Tomorrow 7:30 pm Aida
Wednesday 7:30 pm The Hours
Thursday 7:30 pm Rigoletto
Saturday 1:00 pm The Hours
Items of Interest
The Met: Live at Home
Tickets are now on sale for The Met: Live at Home, a new streaming service which allows select audiences to watch the Met’s acclaimed series of live simulcasts from any device. Available only in select areas where The Met: Live in HD cinema presentations are not available.
LIVE IN HD | DECEMBER 10
An unparalleled trio of divas stars in the world-premiere production of Kevin Puts’s The Hours, as Renée Fleming makes her highly anticipated return to the Met alongside soprano Kelli O’Hara and mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato. Yannick Nézet-Séguin takes the podium for this powerful adaptation of the award-winning novel and film, with libretto by Greg Pierce, which tells the dramatic story of a day in the life of three women from different eras whose stories intersect.
Masking Now Optional for Audiences
With the recent changes in CDC guidelines and the availability of vaccines and boosters, we have been counseled by leading medical advisors that it is no longer necessary for us to mandate audiences to wear masks during performances.
Thursday AT 7:30PM
Speranza Scappucci takes the podium to conduct Verdi’s gripping tragedy, leading a cast headlined by baritone Michael Chioldi as the cursed title jester. Soprano Lisette Oropesa returns to the Met as Rigoletto’s daughter, Gilda, starring alongside tenor Benjamin Bernheim as the Duke of Mantua.
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Faces of the Met
In recognition of our company members who so valiantly persevered through the 2021–22 season without missing a single performance, we have mounted a new exhibition called Faces of the Met, installed in the opera house in Founders Hall and viewable online, featuring images of the artists, artisans, front-of-house staff, and administrators who make grand opera at the Met possible.
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