One of France's most celebrated young conductors, Marc Minkowski leads a world-class ensemble in this modernized production of Mozart's comedic three-act opera about the kidnapping and rescue of two women from a Turkish harem. Staged at the Aix-en-Provence Festival, the vibrant production features standout performances from sopranos Magali Léger and Malin Hartelius, tenors Loïc Félix and Matthias Klink, and bass Wojtek Smilek.
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Have you watched Mozart: Die Entführung Aus dem Serail yet? What did you think about it?