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Artiste: Metropolitan Opera

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New York CitySimon Boccanegra (26th January 1995)

Verdi: Simon Boccanegra
James Levine; Giancarlo del Monaco; Metropolitan Opera; Dame Kiri Te Kanawa; Plácido Domingo; Bruno Pola; Vladimir Chernov

New York CityEugene Onegin (24th February 2007)

Tchaïkovski: Eugène Onéguine
Valery Gergiev; Metropolitan Opera; Renée Fleming; Elena Zaremba; Ramón Vargas; Dmitri Hvorostovsky

New York CityAida (3rd January 1985)

Verdi: Aida
James Levine; Metropolitan Opera; Leontyne Price; Fiorenza Cossotto; James McCracken
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François Girard's new Fliegende Holländer disappoints at The Met

Evgeny Nikitin (Holländer) © Ken Howard | Met Opera
François Girard’s production presents the moody, stormy atmosphere of Norwegian seascapes with stunning visuals, but offers few fresh ideas on the doomed love between the Dutchman and Senta.

A musically ideal Così in The Met's revival

Luca Pisaroni (Guglielmo) and Serena Malfi (Dorabella) © Jonathan Tichler | Met Opera
Phelim McDermott’s Coney Island Così fan tutte returns to The Met, in sparkling vocal performances. 

Garanča glows in The Met's Damnation de Faust

Elīna Garanča © Ken Howard | Met Opera
Edward Gardner's conducting brings out the nuances of Berlioz's complex score, but The Met's concert staging lacks theatrical thrust.

Aleksandra Kurzak impresses as the Met’s new Violetta

Aleksandra Kurzak (Violetta) © Marty Sohl | Met Opera
Michael Mayer’s colorful and busy production of La traviata returned to the Met with a triumphant performance of the title role by soprano Aleksandra Kurzak.

Bleak and hopeless: William Kentridge's Wozzeck at the Met

Peter Mattei (Wozzeck) © Ken Howard | Met Opera
Despite theatrical drawbacks, this Wozzeck is heartily recommend due to Yannick Nézet-Séguin's staggering understanding of all facets of Berg's score.

Met’s family-friendly Magic Flute vanquishes the forces of darkness

David Portillo (Tamino) © Karen Almond | Met Opera
New York City's Metropolitan Opera restages its shorter, family-friendly version of Mozart's The Magic Flute with great music and delightful visuals.