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The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera

Author: ORF-Enterprise GmbH & Co KG

Max Simonischek makes his opera debut as Papageno in this performance of Mozart’s “Magic Flute”.

  • The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera | Copyright: © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

    The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

  • The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera | Copyright: © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

    The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

  • The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera | Copyright: © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

    The Magic Flute – St. Margarethen Open Air Opera © ORF / Oper im Steinbruch / Armin Bardel

Husband and wife team Carolin Pienkos and Cornelius Obonya will also be directing their first performance on this impressive open-air stage in the former Roman quarry. The unique backdrop of the St. Margarethen quarry offers a spectacular yet magical backdrop for Mozart’s parable on love and reason.

Duration 150 minutes
Choir Vienna Philharmonia Chorus
Orchestra / Band Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor Karsten Januschke
Director Carolin Pienkos and Cornelius Obonya
Producer Axis Film in association with Oper am Steinbruch for ORF III
Soloist Luke Stoker (Sarastro/Bass), Danae Kontora (The Queen of the Night/Soprano), Attilio Glaser (Tamino/Tenor), Ana Maria Labin (Pamina/Soprano), Max Simonischek (Papageno/Bass), Theresa Dax (Papagena/Soprano), Elizabeth Reiter (Lady/Soprano), Nina Tarandek (Lady/Soprano), Marie-Luise Dreßen (Lady/Soprano), Keith Bernard Stonum (Monostatos/Tenor), Uwe Schenker Primus (Armoured Men/Bass), Michael McCown (Priest/Armoured Men/Tenor)

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