Kelli O’Hara will sing from the Great American Songbook while Alan Cumming “Sings Sappy Songs”. “VIva Momix” is a treat for all ages, and Paul Taylor Dance celebrates Walt Whitman with “Beloved Renegade.” Read about Fab Faux, Bolshoi Ballet, Met Opera and David Sedaris who are also scheduled, plus much more.
Puccini’s final opera is one of the most spectacular productions in the Met repertory, and returns to the Live in HD series on Saturday, January 30 at 12:55pm ET with Swedish dramatic soprano Nina Stemme and Italian Tenor Marco Berti as Calàf.
Exotic and grand, The Pearl Fishers will be on local screens on Jan. 16. With perhaps the most famous aria for a male duet ever written, the Met’s new production has been well received by both audiences and critics.
Ten seasons ago, Julie Taymor’s brilliant production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute launched The Met’s Live in HD series, and an encore is in order.
This modern, and for some a “difficult” opera has enormous rewards for lovers of both the musical and visual arts. Enjoy our surreal videos which will help acquaint you with this fabulous production, available all too briefly on movie screens on Nov. 21, 2015.
The glorious Wagner masterpiece is one of the few operas the Met’s aging music director James Levine has undertaken to shape and conduct in 2015-16. A historic telecast on Oct. 31.
Aleksandrs Antonenko in his first Met performances of the tormented Moor of Venice, with Sonya Yoncheva in her role debut as his innocent wife, Desdemona. Seen here: Željko Lučić as Iago.