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Tomorrow at 1pm

Mozart’s Idomeneo

The opera that announced the young Mozart’s genius to the world returns to the Met stage, with Manfred Honeck making a notable company debut on the podium. Michael Spyres stars in the title role of the ancient Cretan king, alongside Kate Lindsey as Idamante, Ying Fang as Ilia, and Federica Lombardi as Elettra.

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The opera that announced the young Mozart’s genius to the world returns to the Met stage, with Manfred Honeck making a notable company debut on the podium. Michael Spyres stars in the title role of the ancient Cretan king, alongside Kate Lindsey as Idamante, Ying Fang as Ilia, and Federica Lombardi as Elettra.

Tomorrow at 8PM

Cherubini’s Medea

Sondra Radvanovsky is the mythic sorceress who will stop at nothing in her quest for vengeance. David McVicar captivating new staging also stars Matthew Polenzani as Medea’s Argonaut husband, Giasone, and Janai Brugger as Glauce, her rival for his love, with Carlo Rizzi on the podium.

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Sondra Radvanovsky is the mythic sorceress who will stop at nothing in her quest for vengeance. David McVicar captivating new staging also stars Matthew Polenzani as Medea’s Argonaut husband, Giasone, and Janai Brugger as Glauce, her rival for his love, with Carlo Rizzi on the podium.

Sunday AT 3PM

Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk

Svetlana Sozdateleva makes an exciting Met debut as the fiery femme fatale at the center of Shostakovich’s searing satire, joining forces with Brandon Jovanovich as her illicit lover. Maestro Keri-Lynn Wilson makes her Met debut conducting Graham Vick’s vivid staging.

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Svetlana Sozdateleva makes an exciting Met debut as the fiery femme fatale at the center of Shostakovich’s searing satire, joining forces with Brandon Jovanovich as her illicit lover. Maestro Keri-Lynn Wilson makes her Met debut conducting Graham Vick’s vivid staging.

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