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Mozart: La Flûte Enchantée

Summary

Opera in staged version
  • Fom Tuesday December 27th 2022 to Sunday January 1st 2023
  • Royal Opera
  • 3h with intermission
Accueil Mozart: La Flûte Enchantée 2023

Cast

Florie Valiquette Pamina

Mathias Vidal Tamino

Marc Scoffoni Papageno

Emma Posman Queen of the Night

Guilhem Worms Sarastro

Pauline Feracci Papagena

Olivier Trommenschlager Monostatos

Suzanne Jerosme First Lady

Lucie Edel Second Lady

Mélodie Ruvio Third Lady

Matthieu Lécroart L’Orateur

Matthieu Chapuis First Priest, Man in Armor

Nicolas Brooymans Second Priest, Man in armor

Isaure Brunner, Marthe Davost, Alice Ungerer The three children

Désiré Lubek Child Tamino

Antoine Hélou, Alex Sander Dos Santos, Sayaka Kasuya, Mathieu Hibon, Iris Garabedian, David Cami de Baix Acrobats

Le Concert Spirituel Chorus and orchestra

Hervé Niquet Conductor

Cécile Roussat and Julien Lubek Stage direction

Sylvie Skinazi Costumes

Élodie Monet Set design

NN Children’s vocal coach

Presentation

In 1791, at the Theater auf der Wieden, in a suburb of Vienna, Mozart gave the first performance of his Singspiel Die Zauberflöte. Emanuel Schikaneder’s libretto – he was also the director in his own theatre – aimed to reach a popular audience in their own language. Thanks to the theatrical and dreamlike qualities of the work and to Mozart’s magnificent music it was performed more than a hundred times in a year, and its success has never waned since. To charm audiences of all ages, music lovers and inexperienced public, Mozart and Schikaneder’s plus was addressing spectators in their own language – and not in Italian as in court operas. This is what this new production is proposing, in a version entirely in French, staged by Cécile Roussat and Julien Lubek (remember their beautiful Dido and Aeneas by Purcell) and conducted by Hervé Niquet, with a team of soloists fully invested in their roles of actor-singers, in French, to give more force to Mozart’s masterpiece!!!

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Production Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège

Coréalisation Opéra Royal / Château de Versailles Spectacles, Le Concert Spirituel

 

 

With the exceptionnal support of ADOR – The Friends of the Royal Opera

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Programme

Opera in two acts with libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder, first performed in Vienna in 1791.

 

Performed in French with English and French surtitles

The Royal Opera of the Château de Versailles

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CD Mozart – La Flûte Enchantée

N°30
In the spirit of Mozart, who wanted to make his art available to as many people as possible, we present today the Magic Flute entirely in French!
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