“As for next year, Gheorghiu makes an as-yet-unannounced return for the first time in seven years to the Met in New York.”
“The design of the Met’s new production [of Lucia di Lammermoor] by Simon Stone suggests a present-day American Rust Belt, an area once prosperous but now fallen into decline and neglect.”
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La Cieca hears that Anna Netrebko has cancelled her November performances of Nabucco in Vienna to schedule shoulder surgery.
La Cieca hears that major news is coming from the Met regarding 2021.
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La Cieca and the gang down at parterre box offer best wishes for a speedy recovery to Anna Netrebko.
La Cieca hears that the centerpiece of the 2021 Salzburg Easter Festival will be a new production of Turandot conducted by Christian Thielemann (not pictured) .
The entire Metropolitan Opera schedule for 2020-2021, in what looks like a fairly plausible form, has been leaked.
Bass-baritone Craig Colclough makes his Met debut tonight in the title role of Macbeth.
This overabundance of detail serves only to set La Cieca wondering who protested Ms. Davis.
La Cieca has discovered a document of Plácido Domingo‘s faute de mieux Metropolitan Opera farewell performance.
Yusif Eyvazov will sing Calàf in the October 3, 6, 9, and 12 Met performances of Puccini’s Turandot.
An “Anti-Harassment Workshop” was scheduled at the Met today in the same room where Plácido Domingo was rehearsing for this season’s revival of Macbeth.
La Cieca hears that for the first time in recorded history, the Metropolitan Opera will have an official presence in the Pride March this Sunday.
Karita Mattila has just rather casually let slip that she has “signed in for [her] first Isolde.”