This rare performance of Arrigo Boito‘s sprawling Roman epic was recorded at the Bregenz Festival in July 2021.
A Saturday afternoon iteration of this season’s ubiquitous revival.
Wagner’s early masterpiece returns to the Met conducted by Valery Gergiev (not pictured).
Believe it or not, it’s the final Nozze of the Met’s 2019-2020 season.
A performance from Fall 2019 featuring Lisette Oropesa and Michael Fabiano.
Amanda Woodbury jumps in as the Countess in tonight’s broadcast.
One final hearing of the Berlioz this afternoon.
The Bayerische Staatsoper offers an all-Bartok program called Judith this afternoon.
Joyce DiDonato turns scheming Roman matron tonight.
One last trip to Catfish Row (for now) this afternoon.
Join the parterriani for what promises to be a legendary performance of Berlioz’s “légende dramatique.”
More Berg in the bleak midwinter.
Musical comedy on a gloomy Saturday afternoon.
Cher public, let’s ring in the New Year in the most “Metropolitan Opera” way possible: lots of Puccini and extremely long intermissions!
Tonight’s listening experience: the premiere of a new Met production of Wozzeck.
A blast from the (recent) past on this afternoon’s Met broadcast.
“A beloved holiday tradition continues.”
The Strauss-Hofmannsthal sex comedy returns to the Met tonight at 7:00.
The opening night of La Scala features a new production of Tosca featuring Anna Netrebko, Francesco Meli and Luca Salsi.
A second broadcast of the Met’s winter sleeper hit!
Alban Berg‘s masterpiece launches the Bayerische Staatsoper’s 2019/2020 STAATSOPER.TV season.
That bohemian opera returns to the airwaves tonight at 7:25 PM.
Listen and discuss, cher public, beginning at 12:55 PM. Photo: Marty Sohl/The Metropolitan Opera
Christine Goerke and Stephen Gould sing the second act of Wagner’s masterpiece under the baton of Gianandrea Noseda.