Mozart's "The Magic Flute," from Boston Baroque
Hear one of the highlights of the concert season on-demand, as Martin Pearlman leads a stellar cast in one of Mozart's most effervescent operas, on WCRB In Concert.
Boston Baroque, conductor Martin Pearlman, and a celebrated cast of singers perform Mozart's beloved masterpiece, "The Magic Flute" at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall.
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Recorded on April 16, 2016, at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall.
Nicholas Phan: Tamino
Andrew Garland: Papageno
Leah Partridge: Pamina
So Young Park: The Queen of the Night
Gustav Andreassen: Sarastro
Sonja Dutoit Tenglad, Mara Bonde, Emily Marvosh: The Three Ladies
Owen McIntosh: Monostatos
Sara Heaton: Papagena
Dana Whiteside: Speaker, Priest, and Armored Man
Stefan Reed: Priest and Armored Man
Martin Pearlman, Conductor and Music Director
In 1989, 16 years after its founding, Boston Baroque and music director Martin Pearlman made history when they presented the first all period-instrument production of Mozart's The Magic Flute here in the United States. Nearly 30 years later in April of this year, Pearlman returned to this marvelous work with another shimmering historically-informed performance, with a marvelous cast of singers, at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall.
Synopsis, for your viewing pleasure!