Mozart: “The Magic Flute” Premiered in Berlin in 2012 Komische Oper Berlin's Magic Flute staged by British theatre group 1927 and Barrie Kosky has since then had more than 350 performances in more than 25 cities worldwide and has been seen by about 500.000 people. It was originally co-produced with Deutsche Oper am Rhein, but has in the meanwhile been licensed or rented to and performed by.
Berlin’s Komische Oper is getting it right, if metrics are any guide. More than 300,000 people have seen the house’s hit production of Mozart’s Magic Flute, an ingenious piece of interactive.
THE MAGIC FLUTE, Komische Oper Berlin, Barrie Kosky, 1927, Adelaide Festival and State Opera of SA at the Festival Theatre, 1-3 March 2019. Photography by Tony Lewis. Fifteen years ago Julie Taymor provoked conniptions for the Metropolitan Opera when she sliced and diced The Magic Flute and introduced on-stage phantasms. How times change.The Magic Flute appears to give rise to more questions and mysteries rather than provide answers. At the end the immense fantasy of this magical opera defies all logic and reason. Its secret lies in deeper layers of fundamental human experiences for which the fairytale appears simply to be the most adequate form of expression and only music finds the appropriate language. It is with good.Komische Oper: Outstanding - See 176 traveller reviews, 100 candid photos, and great deals for Berlin, Germany, at Tripadvisor.
They made an exception for Barrie Kosky’s audacious staging of The Magic Flute, produced with Komische Oper Berlin in association with Suzanne Andrade and Paul Barritt of the British theatre company 1927. This is a slick production that has been touring internationally for a number of years since it opened in Berlin in 2012. It was an.Read More
Berlin’s Komische Oper is run by Barrie Kosky, maverick Australian director whose immensely loveable 2012 staging of Mozart’s The Magic Flute comes to Edinburgh this week. The idea is a 1920s silent picture: speech bubbles take care of the opera’s spoken dialogue and the cast interacts with a spectacular animated film that fills the back of the stage. Kosky teamed up with the theatre.Read More
Book your tickets online for Komische Oper, Berlin: See 176 reviews, articles, and 100 photos of Komische Oper, ranked No.111 on Tripadvisor among 1,050 attractions in Berlin.Read More
The Magic Flute. Mozart's Magic Flute is the most frequently performed opera in the German-speaking world. This variegated masterpiece straddling Viennese popular theatre, fairytale, myth and the mystery of freemasonry is a puzzle even today.Read More
Komische Oper Berlin director Barrie Kosky and British theatre group 1927 have reimagined the story of Prince Tamino, who sets out to rescue a damsel in distress. Melbourne-born and raised Kosky was a child when he first saw Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Magic Flute and was not impressed.Read More
From Saul to The Magic Flute, renowned director and former Adelaide Festival artistic director Barrie Kosky retains a special place in the hearts of many South Australian theatre goers. With any casual opera trips to Germany well and truly off the cards for the foreseeable future, Komische Oper Berlin has announced it will bring recordings of some of its recent productions to the internet.Read More
He and I are about to go in for the second half of Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute and, to be perfectly honest, if someone threatened to take me away from it, I'd be reacting.Read More
Since Barrie Kosky became Artistic Director of the Komische Oper Berlin, the company has received numerous awards, among them Opernwelt’s “ Opernhaus des Jahres” (2013) and “ Company of the Year” at the International Opera Awards 2015. They continue to present productions such as 1937 ’s rendition of The Magic Flute which showcases the range of creativity that Komische contains.Read More
The Magic Flute by Komische Oper Berlin, with its blend of film animation and live singers, has caused a sensation, and not just in Berlin: it has also been rapturously received by audiences and critics in Los Angeles, Madrid, Helsinki, Tokyo, Peking, Paris and many other cities around the globe. This is a production of the most-performed German opera which constantly takes the breath away.Read More
Komische Oper Berlin’s Dazzling, Tech-Savvy Magic Flute. 1927 has upped the ante, working with director Barrie Kosky in an enchanting reimagining of Mozart’s classic, The Magic Flute. The 2012 production, originally created for the Komische Oper Berlin, has been seen all over the world, including at opera companies in the United States. This week it finally appeared in New York, to open.Read More