Adelaide Festival 2019 centrepiece: Barrie Kosky’s The.
Though not quite on a level with “Wicked” and “The Lion King,” the silent film inspired production of Mozart’s opera “The Magic Flute” as conceived by Barrie Kosky (intendant of the.
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.
Review of The Magic Flute for the Adelaide Festival 2019, by David Grybowski Menu. What's On. Barrie Kosky, currently artistic director at Komische Oper Berlin, is regarded by many as the most creative and inventive opera director today. But for those old enough to party in 1996, he is fondly remembered for his Red Square after-hours entertainment venue in the festival of that year. Who in.
Latest news. Stay up to date with Adelaide Festival latest news as it happens. Artist announcements, show updates, important dates, industry news, exclusive interviews and insights into life backstage will all be published right here. Adelaide Festival 2019 centrepiece: Barrie Kosky’s The Magic Flute 8 August 2018. Kosky and his multi-award-winning opera company, the Berlin-based Komische.
Berlin can consider itself a lucky city as can any musical visitor. Three significant opera houses and a number of fine orchestras now grace the city after reunification. On a recent stay with my family, and with the Berlin Philharmonic on tour with Simon Rattle in Baden-Baden, I plumped for Barrie Kosky’s Magic Flute at the Komische Oper.
Komische Oper, Barrie Kosky and 1927 give Mozart's opera the freshest of spins 'I was bored shitless when I was taken to my first Magic Flute as a boy in Australia.' It's hardly the kind of.
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.