Tonight’s broadcast and the discussion begin at 7:25 PM.
Join La Cieca at the final frontier of Claus Guth‘s controversial new production of La Bohème, webcast at 1:30 PM today.
The Met’s 2017-2018 Saturday afternoon broadcast season begins today at 1:00 PM.
Starting tonight at 7:25, the Met’s “tab” version of The Magic Flute.
Joyce DiDonato, Michael Spyres and Marie-Nicole Lemieux head a cast conducted by John Nelson of Berlioz’ epic.
Your doyenne La Cieca (pictured, obviously) invites you to join her for a special holiday weekend treat this afternoon.
By a happy coincidence, the American Opera Series Network offers a broadcast of the Faccio adaptation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Madama Butterfly live from the Met at 7:25 PM.
The broadcast debuts of Anna Netrebko‘s Adriana and Piotr Beczala‘s Maurizio.
Angela Meade is prima donna of this broadcast of Bellini’s melodrama recorded live at the Caramoor Festival starting at 1:00 PM.
The Adès-on favorite of critics and public alike.
Tonight starting at 6:15 PM EDT, the opening night of Die Walküre, live from Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Live from the Bayerische Staatsoper.
More Grigolerie this evening starting at 7:25.
It’s Choose Your Own Sir John Day at parterre, cher public.
Bass James Morris marks his 1,000th Met performance in tonight’s broadcast of Turandot.
To hear and to discuss: Weber’s Oberon starring Jonas Kaufmann, this afternoon at 1:00 PM.
I think affairs that you must keep Masonic are better bets if little pets get big broadcasts.
This broadcast from the Royal Opera House features Michael Fabiano and Nicole Car among the bohemians.
The debut of soprano Angel Blue is but one highlight of tonight’s live broadcast from the Met.
A live recording of the Barber/Menotti weepie from the 2016 Wexford Festival
In a classic live performance from more then 50 years ago, Montserrat Caballé is Desdemona to the Otello of James McCracken.
An exciting performance and a legendary feud.
Without the graffiti, San Francisco Opera’s Aïda is notable for Leah Crocetto in the title role.
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