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Die Zauberflöte

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Lincoln Center: Metropolitan Opera HouseNueva York, New York, 10023, Estados Unidos
2017 septiembre 27 19:30, septiembre 30 20:00, octubre 05 19:30, octubre 10 19:30, octubre 14 13:00
Intérpretes
Metropolitan Opera
James LevineDirector
Julie TaymorDirector de escena, Diseño de vestuario
George TsypinDiseño de escena
Golda SchultzSopranoPamina
Kathryn LewekSopranoQueen of the Night
Charles CastronovoTenorTamino
Markus WerbaBarítonoPapageno
Tobias KehrerBajoSarastro2017 sep 27, 30, oct 05, 10, 14 Matiné
René PapeBajoSarastro
Greg FedderlyTenorMonostatos
Ashley EmersonSopranoPapagena
Christian Van HornBajo-barítonoThe Speaker (Der Sprecher)
Wendy Bryn HarmerSopranoFirst Lady
Sarah MeskoMezzosopranoSecond Lady
Tamara MumfordMezzosopranoThird Lady
The Metropolitan Opera Chorus
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra

Die Zauberflöte—a sublime fairy tale that moves freely between earthy comedy and noble mysticism—was written for a theater located just outside Vienna with the clear intention of appealing to audiences from all walks of life. The story is told in a Singspiel (“song-play”) format characterized by separate musical numbers connected by dialogue and stage activity, an excellent structure for navigating the diverse moods, ranging from solemn to lighthearted, of the story and score. The composer and the librettist were both Freemasons—the fraternal order whose membership is held together by shared moral and metaphysical ideals—and Masonic imagery is used throughout the work. The story, however, is as universal as any fairy tale.

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