From the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège. The stream goes live at 2:30 PM.
Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts this live performance from the Finnish National Opera.
The Glyndebourne Festival production of Mozart’s comic saga is telecast beginning at 12:30 PM New York time.
Marlis Petersen is the obsessed princess.
The Royal Opera’s production of Bizet’s Carmen will be livestreamed for free starting at 1:30 PM today.
Live from the Zurich Opera, a new production of Verdi’s Biblical melodrama. The telecast begins at 1:00 PM.
There’s a live video webcast of Puccini’s western from the Bayerische Staatsoper starting at 2:00 PM EDT.
The rarely-heard Hans Werner Henze opera is telecast live from the Staatsoper Stuttgart beginning at 2:20 PM.
Live from the Komische Oper in Berlin: the premiere of Barrie Kosky‘s new production of La bohème.
The annual starry event (featuring 2018 Award winner Christian Van Horn) will be webcast live at 6:00 PM.
A live telecast of Die Tote Stadt from the Berlin Komische Oper!
For those of you who need a bit of a break from Bayreuth, may La Cieca suggest a telecast of Strauss’s Salome?
Michael Fabiano and Sonya Yoncheva star in Great Performances at the Met’s telecast of La Traviata tonight at 9:00 PM.
This is Ring week here at parterre.com, cher public.
The Robert Lepage production of the Ring cycle will be shown complete (including the now de rigueur fifth part of the pentalogy, Wagner’s Dream) September 11-14 on PBS
Andrea Andermann, the producer who brought you Tosca in the Settings and at the Times of Tosca, Traviata in Paris, and Rigoletto in Mantova, is preparing for a telecast of La Cenerentola.
La Cieca has just heard that the acclaimed production of Parsifal by Stefan Herheim will be telecast and filmed for DVD release next summer in Bayreuth.
Although the staging of the Met’s Saturday afternoon’s production of Salome will remain unchanged (i.e., Karita Mattila intends to jam out with her clam out) the HD cameras will demurely divert their lenses at the climactic moment of the Dance of the Seven Veils.Â According to Culture Monster, instead of the Full Mattila, the video…
During an intermission at the Metropolitan Opera’s opening night gala (was that only last week?), Susan Graham interviews RamÃ³n Vargas and RenÃ©e Fleming. Miss Fleming’s wig, we are told, is made of yak hair, butÂ what’sÂ Susie’sÂ excuse?
La Cieca is putting her entireÂ nest egg into popcorn futures, sinceÂ next season opera lovers will rarely emerge from their local movie palace. The Met will do an astonishing 11 HD simulcasts during the 2008-2009 season.Â Monday, September 22, 2008: Opening Night Gala starring the astonishingly well-preservedÂ RenÃ©e Fleming in fully staged performances of La Traviata (Act…
Definitive barihunk Nathan Gunn (center) will play Lancelot in a semistaged concert of Lerner and Loewe’s musical Camelot at Avery Fisher Hall May 7-10. Additional hunkiness will be provided by Gabriel Byrne (Arthur) and Marc Kudisch (Sir Lionel) and the diva quotient may be filled by Marin Mazzie as Guenevere. The New York Philharmonic presentation…