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Danielle de Niese stepped into the Metropolitan Opera's new staging of Handel's "Giulio Cesare" on a few hours' notice as if she knew every detail of the production. That's because the soprano sang the role of Cleopatra when the David McVicar
Next performance tomorrow; other performances through May 10...Bollywood dance numbers, kung fu fighting, simulated nudity and rock-solid musical values added up to a sterling Giulio Cesare at the Met. In David McVicar's starry new production, Handel'
Michael Nagle for The New York Times Daniele Gatti, seen through a backstage vantage point, with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. What's more, Mr. Gatti was conducting music that Mr. Levine virtually owns: Mahler's Third Symphony on Thursday, a Wagner
Music lovers who have seen "The Audition," the documentary about a vocal competition at the Metropolitan Opera, may remember tenor Michael Fabiano as the dark, almost brooding presence who stands out in sharp contrast to his chipper, smiling fellow
Metropolitan Opera Mezzo-soprano Rise Stevens died March 20 in her Manhattan home at the age of 99. Stevens was best known for her role as Carmen – a role she portrayed 124 times. During her 23-year career at The Met Stevens
Tell us Met life Catch an encore of the Metropolitan Opera's production of Wagner's Parsifal , at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, at the AMC Palace 9, Regal Fossil Creek and the Cinemark locations at Alliance or in Mansfield and Grapevine. $15-$22.
March 18, 2013 Ferruccio Furlanetto as Philip II in Verdi's "Don Carlo," on Feb. 14, 2013 in at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. (Ken Howard/Metropolitan Opera) Giuseppe Verdi's Don Carlo, based on Friedrich Schiller's play, is an epic opera,
Music Review Start With Adolescent Spirit, Then Grow Into a Role Verdi's Traviata,' at the Metropolitan Opera Sara Krulwich/The New York Times La Traviata The soprano Diana Damrau gave her first performance as Violetta in Verdi's Traviata as it
Two spontaneous eruptions from the audience just about said it all as the Metropolitan Opera revived Willy Decker's brilliantly stripped-down and de-romanticized production of Verdi's "La Traviata." Placido Domingo, the 72-year-old tenor taking on
Music Review Say, You're Not the Brother I Thought I Was Marrying Francesca da Rimini' at the Metropolitan Opera Ruby Washington/The New York Times Francesca da Rimini From left, Marcello Giordani, Eva-Maria Westbroek and Mark Delavan in this Met