Items of Interest
Nightly Opera Streams, July 6–12
From Wagnerian grandeur to two of Puccini's touchstone tragedies, the schedule includes several peaks of the operatic repertoire. Review the lineup and dive into supplementary articles, videos, podcasts, and more.
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Nightly Opera Streams, July 13–19
Two charming comedies by Rossini and Mozart, four classic tragedies by Verdi and Puccini, and Berg’s harrowing 20th-century masterpiece Wozzeck—it’s a lineup that runs the operatic gamut. Peruse the schedule and explore a collection of related content.
A Message to Our Audience
As the world reacts to the senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others, the Met is taking a hard look at how our organization functions and what we can do to combat racism, increase diversity among our ranks, and be a more racially equitable institution. In a recent memo to the company, General Manager Peter Gelb outlined some concrete steps we will be taking.
2020–21 Season Update
Based on current information regarding the ongoing health crisis, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the first few months of the 2020–21 season. We now expect to welcome audiences back to the Met on December 31, 2020.
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Global Summer Camp
This summer, students around the world can learn all about opera with the Metropolitan Opera’s Global Summer Camp. Through this eight-week, virtual camp, students will discover new operas while connecting with a global community of opera fans.