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Metropolitan Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor

Closed May 10, 2018

Heartbreak and hell in the highlands

Why See Metropolitan Opera: Lucia di Lammermoor?

Back for 2018

A compelling and disturbing look at mental illness in a world of violent feuds and eerie folklore, Lucia di Lammermoor is be one the of the repertoire's most memorable tales with a score that will haunt you long after you leave the auditorium. Sopranos Olga Peretyatko and Pretty Yende share the lead role, opposite Vittorio Grigolo and Michael Fabiano as her lover Edgardo in this ill-fated rollercoaster of an opera.

New Production

The romantic wilds of 19th century Scotland come to life in Mary Zimmerman's searing production of Donizetti's shocking tale of madness and murder. As the only daughter of the Lammermoor clan, the fragile Lucia is expected to marry tactically into a local family against her own wishes, and that of her secret lover Edgardo, a member of the Ravenswoods, the sworn enemies of the Lammermoors.

When Edgardo is despatched to France on business, Lucia's brother forces her to wed, an action that leads the desolate young woman to strike out in bloody revenge.

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Additional Information

Dates

Opening night: 22 March 2018

Audience

May not be suitable for younger audiences

Run time

Three hours and 27 minutes with two intermissions

And before you stop reading

Sung in Italian with Met Titles in Italian, German, English and Spanish

Cast and Creative

Cast

Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti- Lucia

Pretty Yende- Lucia

Jessica Pratt- Lucia

Vittorio Grigolo- Edgardo

Michael Fabiano- Edgardo

Massimo Cavalletti- Enrico

Luca Salsi- Enrico

Quinn Kelsey- Enrico

Vitalij Kowaljow- Raimondo

Alexander Vinogradov- Raimondo


Conducted by Roberto Abbado

Creative

Production: Mary Zimmerman

Set Designer: Daniel Ostling

Costume Designer: Mara Blumenfeld

Lighting Designer: T. J. Gerckens

Choreographer: Daniel Pelzig

What you thought

2 reviews, average rating: (4.5 Stars)

4.5 star rating

Viv: “Great greet singing”

It's true the production isn't the best but Pretty Yende and Michael Fabiano... more

Laura: “Minimal Staging Maximum Music”

The musicians did an outstanding job but I couldn't help but think I was... more

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