Diane Paulus pushes the boundaries of theater with “Crossing” a new opera about the Civil War by the amazing young composer Matthew Aucoin whose contemporary music actually delights the ear.
The season kicks off October 3 with Il Trovatore, starring Anna Netrebko as Leonora; broadcasts include all six new productions from the Met’s 2015-16 season
Two rarely performed one act operas will be featured on February 14, in the next Met Live in HD Series, both works inspired by classic noir films of the 1940s.
Few operas have as dramatic an ending as Dialogues of the Carmelites, worth a trip to Boston to hear in a full production by the New England Conservatory Feb 7-10.
Dazzling singing, glorious music, and touches of Broadway spectacle as The Met’s Merry Widow comes to local screens.
We have video clips and a peek at the Met’s stunning staging of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg which will be shown Live in HD on December 13 at the Mahaiwe, Beacon and Clark.
A chance to see two very different one act operas, one old favorite and a new one that is about current issues, in Bennington.