We are very excited to present the new season of the Met, broadcast in HD and Dolby Digital surround sound from the Met Opera in New York. If you are not sure If you are a fan of the Met, come see just one show, and you will be hooked. They are an amazing spectacle.
The Metropolitan Opera’s Emmy Award winning series The Met: Live in HD continues for an eighth season with 10 live transmissions.
*casting subject to change
- Adults – $24
- Students & Children – $18
- Save 25% with a Season’s Pass!
- Adult Pass = $180 (that’s only $18 per show!)
- Student/Child Pass = $135 (that’s only $13.50 per show!)
March. 25 2017 – 9:55AM (4 hours 18 min)
Conductor: James levine
Featuring: Alice Coote, Matthew Polenzani
Synopsis: Mozart’s first operatic masterpiece returns to the Met in the classic Jean-Pierre Ponnelle production, conducted by James Levine. The superb ensemble includes Matthew Polenzani as the king torn by a rash vow; mezzo-soprano Alice Coote in the trouser role of his noble son Idamante; soprano Nadine Sierra as Ilia; and soprano Elza van den Heever as the volatile Elettra, who loves Idamante to the bounds of madness.
Eugene Onegin (Tchaikovsky)
April. 22 2017 – 9:55AM (3 hours 57 min)
Conductor: Robin Ticciati
Featuring: Anna Netrebko, Dmitri Hvorostovsky
Synopsis: Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko and Dmitri Hvorostovsky as the lovestruck Tatiana and the aristocratic Onegin. Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Lenski, and Robin Ticciati conducts
Der Rosenkavalier (Strauss)
May. 13 2017 – 9:30AM (4 hours 47 min)
Conductor: James Levine
Featuring: Renée Fleming, Elina Garanca, Matthew Polenzani
Synopsis: The dream cast of Renée Fleming as the Marschallin and Elīna Garanča as Octavian star in Strauss’s grandest opera. In his new production, Robert Carsen places the action at the end of the Habsburg Empire, underscoring the opera’s subtext of class and conflict against a rich backdrop of gilt and red damask, in a staging that also stars Günther Groissböck as Baron Ochs. Sebastian Weigle conducts the sparklingly perfect score.