The Magic Flute

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Overview

THE MAGIC FLUTE opens with Prince Tamino being rescued from a serpent by Ladies in the employ of the Queen of the Night. Papageno the bird-catcher arrives and claims he killed the serpent, but the outraged Ladies padlock Papageno's mouth for his lie. They also show Tamino a portrait of Princess Pamina, the Queen's kidnapped daughter, and he immediately falls in love. Protected by a golden flute, he sets off with the bird-catcher Papageno to rescue Pamina from the clutches of the sorcerer Sarastro and a madcap adventure involving magicians, wild animals and very Masonic-like trials. Triumphing over all adversity, the lovers unite, as the forces of light banish the darkness and Papageno even finds a true love of his own. The internationally renowned Mozart interpreter Sir Colin Davis conducts the chorus and orchestra of the Royal Opera House and a glittering cast in David McVicar's 2003 production of the opera Mozart wrote in the final year of his life, recorded live at Covent Garden.

  1. David McVicar

    Director

  2. Sue Judd

    Director

  3. Emanuel Schikaneder

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Will Hartmann

    Will Hartmann

    Tamino

  2. Dorothea Roschmann

    Dorothea Roschmann

    Pamina

  3. Diana Damrau

    Diana Damrau

    Queen of the Night

  4. Franz-Josef Selig

    Franz-Josef Selig

    Sarastro

  5. Ailish Tynan

    Ailish Tynan

    Papagena

  6. Adrian Thompson

    Adrian Thompson

    Monostatos

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Original Title Die Zauberflöte

Status Released

Original Language German

Runtime 3h 5m

Budget -

Revenue -

Homepage -

Release Information

  • January 27, 2003
    NR, Premiere

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