Tomorrow 7:30 pm Agrippina
Tuesday 7:30 pm Così fan tutte
Wednesday 7:30 pm Le Nozze di Figaro
Friday 7:30 pm Così fan tutte
Items of Interest
Tuesday AT 7:30 PM
Mozart’s Così fan tutte
Coney Island comes to the Met stage in Phelim McDermott’s popular production inspired by the side shows of the boardwalk. Gerald Finley, as Don Alfonso, leads an outstanding ensemble cast, with Harry Bicket on the podium.
LIVE IN HD FEB 29
The 2019–20 season of the Met’s award-winning series of live cinema transmissions continues with the Met premiere of Handel’s first operatic masterpiece, Agrippina. Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato stars as the power-hungry empress at the center of David McVicar’s incisive staging, which updates the madcap political machinations of ancient Rome to the present day. Harry Bicket conducts a standout cast.
Sundays at the Met
This season’s popular series of Sunday matinee performances continues Febraury 23 with Così fan tutte. In the recently announced 2020–21 season, the initiative will expand to include 22 Sunday matinees, each of which will feature a post-performance discussion with cast members.
2020–21 New Production Previews
Watch video previews of next season’s new productions, including commentary from the directors—three of whom will be making their Met debuts.
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Wednesday AT 7:30 PM
Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro
An outstanding cast comes together for Mozart’s scintillating class comedy, in Richard Eyre’s fast-paced and quick-witted production. Cornelius Meister conducts.
The Empress Strikes Back
This season, the Met presents Handel’s early masterpiece Agrippina for the first time, in a pointed production by Sir David McVicar that stars Joyce DiDonato as the power-hungry empress and transports the black political comedy to the present day, amplifying its satirical relevance.