Soprano Nina Stemme reprises her hair-raising portrayal in the title role of Strauss’s one-act thriller, taking the stage alongside soprano Lise Davidsen as Chrysothemis. On stage April 1–20. 2021–22 season.
Extraordinary Every Night TV Spot
The Met’s spring season features spectacular stagings, popular masterpieces, and many of opera’s biggest stars. Join us February 28 to June 11 for unforgettable performances night after night. Tickets start at $25.
Meet the Duke of Mantua
Piotr Beczała describes his background portraying the womanizing Duke in Verdi's Rigoletto, and discusses his experience bringing Bartlett Sher’s new production to life during a Live in HD interview with host Isabel Leonard. 2021–22 season.
Quinn Kelsey and Rosa Feola on Rigoletto
Quinn Kelsey and Rosa Feola talk to Live in HD host Isabel Leonard about their experience portraying Rigoletto and his daughter, Gilda, in Bartlett Sher’s gripping new production, and the vocal demands of Verdi’s score. 2021–22 season.
Celebrating Black History Month
In celebration of Black History Month, enjoy a collection of video highlights featuring great performances by African American artists in classic Met telecasts and Live in HD cinema transmissions over the years.
Le Nozze di Figaro: “Cinque … dieci … venti”
Lucy Crowe and Ryan McKinny sing an excerpt from Susanna and Figaro’s Act I duet. Production: Richard Eyre. Conductor: Daniele Rustioni. 2021–22 season. Videography by Pete Scalzitti.
Sonya Yoncheva: “Tacea la notte placida”
Sonya Yoncheva sings Leonora’s Act I aria from Verdi’s Il Trovatore in her Met Stars Live in Concert performance on February 27, 2021, accompanied by Julien Quentin from the Schussenried Cloister.
Sonya Yoncheva: “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle”
Sonya Yocheva sings the Habanera from Bizet’s Carmen in her Met Stars Live in Concert performance on February 27, 2021, accompanied by Julien Quentin from the Schussenried Cloister.