobster, a new.
Whats On Guide. April 25, 2019. Welsh National Opera - The Magic Flute (Mozart). Welsh National Opera - The Magic Flute (Mozart) At Venue Cymru - Welsh National Opera’s irresistible production transports you to a dream world where you’ll meet colourful characters including a newspaper-reading lion and a fish doubling as a bicycle. Combined with a witty story, moments of enchantment and.
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire presents Mozart’s late masterpiece, The Magic Flute, sung in German with English dialogue. Premiered in 1791, just two months before the composer’s untimely death, The Magic Flute is a virtuosic display of Mozart as both musician and dramatist. From the stratospheric heights of the Queen of the Night famous aria to the profound depths of Saratro’s, join.
Magic Butterfly, a re-imagining of scenes from Madama Butterfly and The Magic Flute, Welsh National Opera is combining opera with virtual reality (VR) in an installation which opens on 14 July 2017. Magic Butterfly, a re-imagining of scenes from Madama Butterfly and The Magic Flute.
Birmingham Hippodrome, 6-7 March 2015. The mid-season productions may both be revivals but there was little sense of cost-cutting where the musical presentation was concerned. As with previous seasons, operas have been grouped around themes and this one is concerned with magic, though there were some far more serious overtones. Dominic Cooke’s production of The Magic Flute draws on the.
Moralising, mirth and surreal symbolism combine in Dominic Cooke’s production for Welsh National Opera at Wales Millennium Centre.
Welsh National Opera takes its production of Mozart’s Magic Flute on the road from February. It is among the composer’s best-loved pieces, and depicts a dream world full of beautiful music.
Operatic roles include 3rd Lady (Magic Flute) and Mme Larina (Eugene Onegin) for Welsh National Opera, Witch, Mother and Dew Fairy (Hansel and Gretel) for WNO MAX and Pocket Opera. Joanne has covered the roles of Santuzza ( Cavalleria rusticana), Penelope (Ulisse), Liubov (Mazepa), Marfa (Khovanshchina), Azucena (Il Trovatore) and Amneris (Aida.
WNO The Magic Flute. Every now and then we need a night at the theatre that just makes us smile. Warm, fun and witty, Mozart’s The Magic Flute does just that. Director Dominic Cooke presents a bold production that combines Mozart’s sublime music with surreal staging featuring an angry lobster, a newspaper reading lion and a fish doubling as a bicycle.
Welsh National Opera: The magic flute - See 49 traveler reviews, 5 candid photos, and great deals for Cardiff, UK, at Tripadvisor.
Browse Welsh National Opera tour dates and order tickets for upcoming theatre shows near you. Book with Ents24.com, the UK's biggest entertainment guide. Welsh National Opera Tour Dates. Follow Founded in Cardiff in 1943, WNO exists to produce, perform and tour thrilling and entertaining world-class opera. The Company has always provided a mix of traditional and less-well-known operas.
Welsh National Opera is a world-class touring opera company with a permanent company of 250 people. The work of the Chorus, Orchestra, principal singers, music staff and other creative teams is supported by a strong administration. This includes departments specifically specialising in areas including Development, Finance, Marketing, Media, Planning, Technical and WNO MAX.
The Magic Flute. Mozart - Spring 2009. Mozart’s final masterpiece is the story of a terrifying and joyful journey in pursuit of love, wisdom and happiness. ETO’s new English-language production by physical theatre specialist Liam Steel, conducted by Paul McGrath, will be a memorable night.