New England Conservatory to Present ‘The Magic Flute’

By Francisco Salazar

The New England Conservatory has announced its Winter-Spring Concerts.

For the purposes of this article, our focus will be on vocal performances only.

The company is set to present Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” Robert Tweten conducts NEC Opera students and members of NEC Philharmonia in two concert performances of the beloved work. The performances will be held at the NEC: Jordan Hall.

Performance Dates: Feb. 8 and 9, 2023

The season will also include chamber concerts as well as jazz concerts, masterclasses, and solo concerts. There will also be orchestral concerts.

New England Conservatory was founded by Eben Tourjée in Boston, Massachusetts in 1867. The conservatory represents a new model of music school that combines the best of European tradition with American innovation.