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Metropolitan Opera Live in HD (also known as The Met: Live in HD) is a series of live opera performances transmitted in high-definition video via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City to select venues, primarily movie theaters, in the United States and other parts of the world.The first transmission was of a condensed English-language version of Mozart's The Magic Flute on.
Mozart’s The Magic Flute The Met made history in December 2006 when it presented its first Live in HD transmission to movie theaters worldwide —the abridged English-language version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. This holiday season the opera returns to select movie theaters in a special encore presentation.
By doing that, it gives greater meaning and impact to the opera’s messages about humanism and Enlightenment values. While clearly manifest, the more serious overall themes charm in direct proportion to the entertainment that surrounds them. Fundamentally, this Magic Flute lets Mozart and Schikaneder put their imagination and artistry on display.
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Julie Taymor’s ambitious 2006 Metropolitan Opera production of Mozart’s Magic Flute was the first in the acclaimed HD broadcast series, and was broadcast live to movie theaters around the globe.It is an absolute visual and aural delight for young and old alike, with some of the most impressive costume and set designs in all of the Met’s digital archive.
Though clearly a high budget production, this version of the Magic Flute by the Metropolitan Opera is quite disappointing. Fully translated into English and edited to a duration of two hours, it is more akin to a Broadway musical than to a classic work.
Opera. The Metropolitan Opera in New York’s online streamings continue with Massenet’s Manon. (The Magic Flute) (28 June) with a staging that bursts to life with vivid colours.
Marc Chagall designed The Magic Flute in 1968 for the New York’s Metropolitan Opera, David Hockney designed it in 1978 for Glyndebourne.
Metropolitan Opera - The Magic Flute in New York Where: 20 Lincoln Center Plz-, New York Venue: Metropolitan Opera House.
Just in time for the holidays, the Met’s abridged, English-language version of The Magic Flute returns to select cinemas. Julie Taymor’s groundbreaking production of Mozart's classic fairy tale features dazzling puppetry and costumes—making it perfect for audiences of all ages.
The Magic Flute (abridged), Metropolitan Opera, New York. Share on Twitter (opens new window) Share on Facebook (opens new window). The vehicle, billed as The Magic Flute, was not Mozart’s.
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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of New York Metropolitan Opera Live in HD, the Met Opera presents an encore of the first ever Live in HD title, The Magic Flute.
The Magic Flute has delighted audiences of all ages for centuries. Julie Taymor's dazzling English-language production brings one of Mozart s greatest works to life as never before. James Levine leads a cast that includes Ying Huang as Pamina in her Met debut, Nathan Gunn, Matthew Polenzani, Erika Miklosa and Rene Papa.
The Metropolitan Opera: Magic Flute in Metropolitan Opera - See 3,077 traveller reviews, 872 candid photos, and great deals for New York City, NY, at Tripadvisor.The Met’s English-language family adaptation of Mozart’s sublime and mystical journey, a new holiday tradition in the city, returns in Julie Taymor’s fanciful production. Young stars Layla Claire and Ben Bliss are the fairy-tale princess and prince, and Christopher Maltman reprises his acclaimed interpretation of the bird-catcher Papageno.The Magic Flute This was the groundbreaking broadcast that launched the Met’s heralded Live in HD series, seen by opera lovers in movie theaters around the world. Adults and children alike were enchanted by the whimsical humor and breathtaking puppetry of Julie Taymor’s hit production, presented in a shortened English-language version.