The Magic Flute by Komische Oper Berlin, with its blend of film animation and live singers, has caused a sensation, and not just in Berlin: it has also been rapturously received by audiences and critics in Los Angeles, Madrid, Helsinki, Tokyo, Peking, Paris and many other cities around the globe. This is a production of the most-performed German opera which constantly takes the breath away.
It seems more difficult to produce a satisfying Magic Flute than one might. Indeed, Adela Zaharia, a member of the Komische Oper’s Opera Studio, was definitely one of the stars of the show: hers was a genuinely touching performance. Her Tamino, Adrian Strooper, had his moments, offering a generally winning earnestness, but sometimes forced his voice. Tom Erik Lie was a characterful.
Answer 1 of 15: Hi, my hubby and I are interested in visiting Berlin, and seeing an opera or ballet performance while there. From what I have read, the Komische tends to put original and modern touches on their performances. I noticed that The Magic Flute is.
The Magic Flute was co-directed by Suzanne Andrade and Barry Kosky, with full-scale animation, created by Paul Barritt. The production premiered at the Komische Opera Berlin in November 2012 where it continues to play in repertoire, alongside new productions worldwide. The Magic Flute had its world premiere at Komische Opera Berlin on 25.
Berlin’s Komische Oper is getting it right, if metrics are any guide. More than 300,000 people have seen the house’s hit production of Mozart’s Magic Flute, an ingenious piece of interactive.
Hi, my hubby and I are interested in visiting Berlin, and seeing an opera or ballet performance while there. From what I have read, the Komische tends to put original and modern touches on their performances. I noticed that The Magic Flute is offered repeatedly through the fall. My questions: 1) Has.
The Komische Oper Berlin travel across to the Far East this October to perform Barrie Kosky’s hugely successful and impelling production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute in Macau and Kaohsiung. Co-conceived by 1927 ’s Co-Artistic Directors Paul Barritt and Suzanne Andrade in collaboration with Kosky. The production will run for seven performances starting on 4 October and across the two.
THE MAGIC FLUTE, Komische Oper Berlin, Barrie Kosky, 1927, Adelaide Festival and State Opera of SA at the Festival Theatre, 1-3 March 2019. Photography by Tony Lewis. Fifteen years ago Julie Taymor provoked conniptions for the Metropolitan Opera when she sliced and diced The Magic Flute and introduced on-stage phantasms. How times change.
The Magic Flute Credit: Toni Wilkinson. While Mozart’s traditional score, performed in the Perth season by the West Australian Symphony Orchestra, is still in place along with the German Libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder (with English surtitles), the extensive dialogue is replaced by title cards presented on the massive screen that encompasses the entire stage at His Majesty’s Theatre.
The Komische Oper Berlin, located in the heart of the city between the Brandenburg Gate, the Museumsinsel, and Checkpoint Charlie, stands for contemporary, vital musical theatre. Its splendid, neo-baroque auditorium has room for 1190 audience members. Each year, more than 180,000 visitors come to be inspired by diverse programme of the venue voted best opera house in 2007.
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Directed by Australian artistic director, Barrie Kosky of the Komische Oper Berlin, crowds have been awed by the production’s sheer imagination and the precision with which the artists perform the dance-like directions, that merge with film animation, giving it a live spectacle feel, mixed in with cabaret and dabs of British humour and opera. Kosky integrates animation to create an.
Barrie Kosky’s The Magic Flute is a contemporary spectacle, despite the opera’s outdated attitudes February 21, 2019 11.26pm EST Vivienne Glance, University of Western Australia.
Komische Oper Berlin director Barrie Kosky and British theatre group 1927 have reimagined the story of Prince Tamino, who sets out to rescue a damsel in distress. Melbourne-born and raised Kosky was a child when he first saw Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute and was not impressed.
Gloriously inventive animation and live action meet the stunning music of Mozart in this fantastically fun interpretation of the enchanted world of The Magic Flute. Mozart’s master comedy opera is richly reimagined in a boundary-busting production by internationally-acclaimed opera company Komische Oper Berlin and co-directed by Barrie Kosky and Suzanne Andrade from British theatre group 1927.Berlin’s Komische Oper is run by Barrie Kosky, maverick Australian director whose immensely loveable 2012 staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes to Edinburgh this week. The idea is a 1920s silent picture: speech bubbles take care of the opera’s spoken dialogue and the cast interacts with a spectacular animated film that fills the back of the stage. Kosky teamed up with the theatre.Complete Information About The Magic Flute in Germany at Komische Oper Berlin. Tamino in the stomach of the dragon, the queen of the night as a huge spider, dancing constellations and flying.