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Metropolitan Opera - La Boheme
Nov 9, 2021 - May 27, 2022
Metropolitan Opera: Tosca
Dec 2, 2021 - Mar 12, 2022
Metropolitan Opera - The Magic Flute
Dec 10, 2021 - Jan 5, 2022
Metropolitan Opera - Cinderella
Dec 17, 2021 - Jan 3, 2022
November 9, 2021 - May 27, 2022
Franco Zeffirelli's spectacular production returns to the Met once more, this time celebrating its 40th anniversary with the company. One of the most recognizable productions in the world, Zeffirelli's La Boheme has grown into one of the most beloved Met traditions. Prepare to be transported to the snowy streets of 19th Century Paris, where Puccini's group of ill-fated bohemians collide in this epic tale of romance and tragedy that echoes through the ages.
December 2, 2021 - March 12, 2022
Undoubtedly the most highly regarded and beloved works in the canon, Puccini's tragic tale of revenge and murder returns to the Met in Sir David McVicar's stunning production, with the sizzling trio Sondra Radvanosky, Elena Stikhina, and Aleksandra Kursak sharing the title tole. Sit back and be transported to Rome on the edge of invasion in this marvelous melodrama. As perfect for first-timers as it is for seasoned audiences.
December 10, 2021 - January 5, 2022
Julie Taymor's celebrated fantasy production of The Magic Flute returns once more for the holidays! Complete with dancing bears and giant flamingos. It is sung in English and runs a brisk 100 minutes making this abridged version a great night out for families and a much-loved Metropolitan Opera tradition.
December 17, 2021 - January 3, 2022
Jules Massenet's enchanting adaptation of the enduring Cinderella returns to the Met this winter, continuing the new tradition of putting on accessable opera open to all ages during the holidays! This fantastic production comes from the imagination of Laurent Pelly after a hit run during the 2017/18 season. Romantic and glittering, Pelly's creation is a witty and elegant adaptation, with astoundingly pretty sets and costumes full of rococo flourish and fairytale magic. A perfect engagement for the first time opera-goer.
Lincoln Center, 70 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023
As part of the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts, this venue dedicated to ballet and opera first opened in 1966, replacing the original Metropolitan Opera House that opened in 1883 on Broadway, but was too small for advancing technology and stagecraft. It has a total of 4,000 seats, making it the largest purpose-built opera house in the world.
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