Kosky’s collaboration on The Magic Flute with co-director Suzanne Andrade and Paul Barritt of 1927 is in many ways a match made in heaven. I last saw 1927, a company which subversively and beautifully combines animation and theatre, in 2010, when they premiered their show The Animals and Children Took to the Streets at the Malthouse Theatre.
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.
Kosky and his multi-award-winning opera company, the Berlin-based Komische Oper will make a triumphant return to the 2019 Adelaide Festival with its most popular and joyous masterwork, Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Following its Berlin premiere in 2012, The Magic Flute has won Opera World Awards, accumulated rapturous reviews and played to over half a million people in 22 cities across Europe.Barrie Kosky's 'Magic Flute' production for the Mostly Mozart Festival is animated, but only in the literal sense.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.
Good Regietheater can bring opera alive in unexpected and wonderful ways.Barrie Kosky's production of The Magic Flute, first seen at Berlin's Komische Oper in 2012 and revived this season at Los Angeles Opera (seen Nov. 23), sheds new light on a work with which we are perhaps all too familiar.Working in conjunction with Suzanne Andrade, the inventive director of the radical British theatre.
A thrilling summer of international music, opera, and dance featuring the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, renowned guest artists, emerging voices, premieres, and more—all reflecting Mozart’s legacy of invention and humanity.
Kosky’s The Magic Flute makes a successful leap from the late eighteenth century of Mozart’s mythic setting to the early days of silent films crossed with German cabaret, Expressionist cinema and Hollywood animation. Paul Barritt’s projected animation is wonderfully inventive, and Suzanne Andrade’s original direction is a marvel of timing and mechanics.
Mozart The Magic Flute Mozart's classic like you have never seen before. Filled with captivating, interactive projections, this breathtaking production by Barrie Kosky and Suzanne Andrade uses a silent-film aesthetic with 21st-century technology to deliver a Magic Flute unlike any that has been seen at HGO before. The classic story centers on the noble Prince Tamino’s quest to rescue Pamina.
The Magic Flute description. Having played in more than 25 cities around the world, The Magic Flute finally comes to Australia for the opening weekend of the 2019 Adelaide Festival. Mozart’s The Magic Flute is as much mass popular entertainment as it is a masterpiece and this unique production, which has delighted over half a million people worldwide, excels on both levels.
Celebrated co-directors Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Kosky present The Magic Flute in a playfully subversive, crowd-pleasing production that evokes a meeting between 1920s silent movies and David Lynch, with the singers performing amidst fanciful animated projections.
The Magic Flute May 16th to 26th at Place des Arts Yes, stage director Barrie Kosky’s Flute finally makes its way to Montreal! Having enchanted audiences around the world, this thrilling production, reminiscent of the silent film era, offers us a treat for the eyes and ears.
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.
Jeni Houser is the Queen of the Night and Bogdan Volkov is Tamino in Barrie Kosky’s fanciful, silent-movie-era production of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute,” presented by L.A. Opera.
The Magic Flute will be conducted by Music Director James Conlon (November 16-23) and by Resident Conductor Grant Gershon (December 1-15). The production, originally created by Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Kosky, features animation designed by Paul Barritt, and will be staged by director Tobias Ribitzki.
Kosky saw Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea in a small theatre in Hanover and thought it “could be a way in which we could bring The Magic Flute in a larger way onto the stage”. The end result of the collaborative work sees the 1791 opera blended with live action, music and animation that gives a nod to the silent film era.