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GRAB YOUR OSTRICH AND GO: ALESSANDRO TALEVI’S FLUTE IS PURE MAGIC, Review by Charles Jernigan, Jernigan Opera Journal

  THE ITINERANT MELOMANE GRAB YOUR OSTRICH AND GO: ALESSANDRO TALEVI’S FLUTE IS PURE MAGIC Charles Jernigan, Jernigan Opera Journal   This review is based on two performances, on July 11 and 21. The Magic Flute is an opera outside of time and space.  It is a fantasy which is set in no specific era and no specific place, […]

CENTRAL CITY OPERA’S IMAGINATIVE “THE MAGIC FLUTE” STIMULATES MIND AND HEART. Review By Kelly Dean Hansen

  CENTRAL CITY’S OPERA’S IMAGINATIVE “THE MAGIC FLUTE” STIMULATES MIND AND HEART By Kelly Dean Hansen, Ph.D, Freelance Classical Music Writer Central City Opera’s production of “The Magic Flute,” in repertory through August 5, is ambitious, imaginative and bold.  For those who know and revere Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final operatic masterpiece, it is also potentially […]