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The opera company consists of a professional orchestra (The Orchestra of Welsh National Opera) and a professional choir (The Chorus of Welsh National Opera. The orchestra and the choir often perform at St David's Hall in Cardiff and at other venues throughout Wales. Official website wno.org.uk. July 2020. Jul 05 Sun. Beyond The Rainbow Welsh National Opera. Cardiff, Sophia Gardens. View.

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The Magic Flute. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Welsh National Opera, The Mayflower, Southampton, and touring (2008) Share: Mozart's popular opera The Magic Flute usually comes in one of two moods - solemn, bristling with the liturgy of The Square, or light, mischievous and ready to poke fun at human fascination with ritual at every turn. This production for WNO by Dominic Cooke, revived after.After wildly creative stagings by Julie Taymor and Barrie Kosky, has what we expect from The Magic Flute changed? WNO's production originating from the Carter era hopes not. Great performances from Sydney Mancasola (Pamina), Michael Adams (Papageno), Alexandria Shiner (1st Lady), Deborah Nansteel (2nd Lady), and Meredith Arwady (3rd Lady) are.Mostly Mozart Festival 2019 Review: The Magic Flute (Credit: Iko Freese) After a big red curtain opens up at the end of the overture, the audience is greeted with a massive movie screen. In the center, a door rotates to reveal Tamino behind an extension of the screen that covered the lower part of his body.


The Magic Flute, Welsh National Opera review - charming to hear, charmless to look at Mozart's pantomime about Nature and Reason stuck in a box. by Stephen Walsh Saturday, 16 February 2019. Share. Sarastro's temple triumphant: orange for Reason? Bill Cooper. I last saw this Magic Flute, directed by Dominic Cooke, when it was new, some 14 years ago, and I remember it mainly, I’m afraid, for.Welsh National Opera’s The Magic Flute 29th March 2019 Milton Keynes Theatre. The latest visit to Milton Keynes by the Welsh National Opera features three very different productions promising “masks, monarchy and magic”. The series opened on Wednesday with Un Ballo In Maschera part of Verdi’s famous trilogy which tells the gripping story of Sweden’s King Gustav III followed by one of.

Wno magic flute review 2019

WNO The Magic Flute Animals Photo by Bill Cooper This was my second opera and the second time I have thoroughly enjoyed the WNO, last time being Die Fledermaus and The Magic Flute was equally as entertaining. With a generous amount of gentle humour throughout.

Wno magic flute review 2019

Reviews (233) Tickets (204. WNO - The Magic Flute - Milton Keynes Theatre (atgtickets.com) Mozart’s The Magic Flute has always been a crowd-pleaser because it was, basically, written to please the crowds, and in that tradition Welsh National Opera’s revival offers an evening of enchantment and sublime music for all. By 1791 the composer was ill and desperately short of money. Over the.

Wno magic flute review 2019

Welsh National Opera's 2005 version of The Magic Flute may not be to everyone's taste, but it's an intriguing production nevertheless. The Freemasonry links are obvious enough: the action takes place on a raised boxed set (closed society) with doors in groups of three (Masonic symbolism) on all sides.

Wno magic flute review 2019

The final part of the trilogy making up WNO’s 2019 Spring Season (Mozart’s The Magic Flute and Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera being the others) addressing issues of the monarchy and its uses and abuses of power; this is an opera which compels and stirs through its music, a bridge between the heights of early nineteenth century bel canto when beauty of line is all and the heavier dramas of.

Wno magic flute review 2019

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Wno magic flute review 2019

Masks, Monarchy and Magic: Welsh National Opera announces details of their spring season The Welsh National Opera (WNO) 2019 Spring Season starts off with a new production of Verdi’s Un ballo in maschera, followed by revivals of Mozart’s The Magic Flute and Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux.

Wno magic flute review 2019

The Magic Flute: Adventure Where The Wild Things Are Reviewed by Ed Cloos Seen November 9, 2019. Mozart's The Magic Flute has multiple “lead” characters. This season an extra was added, and he was a hit. Maurice Sendak designed the set and costumes which perfectly expressed the enchanted forest theme of the popular opera.

Wno magic flute review 2019

The series opened on Wednesday with Un Ballo In Maschera part of Verdi’s famous trilogy which tells the gripping story of Sweden’s King Gustav III followed by one of the most popular comedies, Mozart’s The Magic Flute on Thursday and Donizetti’s Roberto Devereux, a stylish and querky history of the British Royal Family. Finally on Saturday there’s another chance to see The Magic Flute.

Wno magic flute review 2019

WNO’s Artistic Director David Pountney says “All three of our operas in this season touch on the issue of kingship. The Magic Flute involves the training of an ideal, enlightened ruler and hopefully suggests that the future will be ruled by an equally matched male and female pair. Roberto Devereux celebrates the power and charisma of one of.

Wno magic flute review 2019

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Wno magic flute review 2019

Review: WNO’s The Magic Flute Milton Keynes Theatre Thursday 28th March 2019. This week, the Welsh National Opera has arrived at Milton Keynes Theatre and we went along to see last night’s fantastical production of Mozart’s timeless classic, The Magic Flute. This Opera is a Singspiel (a German-language music-drama) however is sung and spoken in English which was a nice change to see an.

Wno magic flute review 2019

It may have been played consistently for over 200 years, but very few times in its history has Mozart’s The Magic Flute seen its hero, Tamino, start proceedings by battling a giant lobster.

Wno magic flute review 2019

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Wno magic flute review 2019

The Magic Flute is a much more remarkable and meaningful opera than I have previously realized, and WNO’s production checks all the boxes for success with the added pleasure of Maurice Sendak’s design of the set and costumes. All of this, of course is supported by Mozart’s great music. I just read a quote attributed to theologian Karl Barth to the effect that when the angels play music.