Mozart: DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE
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Few musicians still believe in fairy-tales — but each and every one of them believes in Mozart’s Zauberflöte.
Mozart’s Zauberflöte is the radical antithesis of Figaro and Così fan tutte — operas set in Mozart’s time that deal with problems of concern to adults. “Adult aristocrats,” we need to specify – and then we begin to truly understand Die Zauberflöte, which is a fairy-tale for a new, middle- and lower-middle-class audience craving fantasy and eager to dream themselves away from drab everyday life into a world of princesses and bird people. And yet: in spite of the later Titus, Die Zauberflöte would become Mozart’s true legacy. A work that defies attempts to be understood logically, thus opening doors onto the unconscious. This makes it a fascinating counterpart to Wagner’s Parsifal and – as a single glance at the cast will make it abundantly clear – one of the highlights of this season.
Photo: Hans van der Woerd
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Die Zauberflöte – opera in two acts, K. 620. Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder.
In German with German and English surtitles.
- Yannick Nézet-Séguin Conductor
- Rolando Villazón Papageno
- Regula Mühlemann Papagena
- Franz-Josef Selig Sarastro
- Albina Shagimuratova Königin der Nacht
- Christiane Karg Pamina
- Klaus Florian Vogt Tamino
- Paul Schweinester Monostatos
- Tareq Nazmi Sprecher
- RIAS Kammerchor
- Chamber Orchestra of Europe
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