Mozart's last opera "The Magic Flute" premiered in 1791 under his personal command. It is still one of the most popular classic operas in the world, and many pieces of music are often used in film and television soundtracks. Mozart integrated a variety of music forms, combined with popular and interesting plots, to describe a story about love and enlightenment and adventure. Prince Tamino strays into the territory of the Queen of the Night by mistake in the disordered time and space of day and night, accepts the Queen of the Night's offer to betroth the princess, and bravely travels to the day to rescue the princess Pamina who was imprisoned by the high priest Sarastro, but in the "Gate of Enlightenment" Knowing that the queen of the night is the evil side, the high priest is the saint who restores the balance and order of the day and night.
He encourages the prince to accept the trial and rebuild the order of the day and night cycle, and finally embrace the beauty. South African contemporary art giant William. William Kentridge (William Kentridge) directed a large-scale opera for the first time. Using charcoal sketch animation, photography principles and image reversal techniques, in an interesting and moving story, it metaphors the colonial elegy behind the utopian ideals of the Enlightenment period. While black and white light and shadow project the character of the character, it also reflects the relationship between light and darkness, good and evil, power and control in society.
The sets, props and costumes of the whole play were shipped to Taiwan by the New National Theater in Tokyo. Singaporean outstanding conductor Hong Yiquan is invited to compose a classic and profound opera feast with the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO).