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The whimsical tale of The Magic Flute comes to life at Washington National Opera (WNO) at the Kennedy Center Opera House from November 2a?23, 2019. Performed in English with projected surtitles.
Alumni Night at the Washington National Opera's Performance of Mozart's The Magic Flute These specially priced tickets also include a private pre-performance talk with WNO Expert in The Private African Lounge at 6:30 pm before the 7:30 pm performance and a post-performance party with artists and WNO Trustees in the private Russian Lounge. The Magic Flute - Mozart meets Maurice Sendak and a.
The Magic Flute Synopsis ACT ONE Scene One. A young prince named Tamino is being chased by a serpent through a valley. After he falls unconscious, three ladies emerge from a temple and kill the snake. Tamino awakens and assumes the snake was killed by a good-natured bird catcher named Papageno who has just arrived on the scene. When Papageno accepts the credit, the three ladies reappear and.
Tamino: Robert Felstead: Papageno: Luke Deacon: Pamina: Rachel Treadaway: Queen of the Night: Hannah Dobra: Sarastro: James Mitchell: Ladies: Tamsin Slatter, Alex.
When artist Jun Kaneko's digital sets and inventive costumes for The Magic Flute debuted at San Francisco Opera two summers ago, the critics did handsprings. I'm sure operagoers enjoyed the same intriguing visuals in Washington National Opera's new production, which opened Saturday night at the Kennedy Center. But beyond the nonstop stream of colorful images, what I admired was an impressive.
Event in Washington by Washington National Opera and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, November 2 2019 with 508 people.
Mozart’s “The Magic Flute” at the Kennedy Center is a Washington National Opera production directed by Christopher Mattaliano which moves the opera in brilliant transitions from simple to complex. From the very introduction, the orchestra, conducted superbly by Eun Sun Kim, is accompanied by visuals on the curtain in the illustration style of Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s book.