Items of Interest
Nightly Opera Streams: Così fan tutte
Take a stroll along a seaside boardwalk with Phelim McDermott’s inventive take on Mozart’s comedy. The performance stars Amanda Majeski, Serena Malfi, Ben Bliss, and Adam Plachetka as the opera’s quartet of young lovers, alongside Kelli O’Hara as Despina and Christopher Maltman as Don Alfonso. David Robertson conducts. This stream can be viewed until 6:30PM ET Monday, June 14.
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Nightly Opera Streams, June 7–13
Enjoy a lineup of popular recent stagings that cleverly re-set the action of classic operas—with enlightening and exciting results—and explore a collection of additional supplementary content.
A Concert for New York
On May 16 at the Knockdown Center in Queens, the Met presented its first performance for an in-person audience since the pandemic closed the doors of the opera house. Yannick Nézet-Séguin reunited with members of the incomparable Met Orchestra and Chorus, as well as a quartet of leading vocal soloists.
Aria Code: Joseph Calleja on Tosca
In the latest episode of Aria Code, the Met’s enlightening and entertaining podcast created with WQXR, tenor Joseph Calleja joins host Rhiannon Giddens to explore Cavaradossi’s heartbreaking aria “E lucevan le stelle” from Puccini’s Tosca.
Nightly Opera Streams, June 14–20
Celebrate Dad with a week of free streams exploring the many facets of operatic fatherhood. Review the complete lineup and explore a collection of additional supplementary content.
Black Voices at the Met
Our exhibition chronicling the extensive contributions made by African American artists at the Met and the decades-long struggle for racial equality at the nation's leading opera company—originally installed in the opera house in connection with the 2019 new production of Porgy and Bess—is now available in digital format.