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Experience a western-style performance in a Chinese courtyard-style heritage mansion in "Mozart at the Mansion". In a sublime meeting of the East and West, "Mozart at the Mansion" promises an evening of divine opulence as Mozart's delicate music fills the air of the former home of wealthy Chinese merchant Cheong Fatt Tze. Opera and culture lovers can expect to be enthralled by the famous Austrian maestro's most popular music taken from three of his most famous operas; "Le Nozze di Figaro" (The Marriage of Figaro), "Don Giovanni" and "Die Zauberflöte" (The Magic Flute) performed by the Kuala Lumpur City Opera (KLCO). With soaring selections of Mozart's arias and duets falling across the opulent Chinese mansion touted as the crown jewel of George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site, "Mozart at the Mansion" is bound to be unforgettable.
Formerly known as Eat, Sing & Travel People, the Kuala Lumpur City Opera (KLCO) is the only western opera company in Malaysia and has been actively staging opera productions since 2012. The group was awarded four BOH Cameronian Kakiseni Arts Awards for their productions; “L'elisir D'amore” (2014), “Voices & Winds” (2014), and “Madama Butterfly” (2018), which received six nominations in the BOH Cameronian Awards. Amongst some of the group's notable past performances are “Die Zauberflöte”, “La Traviata” (2019), “Madama Butterfly”, “Hansel & Gretel” (2018), “Le Nozze di Figaro”, “La Fille du Régiment” (2017), “La Bohéme” (2016), “KLCO Fundraising Concert” (2015), “Can you Handel This?" (2015), “Double Bill: Tchaikovsky Nutcracker & Amahl & the Night Visitors” (2014), “L'Elisir D'amore” (2014), “Voices & Winds featuring Mozart's Coronation Mass” (2014), “Carmen” (2013), “Viva Verdi Bicentennial Celebration” (2013), “L'heure Exquise” (2013), and “La Bohème” (abridged version) (2012).
Steep in luxury and history, the opulent Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, also known as The Blue Mansion, is a Chinese courtyard-style heritage mansion in the heart of George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mansion was once the home of Cheong Fatt Tze, a wealthy merchant who made his fortune in rubber, coffee, and tea. Known for its breathtaking architecture, spacious courtyards, and opulent Chinese and Western-influenced decor, this stunning boutique hotel is the crown jewel of George Town UNESCO World Heritage Site.