Today 7:00 pm Lucia di Lammermoor
Thursday 7:30 pm Akhnaten
Friday 8:00 pm La Bohème
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LIVE IN HD | MAY 21
Lucia di Lammermoor
The Met’s daring new take on Donizetti’s haunting tragedy stars soprano Nadine Sierra as a thoroughly modern Lucia, opposite tenor Javier Camarena as Edgardo. Baritone Artur Ruciński is Enrico, and bass Matthew Rose is Raimondo, with Riccardo Frizza on the podium for Simon Stone’s unforgettable, cinematic staging.
Ukrainian Freedom Tour
In another gesture of solidarity with the victims of the war in Ukraine, the Metropolitan Opera and the Polish National Opera will gather leading Ukrainian musicians into the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra for a European and U.S. tour July 28–August 20.
Inside the Mind
The plays of William Shakespeare have provided fertile ground for many of history’s greatest composers, and in 2017, Brett Dean joined their ranks, unveiling his entirely engrossing setting of Hamlet. This season, Dean’s bold opera, which captures the title character’s tortured inner struggle with one of the 21st century’s most electrifying scores, arrives at the Met.
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Philip Glass’s Akhnaten
Philip Glass’s mesmerizing modern masterpiece returns in Phelim McDermott’s ritualistic production, which brings ancient Egypt to vivid life with striking stage tableaux and a troupe of jugglers. Anthony Roth Costanzo reprises his celebrated turn as the revolutionary pharaoh Akhnaten, with Rihab Chaieb as his queen, Nefertiti, and Karen Kamensek on the podium.
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