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Eifman Ballet of St Petersburg - Russian Hamlet
Mar 5 - 7, 2021
Metropolitan Opera - Fire Shut Up In My Bones
Sep 27 - Oct 19, 2021
Metropolitan Opera - Iphigenie En Tauride
Sep 29 - Oct 15, 2021
Flying Over Sunset
Postponed until further notice
Metropolitan Opera: Turandot
Oct 7, 2021 - May 14, 2022
March 5 - 7, 2021
Hailed as one of the leading choreographers in the world, Boris Eifman created his namesake ballet company in 1977 with the goal of solely performing his own work. Over the decades since its inception, the ensemble has become famous for its innovative and unabashedly radical approach to the art form, often drawing inspiration from classical literature and theatre. Don't miss Eifman's radical kinetic spin on Shakespeare's melancholic Danish prince.
September 27 - October 19, 2021
Terence Blanchard's 'Fire Shut Up In My Bones' will open the much anticipated Met Opera's 2021/22 season. Not only is this one of the first productions to resume after a year of cancellations but, more importantly, it is also the first opera by an African American composer to be performed on the Met stage.
September 29 - October 15, 2021
Christoph Willibald Gluck's four part opera returns to the Met! The French opera has been performed on stages the world over since 1779, and this production marks 105 years since it made its Met premiere in 1916! Iphigenie En Tauride is an epic tale, set in ancient Greece in the years before the Trojan war.
Postponed until further notice
Offering up a vibrant portrait of three influential icons of the 1950s, Flying Over Sunset is anything but a dry historical drama. Adding a dash of the unorthodox to the Broadway season, the all-new production wings its way to the Lincoln Center returns in the fall of 2020, and its central subject matter is lysergic acid diethylamide AKA LSD, the psychedelic drug often used as a muse by some of the world's most celebrated creatives.
October 7, 2021 - May 14, 2022
Sworn against love by the death of her mother, proud Princess Turandot prefers watching her suitors meet a grisly end and having their heads placed on spikes at the palace gates, yet they still vie to win her hand. When Calaf takes up the challenge, the unattainable beauty may have met her match in this lavish spectacle and final masterpiece from Puccini.
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