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The Magic Flute for children

Opera in a shortened version by Wolfgang Amadé Mozart

Duration: 1 h 15 min 
Intermission after 30min

Spoken Language: German
Synopsis in English and other languages at the Box office. Price € 1,-

The story begins in the "Magic Flute House". In this little house, still standing today in the garden of the Mozarteum Salzburg, Mozart composed parts of this opera. W. A. Mozart tells the exciting magical story of the young Prince Tamino, who is sent to rescue Pamina, the Queen of the Night's daughter, as she was abducted by the Sovereign Sarastro. For his journey Tamino receives a Magic Flute, Papageno - the Birdcatcher - a magical carillon. A lot of exciting things happen until Papageno gets his Papagena and Prince Tamino gets to marry his Princess Pamina.

Recording: Failoni Orchestra, Budapest, Michael Halász, Hungarian Festival Chorus

Premiere: Vienna 30. September 1791

Director: Prof. Gerhard Tötschinger 
Text: Emanuel Schikaneder 

Stage- and costume design: Erika Ebner, Werner Hierzer 
Sculptor: Sepp Rems, Erika Ebner, Gerald Kubitschek 
Costume cutter: Christine Hierzer-Riedler 
Music cutter: Werner Hierzer 
Soundengineer: Tonstudio Euroacoustics - Walter Till


Sarastro: Kurt Rydl
Königin der Nacht: Hellen Kwon
Pamina: Elisabeth Norberg-Schulz
Tamino: Herbert Lippert
Papageno: Georg Tichy
Papagena: Lotte Leitner
Sprecher: Robert Holzer
Erster Priester: Péter Köves
Zweiter Priester: Peter Jelosits
Monostatos: Wilfried Gahmlich
1. Dame der Königin: Julia Faulkner
2. Dame der Königin: Waltraud Winsauer
3. Dame der Königin: Anna Gonda
Erster Knabe: Robert Pap
Zweiter Knabe: Maximilian Richter
Dritter Knabe: Matthias Uray


Christine Hierzer-Riedler, Werner Hierzer, Isabella Chromy, Walter Kukla, Rudolf Schwarzenberger, Maria Drabits, Isabell Francisci-Ragger, Agniezka Koldnicka-Salamon, Claudia Hisberger, Lisa Pippan, Saviz Foroughi, Bernadette Kizik, Antonia Petz, Theresa Prem, Georg Angerer

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