Mozart’s final opera, its bewitching story and achingly beautiful music have made ‘The Magic Flute’ one of the world’s best-loved operas. Mozart truly is a magician. Final opera or not, it’s an enchanting showcase of the composer’s genius.
Mozart’s bewitching opera ‘The Magic Flute’ at the English National Opera, on Thursday, March 21, 2019: ticket only: sold out
We are delighted to invite you to join us for an evening of pure enjoyment, magical opera and exhilarating achievement—Simon McBurney’s production of Mozart’s finest opera, ‘The Magic Flute’, for the English National Opera. This will be a superb chance to see this acclaimed production, which has won such accolades—and to see one of opera’s brightest stars, the dazzling English soprano Lucy Crowe, hailed as ‘the best sung Pamina in years’. Altogether this production is a ‘life-enhancing, gloriously creative example of what opera in the 21st-century West End can be’ (The Spectator).
This will be a sell-out performance—so we are delighted to have secured seats in the Orchestra Stalls to make sure our Members do not miss this glorious opera.