The Magic Flute – concert version

Festival international opéra baroque & romantique de Beaune
The Magic Flute – concert version | Jérémie Rhorer

15€ - 120€
Tickets available

Mozart, The Magic Flute – concert version


artistic director, Jérémie Rhorer


Tamino, Matthew Newlin, ténor

Pamina, Mari Eriksmoen, soprano 

La Reine de la Nuit, Sarah Traubel, soprano

Papageno, Riccardo Novaro, baryton 

Papagena, Elena Galitskaya, soprano 

Sarastro, Luigi De Donato, basse 

Monostatos, Maxime Melnik, ténor

Trois Dames, Gwendoline Blondeel, soprano, Florence Losseau, soprano, Mélodie Ruvio, contralto 

L’Orateur, Guilhem Worms, baryton basse

Trois Garçons, Maitrise des Hauts de Seine


Le Cercle de l’Harmonie

Chœur de chambre de Namur

conductor, Jérémie Rhorer


New production on period instruments

After having conducted Idomeneo, The Marriage of Figaro, Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, with the phenomenal success that we know, Jérémie Rhorer offers us, for the first time in Beaune, The Magic Flute, the most popular opera that Mozart, as an unequalled magician, composed on a masterly libretto by his friend Schikaneder, librettist but also initiator of the role of Papageno. Created two months before his death, the Magic Flute is a fairy tale whose subject is the elevation of the human being by wisdom, love and goodness to a higher morality corresponding to the ideas of the Enlightenment, the Aufklärung of rationalism. Tamino, a young prince, and Papageno, a birdwatcher’s companion, take us on a quest to find Pamina, the daughter of the Queen of the Night, who has been kidnapped by the magician Sarastro who is holding her captive. Thanks to a magic flute and a magic chime, Tamino and Papageno find Pamina. The Magic Flute was a triumph at its premiere and soon conquered the stages of the world, as Mozart left one world to enter another: the music of The Magic Flute marked the entrance into the 19th century. Finally, Anne Blanchard has assembled a dream cast of soloists with Matthew Newlin as Tamino, Mari Eriksmoen as Pamina, Sarah Traubel as the Queen of the Night (making her French debut in Beaune) or Riccardo Novaro as Papageno in the title roles, and in the other roles, prodigious young talents.

15€ - 120€
Tickets available

Festival international opéra baroque & romantique de Beaune