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Die Zauberflöte


The Metropolitan Opera (HD Broadcast):

Die Zauberflöte

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

James Levine conducts Julie Taymor’s spectacular production of Mozart’s fairy tale opera.



Saturday: Loew Auditorium
Sunday: Loew Auditorium


For more than 200 years, Mozart’s allegorical fairy tale has charmed audiences and inspired artists. Julie Taymor’s (The Lion King) spectacular production—debuting here in its full-length German version—captures the masterwork’s earthy comedy and noble mysticism. Charles Castronovo is the young prince Tamino, who finds himself in a strange land, forced to undergo mysterious tests so he can rescue the woman he loves, Pamina, played by Golda Schultz. René Pape is the high-priest Sarastro, Markus Werba charms as the bird catcher Papageno and Kathryn Lewek is the Queen of the Night. Music Director Emeritus James Levine conducts. 3h 29m

The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live HD simulcasts returns for its 12th season with 10 operas, including five new productions and star-studded revivals. Hosted by Met opera stars, these singular events feature live interviews and remarkable behind-the-scenes access to one of the world’s great opera houses. Saturday’s show is a live broadcast from the Met Opera stage. Sunday’s encore is a recorded broadcast of Saturday’s performance.


Saturday: Loew Auditorium
Sunday: Loew Auditorium

Single tickets $29 • Dartmouth students Free

Met Pass (all 10 shows)
$230 Hop Member • $260 General Public

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Box Office: (603) 646-2422, hop.box@dartmouth.edu

All simulcasts are general admission.
Doors open 30 minutes before start time.