Thirteenth session directed by musicologist Oriol Pérez Treviño at Santa Cecilia, this time dedicated to the opera Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) by W. A. Mozart (1756-1791). Pérez Treviño, as usual, explored the historical context of the piece and its argument, in a brilliant exercise of erudition and synthesis in which he interspersed comments with the audition of fragments of The Magic Flute. As he explained, it’s not just another opera. It was composed in the last and fruitful year of life of the Salzburg’s genius and, like no other work, it shows the close link between Mozart’s personality and Freemasonry.