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Conducted by Gustavo Dudamel! Die Zauberflote or The Magic Flute returns to the Metropolitan Opera - and with a brand new staging! Gustavo Dudamel makes a rare Met appearance as conductor, directing the acclaimed Met Orchestra. This stirring tale of supernatural trials and adventure was one of of Mozart's most popular and continues to mesmerize audiences to this day! Don't miss this exciting new production, directed by Simon McBurney.
McBurney's new interpretation of this classic Mozart opera includes theatrical flourishes aplenty, with stunning technical and visual effects to bring the story to life. Part of the design revision includes making the orchestra more visible to the audience, guaranteed to make this a great for all senses!
Opening night: 4 January 2021
Three hours and five minutes, with two intermissions
Sung in German, with English, German and Spanish Met titles
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