CIM Opera Theater: Mozart’s The Magic Flute
In this fantastical story of a handsome lost prince, his comic sidekick, a beautiful princess in distress, a commanding high priest and a bitter, vengeful queen, Prince Tamino and the bird-catcher Papageno search for the women of their dreams. The story involves a quest, and, like most comic operas, complications and challenges abound, but everything sorts out happily in the end as two loving couples head to the altar. Explore the program.
This event is funded in part by a grant from the John P. Murphy Foundation.
MOZART Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620
- Cleveland Institute of Music Opera Theater
- Dean Southern, director
- Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra
- Harry Davidson, conductor
As of February 23, the best seating is available for the Wednesday, February 26, performance. Only single seats (no two seats together) are available for Friday, February 28.
Tickets: $20 adults | $10 students
$15 seniors and groups of 10+
Cleveland Institute of Music
11021 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
Safety Protocols: Reservations (free seat passes or paid tickets) for all events are required. As conditions evolve, CIM's protocols for in-person concert attendance may be adjusted at any time; find the most current information on the Safety Measures page. Ticketholders will be sent an email with additional details before each of their scheduled performances.
Parking / Entrances: All patrons should enter through CIM's Hazel Drive entrance. CIM's parking lot is available for concertgoers; for details and parking rates, please visit cim.edu/parking.