Original Music:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

Producer, Curator:
Mathias Woo

 

Co-Directors:
Lai Tat Tat Wing, Cedric Chan

 

Animation Design:
Lai Tat Tat Wing

 

Music Director and Arrangement:
Edgar Hung

 

Scriptwriter :
Pamela Tsui

 

Vocal Performance:
Karena Lam, Eman Lam
Pong Nam, C AllStar

 

Performance:
David Yeung, Carson Chung
Ho Yin Hei, Clement Lai 


 
The Magic Flute Playground
Multimedia Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity
31/7 (Fri) 7:30pm
1/8 (Sat) 11am, 2:30pm, 5pm
2/8 (Sun) 11am, 2:30pm

Presented & Produced by Zuni Icosahedron
An International Arts Carnival 2015 Programme



(Suitable for children for 2 years old above)


Sing along with Woody Woody Wood in an adventure,
feel the beauty and goodness of Mozart’s music


The Magic Flute Playground is a singing and dancing carnival inspired by Mozart’s opera The Magic Flute. We start from the origin of the music of Mozart, and children are led to explore the world of classic melodies and rhythm. The anime character Woody Woody Wood would appear as a story-telling big brother inspiring small children to use their power of observation and imagination through puppetry and multimedia animation, just like playing interesting games using daily life objects.

 

Four popular musicians will be invited to this fun fair, and they will employ elements of modern children’s songs to reinterpret the music of The Magic Flute, so as to enable people, both adults and children, who are not familiar with western operas to approach the genre through an agreeable and friendly manner, and find resonance in the beauty and goodness of Mozart’s music.

 

Ticket price: $220
Full-time students & children under 12 years of age: $100

Tickets NOW available at URBTIX, with various discount schemes.

 

 

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