Puccini’s Tosca returns to the Met on December 2
- Sondra Radvanovsky, Elena Stikhina, and Aleksandra Kurzak share the title role of the captivating diva
- Brian Jagde, Joseph Calleja, and Roberto Alagna star as Cavaradossi, with George Gagnidze and Željko Lučić as Scarpia
- Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and Carlo Rizzi share the podium in David McVicar’s towering production
New York, NY (December 1, 2021)—Puccini’s thrilling masterpiece Tosca returns to the Metropolitan Opera for 15 performances December 2, 2021–March 12, 2022. Sondra Radvanovsky, Elena Stikhina, and Aleksandra Kurzak share the title role of opera’s quintessential diva, opposite Brian Jagde, Joseph Calleja, and Roberto Alagna as Tosca’s lover, the painter-revolutionary Cavaradossi. George Gagnidze and Željko Lučić star as the villainous Scarpia, and Patrick Carfizzi is the Sacristan. Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin and Carlo Rizzi share the podium, leading the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in a revival of David McVicar’s lavish production, which recreates three iconic Roman settings: the Church of Sant’Andrea della Valle, the Palazzo Farnese, and the Castel Sant’Angelo.
Tosca Broadcasts in Radio and Online
The December 2 and 11, 2021, performances of Tosca, as well as the January 14, 26, and March 9, 2022, performances will be broadcast live on Met Opera Radio on SiriusXM Channel 355. The December 11, 2021, performance will also be broadcast over the Toll Brothers–Metropolitan Opera International Radio Network.
Audio from the December 2, 2021, performance, as well as the January 14 and 26, 2022, performances will be streamed live on the Met’s website, metopera.org.
For More Information
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