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The Met's Music Director discusses Stravinsky's only full-length opera, back on stage this spring for three performances only.
In his new production of opera's most popular double bill, Sir David McVicar reveals additional dimensions in both operas.
The star mezzo, who sings the title role of Lehár's The Merry Widow this spring, talks about opera, operetta, and her "gift of gab."
With operas by Verdi, Offenbach, and Berg on his schedule, Met Music Director James Levine's legendary wide-ranging operatic appetite is on display.
Joyce DiDonato, star of the Met premiere of Rossini's La Donna del Lago, discusses the challenges and rewards of "doing this crazy thing called opera."
On the heels of his acclaimed season-opening run as Mozart's Count Almaviva, Peter Mattei takes on opera's most famous antihero.
Diana Damrau, who sings her first Met performances of the title role of Massenet's Manon, on portraying the operatic gamut of heroines.
Kelli O'Hara, who made her Met debut in The Merry Widow, talks about bridging the worlds of musical theater and opera.
Join us for a series of panel discussions with the creative teams and stars of 2014–15's new productions.
Explore our style blog, featuring photos of the most fashionable audience members.
Learn all about the stars of the Met season, read interviews, watch video clips, and more on our artist pages.
Seven exceptional productions from Moscow’s Bolshoi Theatre including The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, and The Legend of Love, which opens the season on October 26, will be seen in cinemas across the U.S. and Canada.
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