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Opéra Bastille - First performance on 17 April 2015 - 7:30PM

Ticket rates : 5€, 15€, 35€, 70€, 100€, 130€, 150€, 180€, 195€
17 Apr, 29 May, 19 Jun 5€, 15€, 38€, 77€, 110€, 143€, 165€, 198€, 214€

Running time : 2H46 with one interval

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deficients-visuels Audiodescription for visually impaired on 3, 10 and 14 May

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The Magic Flute
MOZART
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Presentation
DIE ZAUBERFLÖTE
SINGSPIEL IN TWO ACTS (1791)
MUSIC BY WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
LIBRETTO BY EMANUEL SCHIKANEDER
En langue allemande
We will never know how the presentiment of death came to Mozart, or in what form death sent its messengers. However, all the music composed in 1791, the last year of his life, leads us to believe that Mozart had heard the message and accepted it. Nurtured on the philosophy of the Enlightenment, The Magic Flute is a parable on the great themes that animated the 18th century: nature and nurture, education and morality, truth and religion. It expresses its convictions with deliberate naivety, exploring with moving simplicity the choices that all human beings must make. A mixture of fairy tale, populist comedy, philosophic fable, religious mystery and Masonic opera, it is to this ‘chaos’ that The Magic Flute owes its miraculous limpidity. It shows us pain and provides the healing balm; light triumphs over darkness illuminating the pathway to both love and brotherhood that must be followed by those who would be worthy of humanity.
Constantin Trinks (A) Conductor
Patrick Lange (B) Conductor
Robert Carsen Stage director
Michael Levine Sets
Petra Reinhardt Costumes
Martin Eidenberger Video
Robert Carsen / Peter Van Praet Lighting
Ian Burton Dramaturgy
José Luis Basso Choruses master
ArtisteNoteRôle
Mauro Peter
(A)
Tamino
Julien Behr
(B)
Tamino
Andreea Soare
(A)
Erste Dame
Caroline Stein
(B)
Erste Dame
Anna Pennisi
(A)
Zweite Dame
Aline Martin
(B)
Zweite Dame
Katharina Magiera
(A)
Dritte Dame
Barbara Di Castri
(B)
Dritte Dame
Edwin Crossley-Mercer
(A)
Papageno
Bjorn Bürger
(B)
Papageno
Elisabeth Schwarz
(A)
Papagena
Norma Nahoun
(B)
Papagena
Ante Jerkunica
(A)
Sarastro
Dimitry Ivashchenko
(B)
Sarastro
Rodolphe Briand
(A)
Monostatos
Michael Laurenz
(B)
Monostatos
Jacquelyn Wagner
(A)
Pamina
Camilla Tilling
(B)
Pamina
Jane Archibald
(A)
Königin der Nacht
Olga Pudova
(B)
Königin der Nacht
Roman Trekel
(17, 20, 24 avr, 3, 10, 14 mai)
Der Sprecher
Martin Gantner
(27, 30 avr, 6 mai, (B))
Der Sprecher
Michael Havlicek
Erster Priester
Dietmar Kerschbaum
Zweiter Priester
Maîtrise Des Hauts-de-seine⁄Paris Opera children's Chorus
Paris Opera Orchestra and Chorus

COPRODUCTION WITH thE FESTSPIELHAUS, BADEN-BADEN

(A) from 17 ApRIL to 14 MAy ⁄ (B) from 26 MAy to 28 JUne

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