Trollflöjten – a saga where the power of love and music is at the heart of it

By on September 1, 2017
Hans Nilsson

Mozart’s last, and perhaps most beloved opera is a saga where the power of love and music is central. In Ole Anders Tandberg’s set, the director has focused especially on light and dark based on the premise that evil and goodness presuppose each other! Gives 9 times 26 / 8-16 / 9.

Trollflöjten is one of Opera’s most popular sets.

With Saturday’s performance, it’s the 903th time that Mozart’s song play opera was set up at the Royal Opera.

Conductor is Ben Gernon, who alternates with Marie Rosenmir, and in some of the leading roles is heard Hanna Husáhr as Pamina and Kristian Flor as Sarastro. Saara Rautavala makes Papagena and Mikael Stenbaek play the role of A priest. All for the first time at the Royal Opera.

MUSIC Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
TEXT Emanuel Schikaneder
REGI Ole Anders Tandberg
SCENOGRAPHY Ole Anders Tandberg
COSTYM & MASK Maria Geber
LIGHT Ellen Ruge
DRAMATURG Katarina Aronsson

The performance is given in Swedish with Swedish text on the text machine. THE PERFORMANCE LENGTH ACT I = 65 minutes / Pause 30 minutes / Act II = 80 minutes. Total show time 2 hours 55 minutes

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