Florida Grand Opera Starts the Year With Mozart's The Magic Flute
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The last date listed for Mozart's The Magic Flute was Friday February 1, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Experience the passion of Irish dance in this epic tale of good versus evil. Rhythm in the Night takes you back to the dark ages when the land was ruled by the wicked seductress Azura. She has trapped the hero Balor to lead her henchmen and he is unable to free himself from her spell. But the people of the kingdom rise up to help and as lightning clashes, good returns from the shadows. Featuring a troupe of world-class dancers, this theatrical dance performance captures the thunderous power of Irish dance combined with a compelling story. Learn More
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Excellent for the price. Operas tend to be very expensive, so the fact we were able to get tickets for less was an added bonus. The seats were great. The performance was wonderful. Strong leads (although the Queen of the Night could have been stronger). Papagano was amazing and the modern twists were comical. Costumes were fantastic. A must see if you have the time. A 3 hour performance felt more like 2!
Quotes & Highlights
- See an excerpt of <a target="_blank" href="http://youtu.be/9TmN2gvMuq4">Jeannette Vecchione's performance as Queen of the Night</a> from the Vienna State Opera.
Running Time: The opera runs 3 hours with one intermission.
* Sung in German with English and Spanish projected titles.
About the Ticket Supplier: Florida Grand OperaFlorida Grand Opera (FGO) was formed in June 1994 by the merger of Greater Miami Opera, founded in 1941, and The Opera Guild Inc., of Fort Lauderdale, founded in 1945.
Throughout its more than 70 years, FGO has established itself as one of the nation's leading opera companies by fostering up-and-coming artists, hosting world-renowned artists, housing exceptional productions of classical and contemporary repertoire, as well as contributing to Miami's cultural growth through community education initiatives and performances.