Antonio Poli (20, 22, 24, 28, 30)
Anicio Zorzi Giustiniani (21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31)Speaker of the temple |
Leibundgut1st priest/ 2nd armoured man |
William Corrò1st armoured man/ 2nd priest |
Ekaterina Sadovnikova (20, 22, 24, 28, 30)
Anna Maria Sarra (21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31)
Alex Esposito (20, 22, 24, 28, 30)
Thomas Tatzl (21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31)Papagena |
Caterina di Tonno
The Queen of the Nigh
Olga Pudova (20, 22, 24, 28, 30)
Audrey Luna (21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31)1st lady |
Cristina Baggio2nd lady |
Rosa Bove3rd lady |
Silvia RegazzoMonostatos |
Three Genius |
Münchner Knabenchor’s soloist
an old woman |
Conductor | Antonello Manacorda
Director | Damiano Michieletto
director collaboration | Philipp M. Krenn
Sets | Paolo Fantin
Costumes | Carla Teti
light designer | Alessandro Carletti
video designer | Carmen Zimmermann
, Roland Horvath
La Fenice Opera House new production
in co-production with Fondazione Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
Le vendredi 30 octobre à 19h, le Teatro La Fenice propose une diffusion de "La flûte enchantée" de Mozart sur Culturebox, l’offre numérique dédiée à la culture de France Télévisions. L’opéra restera ensuite disponible en replay pendant plusieurs mois.
On Friday October 30th at 7pm, the Teatro La Fenice will broadcast Mozart’s Magic Flute on Culturebox, the online offer dedicated to culture on France Télévisions. The opera will be available on replay for the following months.
An esoteric fairy-tale, a mystical-dreamlike tale, and a symbolic-Masonic course: No matter which perspective you consider it from, The Magic Flute will always be one of Mozart’s undisputed masterpieces. Amidst exotic, fanciful settings and cruel trials to conquer knowledge, amidst musical enchantment and threatening hostile forces, is the final victory of good over evil and love over hate. Singspiel in two acts to a libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder, the Zauberflöte is one of the Salzburg genius’ last masterpieces, which he probably began composing in May 1791, not even six months before his death. The opera had its debut in Vienna on 30 September 1791, conducted by the composer himself and with Schikaneder as Papageno.
2 sketches, dress rehearsal.