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  • Metropolitan Opera: La Boheme

    Until Mar 10, 2018

  • Metropolitan Opera: Turandot

    Until Apr 5, 2018

  • Metropolitan Opera: Madama Butterfly

    Until Mar 16, 2018

  • Metropolitan Opera: Tosca

    Until May 12, 2018

  • Metropolitan Opera: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci

    Until Feb 1, 2018

Metropolitan Opera: La Boheme Poster

Metropolitan Opera: La Boheme

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Metropolitan Opera House

Until March 10, 2018

Franco Zefferelli's spectacular production returns to the Met for the third time in 2017. Since its premiere in 1896, La Boheme has grown into one of the most beloved operas in the world, with only Puccini's other masterwork Madama Butterfly rivalling it for sheer popularity. This staging is split between two casts, and conducted by Alexander Soddy and Marco Armiliato.

Metropolitan Opera: Turandot Poster

Metropolitan Opera: Turandot

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Metropolitan Opera House

Until April 5, 2018

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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Metropolitan Opera: Madama Butterfly

Metropolitan Opera House

Until March 16, 2018

Anthony Minghella's breathtakingly beautiful and powerfully dramatic production returns, with the lead roles of Cio-Cio San shared by Hui He and Ermonela Jaho, and the cruel Pinkerton sung by Roberto Aronica and Luis Chapa. This work is widely known as the opera that inspired the Broadway musical Miss Saigon; the tragic story sees a young Japanese bride abandoned by her American husband for a new wife back home.

Metropolitan Opera: Tosca Poster

Metropolitan Opera: Tosca

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Metropolitan Opera House

Until May 12, 2018

Undoubtedly the most highly regarded and beloved works in the canon, Puccini's tragic tale of revenge and murder is renewed by the Met this season with this brand new production from Sir David McVicar. Sharing the role of the sought after Prima donna will be Kristine Opolais and Anna Netrebko. Sit back and be transported back Rome on the edge of invasion in this marvelous melodrama. As perfect for first timers as it is for seasoned audiences.

Metropolitan Opera: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci Poster

Metropolitan Opera: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagliacci

Metropolitan Opera House

Until February 1, 2018

The Met Opera presents a double bill of operas - Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni and Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo. Sir David McVicar's incredible productions run back to back, with tenor Roberto Alagna performing the lead role in both works. Arguably the most tragic of operatic works, the two operas are both set in Sicily, with Cavalleria Rusticana set in a rustic village square in 1900, whilst Pagliacci is brought forward to a 1940s truck stop in the same area. Jealousy and betrayal are the common denominators, along with the Sicilian setting.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

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The Lincoln Center is a 16-acre arts and entertainment complex in the heart of New York City. Created as part of the John D Rockefeller III-led urban regeneration project for the Lincoln Square area, the development was constructed in the years between 1959 and 1966 and houses 30 of NYC's most famous arts and cultural centers of excellence.

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The Grand Tier Restaurant at The Metropolitan Opera
0.06 mi away at Lincoln Center Plaza

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0.06 mi away at 142 West 65th St.

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