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Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018

Author: C Major Entertainment

Mozart’s timeless masterpiece at the Salzburg Festival – it doesn’t get much better than this!

  • Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 | Copyright: © Ruth Walz

    Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 © Ruth Walz

  • Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 | Copyright: © Ruth Walz

    Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 © Ruth Walz

  • Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 | Copyright: © Ruth Walz

    Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018 © Ruth Walz

Especially when "The Magic Flute" receives such a "spectacular and virtuosic staging" (Le Figaro) by American director Lydia Steier. Her colourful, fairy-tale production conjures up magical scenes and revolves around Hollywood star Klaus Maria Brandauer as grandfather, who reads the fantastical story of Tamino’s quest to his three grandchildren.

The Three Boys are sung "technically flawlessly and expressively by three members of the Wiener Sängerknaben, a pure joy" (Spiegel Online). Constantinos Carydis leads a young ensemble of world class singers and draws "precise phrasing and plenty of crisp articulation from the Wiener Philharmoniker" (Financial Times).

A delight already enjoyed by over one million TV viewers in Germany alone!

Original title Die Zauberflöte from Salzburg Festival 2018
Genre Opera
Recording location Großes Festspielhaus, Salzburg, July, 2018
Duration 180 mins
Production Company ORF, ZDF/arte, UNITEL in collaboration with the Vienna Philharmonic and the Salzburg Festival
Composer W. A. Mozart
Orchestra / Band Wiener Philharmoniker
Conductor Constantinos Carydis
Choir Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor
Soloist Klaus Maria Brandauer, Matthias Goerne, Mauro Peter, Albina Shagimurotava, Christiane Karg, Adam Plachetka, Maria Nazarova

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