The Magic Flute London Tickets
The Magic Flute London - a musical masterpiece!
Set to the sublime music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, anyone lucky enough to buy The Magic Flute London tickets will see a truly inspiring tale of love and endeavour. With Mozart concert tickets always popular to buy or sell on StubHub, this performance is ideal for classical music lovers of all ages.
History behind The Magic Flute London
In this enchanting story, the evil sorcerer Sarastro has kidnapped Pamino, and it is up to heroic protagonist Tamino to rescue her. Accompanied by Papageno the bird catcher, Tamino overcomes many challenges that test his courage and cunning, as our chivalrous hero strives for true love. Always one of the most coveted London opera events to attend to get, the original run of The Magic Flute proved to be a hit when it premiered in Vienna back in September 1791, just two months before the death of Mozart. Now, by buying tickets for this production, you can be a part of history in the making! Over two centuries after the premiere of The Magic Flute, Simon McBurney has assembled a cast of true greats from the current generation. At the top of the bill, in-demand soprano Lucy Crowe returns as Pamina, having already established herself as a great draw for people who want to buy The Magic Flute London tickets. She appears alongside prize-winning recitalist Thomas Oliemans (as Tamino's sidekick, Papagino), who has already made a stunning debut for the company as Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro.
Where to see London opera events
Every good production also needs a great setting, and over a century after opening its doors, the London Coliseum remains one of the most respected and prestigious venues in London. It hosts a wide variety of performances, though direct ticket sales only get trickier as the opening night looms - and The Magic Flute London is no exception. Of course, no production there would be complete without a great villain. One of the company's longest-serving vocalists, classically-trained bass Brindley Sherratt, is masterful as main villain Sarastro, acting as the perfect foil to Rupert Charlesworth as the heroic Tamino. Additionally, director Simon McBurney is a performing arts expert who has already tasted great success in the capital, having stunned audiences with his solo performance in self-penned "The Encounter" back in 2016. The Coliseum's resident company is always enticing for those who want to buy tickets for The Magic Flute London and other classical music and opera events via StubHub, especially after they swept up every British opera award back in 2009!
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