The Dallas Opera to Stream Famed ‘The Magic Flute’ Production

By David Salazar

The Dallas Opera is set to stream its “The Magic Flute” production from 2019 starting on Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020.

The opera features the company’s music director Emmanuel Villaume leading Sir Peter Hall’s famed production. The revival starred Paolo Fanale as Tamino with Andrea Carroll as Pamina. Jeni Houser was the Queen of the Night while Sean Michael Plumb starred as Papageno; all of these artists made their The Dallas Opera debuts in this production. Rounding out the cast was bass Morris Robinson as Sarastro.

“This program is part of The Dallas Opera’s ongoing commitment to deliver unforgettable performances to music lovers around the globe,” said Ian Derrer, the Kern Wildenthal General Director and CEO, in a press release. “We are grateful for the support of our unions and the enthusiasm of our benefactors, which enables us to present this world-class opera production just in time for the holiday season.”

Audiences can engage in repeat viewings by register on the company’s official website. The showcase will be available for 30 days until Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021.