The World-Famous Salzburg Marionettes Perform Mozart's The Magic Flute
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The last date listed for Salzburg Marionettes Perform Mozart's The Magic Flute was Saturday November 4, 2006 / 2:00pm.
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The marionettes “bob and weave, bow and curtsy, fight and dance, hop and fly over obstacles—all to enact and illuminate the music in ways you wouldn’t think possible.” —Los Angeles Times
Mozart’s beloved opera The Magic Flute is performed by this astounding company of marionettes under the direction of Gretl Aicher, granddaughter of founder Anton Aicher. The Salzburg Marionette Theatre is known for performing timeless 18th- and 19th-century operas to recordings of some of the world’s leading orchestras and singers. The band of 12 skilled puppeteers manipulate elaborately costumed marionettes — each more than two feet tall — in stunning, often hilarious physical feats with an amazingly life-like range of expression.
About the Ticket Supplier: Mainly Mozart
Mainly Mozart is a bi-national, not-for-profit corporation that produces concerts throughout the year in San Diego County and Baja, California—the highlight of which is an annual summer music festival.
1. To promote an annual music festival of orchestral and chamber music concerts of Mozart’s (as well as other classical composers), with performances of the highest artistic quality consistent with fiscal responsibility;
2. To foster the education and appreciation of classical music and master musicians.
In addition, Mainly Mozart’s educational outreach programs reach over 50,000 students in both countries. Annual funding for Mainly Mozart is provided by the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture; the County of San Diego Community Enhancement program; the California Arts Council; the National Endowment for the Arts; and contributions from individuals, businesses and foundations.