Metropolitan Opera: Les Contes d'Hoffmann
Until Oct 16, 2020
Metropolitan Opera: Roberto Devereux
Sep 23 - Oct 10, 2020
Metropolitan Opera: Tristan and Isolde
Oct 17 - Nov 6, 2020
Metropolitan Opera - The Fiery Angel
Nov 12 - Dec 5, 2020
Metropolitan Opera: Fidelio
Nov 30 - Dec 23, 2020
Until October 16, 2020
The Metropolitan Opera present their take on the tales of the enigmatic Hoffman and his life and loves. From the delicate automaton Olympia to the beguiling courtesan Giulietta, we're drawn in to a fantastical world, learning how one man deals with the power of love and its many faces.
September 23 - October 10, 2020
Donzietti's final work in his Tudor trilogy, concerns the life (and death) of Roberto Devereux, an influential courtier of Queen Elizabeth I. Upon his return from Ireland, where he had been exiled for suspected treason, the Queen makes a last attempt to secure his love, whilst suspecting his heart lies elsewhere, before his death warrant is sealed...
October 17 - November 6, 2020
A tale as old as time, (or at least one thousand years) Tristan and Isolde has long been considered the ultimate tale of passionate, romantic love in forbidden circumstances. With its universal theme of all-consuming love and bitter-sweet tragedy - it fits perfectly into Wagner's repertoire of epics. This new staging from Mariusz Trelinski promises to capture the power and pain of this ancient love triangle, in a large scale production, that brings the action into modern times, beginning on a lavish passenger ship in the Irish sea. Starring Nina Steeme and Stuart Skelton, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.
November 12 - December 5, 2020
Two Met Opera debuts collide during the world-class ensemble's forthcoming production of Prokofiev's devilishly demanding masterwork The Fiery Angel. Performed at the Opera House for the first time ever, the hotly anticipated production also marks the company debut of celebrated Australian director Barrie Kosky and features the talents of Russian bass-baritone Evgeny Nikitin. soprano Svetlana Sozdateleva, and conductor Michail Jurowski.
November 30 - December 23, 2020
Beethoven's only opera fizzes with heroism, sweeping you up in the story and glorious score. An ode to freedom, justice and liberty, Fidelio is the tale of Leonore, a determined woman who creates a daring plan to free her husband from secret imprisonment. Celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth!
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