A highly anticipated opening night gala performance of a classic opera that saw an entirely replaced cast and conductor take a brand-new production to great heights.
This stunning new work by British operatic composer Thomas Adès brings Luis Buñuel’s surrealistic film to the stage with a vengeance.
‘The Opera House’ — A Film by Susan Froemke to be Premiered at the Lincoln Center Film Festival Gala October 1, 2017
The latest Live HD opera from The Met is a sizzling performance of Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s 2000 opera ‘L’Amour de Loin’.
The Metropolitan Opera scores big with their new production of Rossini’s Guillaume Tell.
The Met’s new 2016 production of Wagner’s ‘Tristan und Isolde’ was a grand musical statement that was hindered by its unfortunate high-tech staging.
The Met revives its 2003 production of Leoš Janáček’s Jenůfa by director Olivier Tambosi with bare staging intact.
The Metropolitan Opera has a strong revival of their 2011 Don Giovanni currently running as one of their HD Live productions.
A truly enjoyable, lighthearted rendering of the Cinderella fairytale, this recent Metropolitan Opera production pulls out all of its vocal stops and then some. Humdrum sets aside, the performance values carry the day and ensure much viewing pleasure, beginning with the drop-dead gorgeous star, mezzo-soprano, Elina Garanča.
The Metropolitan Opera gives us a “Live in HD” broadcast Blu-ray of Donizetti’s masterpiece. Some strange stage business aside, there is plenty of strong singing and music-making going on, certainly enough to recommend this one to all opera-lovers.