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The Magic Flute

Opera in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


27 Jan 2025

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About the opera

  • Run time: 3hrs 00min, 1 intermission
  • Sung in: German
  • Subtitles: English, German and other languages
  • Opera house: Vienna State Opera

One of the greatest operas ever written, the Magic Flute concerns the search for truth and reason, love and enlightenment. This opera season maestro Cornelius Meister conducts Mozart’s immortal score, with Dmitry Korchak leading the cast as Tamino, the noble prince who sets out to rescue the beautiful Pamina, sung by Mané Galoyan. They are joined by Peter Kellner as the lovable bird catcher Papageno, and Sara Blanch as the evil Queen of the Night. Günther Groissböck as the benevolent Sarastro and Martin Häßler as the Speaker round out the ensemble.

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Vienna State Opera


Opernring 2, 1010 Vienna View in Google Maps

How to get there:

Subway: U1, U2, U4 to Karlsplatz

Trams: 1, 2, D, 62, 71 to Opernring

After the performance taxis will drive up to the main entrance

Conductor Cornelius Meister

Sarastro Günther Groissböck

Tamino Dmitry Korchak

Sprecher Martin Häßler

2. Priester Martin Häßler

Königin der Nacht Sara Blanch

Pamina Mané Galoyan

Papagena Ileana Tonca

Papageno Peter Kellner

Monostatos Thomas Ebenstein

The son of a Salzburg court musician, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) showed prodigious ability from his earliest years. The young Mozart spent much of his childhood touring Europe with his father, performing before nobility. He went on to compose in all musical genres of his day and excelled in every one. Mozart's operas in particular represent the peak of his genius and remain unsurpassed in terms of beauty, vocal challenge and dramatic insight. Mozart died only a few weeks after the premiere of Die Zauberflöte, his last opera.

An old friend of Mozart, Emanuel Schikaneder (1751–1812), wrote the opera’s libretto, staged the work, and sang the role of Papageno at the premiere. The libretto draws on several literary sources, and is further strongly influenced by the ideas of Freemasonry, by earlier productions of Schikaneder’s theater company and by the tradition of Viennese popular theatre.