The Magic Flute Tickets
The Magic Flute is one of those classical operas that came from the musical geniuses of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Composed in 1791 to Emanuel Schikanedar’s German Libretto, the Magic Flute is composed in two acts in a singspiel style, which includes both singing and spoken dialogue delivery.
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The Magic Flute made its world premiere back on September 30, 1791 in Vienna. The opera was staged for the first time at the Freihaus Theater auf der Wieden. The original production of the opera was conducted by Mozart himself, and the cast of the opera starred Josepha Hofer, Mozart’s sister in law and Schikaneder as well, who portrayed the role or Papageno. Even though the original production of the opera in Vienna didn’t receive any formal positive reviews or anything official, however it still turned out to be a huge success based upon the number of viewers that kept on flocking for its performances. This amount of success of the opera led to extended performance run of the original production, and it went on for hundreds of performances.
During the final days of his life, the Magic Flute really uplifted Mozart’s morale and spirit, when he saw the amount of success and popularity his opera was enjoying at that time. On December 5, 1791, Mozart passed away due to his illness, and hence he was not able to live up to see when the Magic Flute celebrated its 100th performance later in November of 1792. Since both Mozart and Schikaneder were free masons, the opera portrays numerous elements that can be related to Masonic beliefs. Moreover the elements in the opera also tend to support the concept of enlightened absolutism. Whereas the strong influences of the enlightenment philosophy are also very dominant in the overall plot of the opera. The character of Queen of the Nights, which was played by Mozart’s sister in law, is said to represent an anti Masonic empress, while Sarastro plays her antagonist, who supports the concept of enlightened sovereignty. The main story of the opera is all about the history and progress of mankind. It shows how, with the help of trial and error, mankind was able to break through the superstitious beliefs and embrace a life of reason and wisdom.
Before the inception of the Magic Flute , Schikaneder was already running his own theatrical troupe. Schikaneder’s troupe, at that time, was Theater auf der Wieden’s resident company; a position that it held since 1789. At that time when Mozart wasn’t acquainted with Schikaneder yet, he was close friends with Benedikt Schack, who was a singer & composer at Schikaneder’s theatrical troupe. Through Schack Mozart started contributing in several compositions for the troupe, and that’s how Mozart’s involvement with the troupe started to grow. This increased involvement with the troupe, paved way to the creation of the Magic Flute.
Mozart wrote the entire opera, keeping in mind the vocal capacity of the performers who were going to perform for the original production of the opera. Since local comic actors and virtuosi were hired to perform the opera at that time, their vocal lines were usually doubled by the instruments in order to help them. However Josepha Hofer didn’t need any such help, and played one of the most difficult roles in the history of opera, quite well. The popularity of the opera also spawned the movie of adaptations of it. The first ever movie adaptation of the opera was seen in Swedish language by Ingmar Bergman. The first English version of the movie adaption was released in 2006 by the same name.
Even years after its original premiere, the Magic Flute continues to be one of the classics. Witness the magic with the Magic Flute tickets this year as its production comes to your city. The Magic Flute tickets will surely indulge you in its plot, and truly flaunt the true talents of Mozart.
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