Items of Interest
Nightly Opera Stream: Le Comte Ory
Juan Diego Flórez stars in the title role of Rossini’s frenzied French farce, alongside Diana Damrau as Countess Adèle and Joyce DiDonato as Isolier, with Maurizio Benini on the podium. This stream can be viewed until 6:30PM ET Wednesday, January 27.
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Met Stars Live in Concert
Opera’s greatest stars perform in a groundbreaking new series of pay-per-view concerts from striking locations around the globe, each live via satellite and shot with multiple cameras. Tickets now on sale.
Nightly Opera Streams, January 25–31
From Mozart’s dishonorable Don Giovanni to Gounod’s foolhardy Faust, this week of free Nightly Opera Streams celebrates the operatic bad boys that audiences love to hate. Review the schedule and explore a curated collection of supplemental content.
Elijah Moshinsky, 1946–2021
The Metropolitan Opera mourns the death of Elijah Moshinsky, who directed nine new productions for the company between 1980 and 2001, including several of our most acclaimed during that time.
Nightly Opera Streams: Upcoming Schedule
Each day while the house is dark, a different encore presentation from the company’s Live in HD series is being made available for free streaming. Learn more about the initiative and explore the upcoming schedule.
Virtual Meeting Backgrounds
Choose from a selection of iconic Met images to use as a virtual background for your next meeting on Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and more. Download for free today.
FEBRUARY 6 AT 1PM ET
Listeners’ Choice: Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor
The Met airs its first-ever Listeners’ Choice radio broadcast: Lucia di Lammermoor, starring the great Maria Callas. Radio listeners around the world chose this historic performance from December 8, 1956—the legendary diva’s only Met broadcast—as the one they most wanted to hear.