Today 7:30 pm La Traviata
Tomorrow 7:30 pm Così fan tutte
Saturday 1:00 pm Agrippina
Saturday 8:30 pm La Traviata
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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.
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.
Saturday AT 1 PM
Handel’s tale of intrigue and impropriety in ancient Rome receives its first Met performances, with Joyce DiDonato as the scheming empress Agrippina. Harry Bicket conducts a cast of stars in Sir David McVicar’s new production, which ingeniously reframes the action in the present day.
Sunday at 3 PM
National Council Auditions Grand Finals
Some of today’s most promising young artists compete for the chance to launch a major operatic career, performing with accompaniment by the Met Orchestra conducted by Bertrand de Billy. Lisette Oropesa hosts, and tenor Javier Camarena makes a special guest appearance.
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Opens Monday AT 8 PM
Wagner’s Der Fliegende Holländer
François Girard unveils a spellbinding new vision of Wagner’s haunting masterpiece, starring Evgeny Nikitin as the cursed sea captain and Anja Kampe as his redeemer, Senta. Valery Gergiev conducts his first Wagner at the Met in 15 years.
Met Opera on Demand
Experience Laurent Pelly’s enchanting production of Massenet’s Manon, starring soprano Lisette Oropesa as the tragic heroine, opposite tenor Michael Fabiano. Now available to stream on Met Opera on Demand.