Meg Noble Peterson

Author of Madam, Have You Ever Really Been Happy? An Intimate Journey through Africa and Asia

RUN, DON’T WALK, TO SEE THE NEW PRODUCTION OF DIE ZAUBERFLöTE (THE MAGIC FLUTE) AT THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN OPERA…IT’S MAGNIFICENT!

This was the first opera I saw on my honeymoon in Paris in 1950 and it just gets better and better. I also prefer the original German to French. This new production featured the amazing puppets, costuming, and special effects of Lion King’s Julie Taymor. The humor, the acting, and the singing were perfect, especially Christopher Maltman as Papageno and Erika Miklosa as the Queen of the Night. Big thanks to my niece, Margaret Magill, a violinist with the Met orchestra, who was able to get me tickets for the opening night.

This was also the first time I had seen the new fountain at Lincoln Center. The night couldn’t have been more beautiful—a warm, balmy, sit-outside-in-a-café sort of evening on the cusp of autumn. The whole area is one that those of you who visit the Big Apple must not miss.

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1 Comment

  1. Jon Pollack

    I loved the Chagall production. I am sorry it finally had to be replaced, but happy you like the replacement.

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