The Metropolitan Opera’s family-friendly production of Mozart’s dazzling fairy tale The Magic Flute is returning, sung in English and running under two hours.
A brave prince goes on a quest to win the clever princess Pamina in this opera that premiered in 1791 shortly before Mozart’s death. The prince is enlisted by the queen to rescue the princess from a high priest, but things don’t go as initially planned.
The opera begins its run on December 8 and runs through the 30th, with more than a dozen performances to enjoy. If you’re going to be in NYC at the time, groups are saving big this holiday season! Treat your group to one of the extraordinary productions featured this season and save up to 25% off single-ticket prices.
The spectacular holiday lineup includes not only Julie Taymor’s stunning production of The Magic Flute, but also the iconic La Bohème, as well as a new production for The Met: Florencia en el Amazonas.
Groups of ten or more save up to 25% off single-ticket prices—reserve your seats today!
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Photo by Karen Almond, Courtesy of Met Opera.