Výrobné recenzie (6)

5 sep 2021 - 5 jún 2023
Die Zauberflöte, MozartOpera: Staged,  
Deutsche Oper am Rhein  | Vystúpenia (12)
Stage director
16 december 2013rp-online.deWolfram Goertz
"Magic Flute" as a multimedia wonder
Duisburg With the British animation theater troupe "1927", Barrie Kosky staged Mozart's opera in Duisburg's Rheinoper house as a happy folk theater in the digital age. Excellent also the musical side of the evening
13 september 2014www.forumopera.comChristophe Rizoud
Die Zauberflote - Düsseldorf
Of all the operas in the repertoire, Die Zauberflote is the one that today seems to best stimulate the creativity of directors. We saw it this summer at the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence , we can see it at the start of the season in Düsseldorf where Suzanne Andrade and Barrie Koskydemonstrate a pleasing inventiveness. Their idea? Transform Mozart's work into a gigantic cartoon. How? 'Or...
14 september 2014www.wz.deLars Wallerang
Mozart opera is lovingly caricatured
Dusseldorf. In Berlin and Duisburg, Mozart's “Magic Flute” already enjoys cult status in the production by the directing duo Barrie Kosky and Suzanne Andrade. The gaudy mixture of silent film aesthetics, comics, caricatures and surrealism fills the houses there. Now the production can also be seen in the Düsseldorf Opera House.
20 september 2014www.lokalkompass.deLocal compass Düsseldorf
"The Magic Flute" at the Düsseldorf Opera: "Deep into the soul"
"The Magic Flute" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart can be seen at the Düsseldorf Opera this season. The view into the orchestra pit is seven meters deep. Seven meters that are not entirely without. "It was difficult to stand up here at first, but it's a matter of habit," says Richard Sveda. The singer is one of Papageno's actors in "The Magic Flute", which is being staged this season in B...
20 feb 2019 - 5 jún 2023
Die Zauberflöte, MozartOpera,  
Perth International Arts Festival  | Vystúpenia (4)
Stage director
22 február 2019www.smh.com.auNathan Hondros
Where opera ends, theatre begins: Mozart's Magic Flute made new in surreal Perth performance
The performers, led by Polish soprano Iwona Sobotka playing Pamina and supported by the WA Opera and WA Symphony Orchestra, were not deterred by the extravagant production, but revelled in it.
22 február 2019theconversation.comVivienne Glance
Barrie Kosky’s The Magic Flute is a contemporary spectacle, despite the opera’s outdated attitudes
Pamina, sung beautifully by Soprano Iwona Sobotka on opening night. She played the heroine-in-need-of-rescue to perfection, but despite the sexism spouted by some characters, Pamina showed courage, determination and integrity. That said, she does fall into despair when she believes she is no longer loved by Tamino, and Sobotka sings Pamina’s aria with great feeling as she contemplate...