Today 7:00 pm Tosca
Tomorrow 7:00 pm La Bohème
Saturday 1:00 pm Eurydice
Saturday 8:00 pm Porgy and Bess
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LIVE IN HD | DEC 4
Composer Matthew Aucoin and librettist Sarah Ruhl bring ancient myth into the 21st century with a captivating new take on the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice. The immersive staging by Mary Zimmerman stars soprano Erin Morley in the title role, with Yannick Nézet-Séguin overseeing the momentous Met premiere from the podium.
MONDAY, DEC 13 at 8PM
Kristin Chenoweth: Christmas at the Met
The inimitable Kristin Chenoweth lights up the Met stage with a joyful and heartwarming one-night-only holiday performance.
Saturday, DEC 4 at 8PM
The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess
The Met’s landmark staging of the Gershwin classic returns, with many of its original cast members reprising their celebrated portrayals. Eric Owens and Angel Blue reunite as the title couple, leading a superb ensemble conducted by J. David Jackson.
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Holiday Magic at the Met
The Metropolitan Opera celebrates the holidays with two spectacular productions perfect for audiences of all ages: a new adaptation of Massenet’s Cinderella and Mozart’s ever-popular The Magic Flute. You can also visit the Met Opera Shop to find the perfect gifts for everyone on your list.
American Opera at the Met
Explore a new digital exhibition chronicling the history of American opera at the Met, from the early 20th century to the present day. To tell this fascinating story, the exhibition draws on archival photos, drawings, and correspondence spanning more than a century
Aria Code: Allan Clayton on Hamlet
Created in collaboration with WQXR, our popular Aria Code podcast explores the magic of opera one aria at a time. In the latest episode, tenor Allan Clayton discusses Brett Dean’s powerful new Shakespeare adaptation, which has its Met premiere later this season.