Videos

Eugene Onegin: Letter Scene (Anna Netrebko)

Excerpt from Tatiana's Letter Scene ("Puskai pogibnu ya") from Act I of Tchaikovsky's "Eugene Onegin." Anna Netrebko (Tatiana). Production: Deborah Warner. Conductor: Valery Gergiev. Opening Production of the 2013–14 season.

Hansel and Gretel: Act I Duet

Lisette Oropesa and Tara Erraught sing an excerpt from Hansel and Gretel’s Act I duet in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Richard Jones. Conductor: Donald Runnicles. 2017–18 season.

The Merry Widow: Can-Can

The grisettes dance the Act III Can-Can. Production: Susan Stroman.

The Merry Widow: “Vilja”

Susan Graham sings an excerpt from the title character’s Act II aria in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Susan Stroman. Conductor: Ward Stare. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Mira, o Norma

Angela Meade and Jamie Barton sing Norma and Adalgisa’s Act II duet. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Sì, fino all’ore estreme”

Angela Meade and Jamie Barton sing Norma and Adalgisa’s Act II duet. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Ah! bello a me ritorna”

Angela Meade sings an excerpt from the title character’s Act I aria. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Le Nozze di Figaro: “Sull’aria”

Rachel Willis-Sørensen and Christiane Karg sing the Countess and Susanna’s Act III duet at the final dress rehearsal. Conductor: Harry Bicket. 2017–18 season.

Le Nozze di Figaro: “Aprite un po’quegli occhi”

Adam Plachetka sings Figaro’s Act IV aria at the final dress rehearsal. Conductor: Harry Bicket. 2017–18 season.

Holiday Open House

Each season, the Met welcomes audiences to meet with artists and production staff before a matinee performance of the company’s holiday presentation for families. The 2017–18 open house precedes the December 28 performance of Hansel and Gretel.

Verdi’s Requiem: “Libera me”

James Levine leads soprano Krassimira Stoyanova and the Met Orchestra and Chorus during the final dress rehearsal.

Verdi’s Requiem: “Dies irae”

James Levine leads the Met Orchestra and Chorus during the final dress rehearsal. 2017–18 Season.

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