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Chicago's very own Candid Concert Opera held "The Magic Flute", an opera in two acts by Mozart to a German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder, at Stan Mansion on May 8th, 2013. The Candid Concert Opera, which is focused on increasing the understanding, implementing, and appreciation of classical opera to the greater Chicago community, allowed guests to feel both welcomed and included in the artistic developments of the evening.
Throughout the evening, a diverse crowd of attendees mingled, networked, and discussed the beautiful sounds of the orchestra, which included the enchanting song of Hiko Hagopian's flute and the energetic essence of Chelsea Morris' voice.
No event is complete without a signature drink, and this evening did not fail the crowd. A non-alcoholic schnaps cocktail was available for guests to create, inviting attendees to become a mixologist for a brief moment throughout the event. Guests, from teens to the sophisticated femmes, enjoyed the opportunity to create a drink fit for their taste.
Every performance by the Candid Concert Opera includes English subtitles to ensure that audiences the developments present on stage. The organization's goal is to create an experience that is enjoyable to both the opera connoisseur and fledgling.
The Magic Flute premiered in Vienna in 1791 and, since then, it has captured the hearts of many. Miss Heart of Illinois 2013 Marisa Buchheit embraces the mission and vision of the CCO and acts with grace while educating guests on the culture of opera, which guests appreciated. In addition to serving as a prominent figure within this vibrant community, Marisa was also responsible for the evening's wonderful developments.
The Magic Flute by Candid Concert Opera proved to be a delightful cultural experience. In addition to the enchanting voices and charming orchestra sounds, guests were invited to admire beautiful Stan Mansion while helping to promote the arts through a high-quality operatic experience. Acclamations, nos amis on a beautiful experience.