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  • PCally: Not to mention almost literally every interview gelb has given about the subject where he expressed his joy and enthusiasm (more... 1:46 PM
  • kashania: There is no question that the Met as an organization has shown very little ‘Levine’ fan-fare. The HD broadcasts, whether they... 12:01 PM
  • La Cieca: There is no question that the Met as an organization has shown very little ‘Levine’ fan-fare. The fact that Levine himself has... 11:36 AM
  • bobsnsane: The details were simply delicious _ no devil to be found ! 11:14 AM
  • bobsnsane: Placido redux. 11:12 AM
  • Olivero is my Drug of Choice: Fun interview with Piotr and Anna on Lohengrin(in english) httpv://youtu.be/f RQJaKOkAus?list... 11:05 AM
  • Bill: It was one of Bing’s more “modern̶ 1; productions done for Milanov – the entire opera was updated some two... 10:56 AM
  • Krunoslav: “That said, I can think of no one else active in 2013 whom I would want to take her place in this production.” httpv://www.y... 10:12 AM

Il core vi dono

With February 14th falling on a Sunday, there will be no Valentine’s Day Met performance this year. However, Richard Eyre’s production of Manon Lescaut, starring Kristine Opolais and Roberto Alagna, premieres tonight, and the romantic Italian fare continues on Saturday with a matinee of Il trovatore and an evening twin bill of Cavalleria rusticana/Pagliacci. Read more »

“Lehman’s Syndrome” bewilders medical establishment

From the Met press office: “Jay Hunter Morris will sing the role of Siegfried in Siegfried on April 21 matinee and April 30, 2012, and in Götterdämmerung on May 3, 2012. He replaces Gary Lehman who has withdrawn due to illness.”

Night of the Hunter Morris

Says the Met press office this bright, sunny Friday morning: “Jay Hunter Morris will sing the role of Siegfried in the new production premiere of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung on January 27, and in the performances on February 7 and 11. He replaces Gary Lehman, who has withdrawn due to the continued effects of a viral infection.” (Photo: Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera)