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Metropolitan Opera - Fire Shut Up In My Bones
Until Oct 23, 2021
Metropolitan Opera: Turandot
Metropolitan Opera - Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg
Oct 26 - Nov 14, 2021
Metropolitan Opera - Porgy and Bess
Oct 31 - Dec 12, 2021
Metropolitan Opera - La Boheme
Nov 9, 2021 - May 27, 2022
Until October 23, 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.
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.
October 26 - November 14, 2021
For the first time in 7 years, composer and librettist Richard Wagner's superb comedy returns to the Met stage. Known for being among the longest operas performed, it's only right that the award winning conductor Sir Antonio Pappano will be taking the stand in leading the Metropolitan Opera on this journey.
October 31 - December 12, 2021
Following a stunning reception during the 2019/20 season, James Robinson's highly acclaimed production of the landmark American classic returns for 2021! Starring Eric Owens and Angel Blue as the titular couple, this folk-inspired epic takes us into the heart of 1930's Charleston, where the residents of Catfish Row tell a story of fraught tensions, love, grief, and the search for redemption.
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.
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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