Nightly Met Opera Streams by the Metropolitan Opera in New York (March 2021)
The Met has announced a special program of Nightly Met Opera Streams for the coming week. The viewers choice program will feature outstanding productions from the last 14 years of Live in HD and television broadcasts, starring the greatest opera singers.
Each production is available for 23 hours, from 13:30 CET (19:30 CET) to 0:30 the following day. The streams are available on metopera.com and all Met Opera on Demand apps.
More information can be found here and the program below:
Monday, March 15 – Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann: Starring Anna Netrebko, Kathleen Kim, Ekaterina Gubanova, Kate Lindsey, Joseph Calleja, and Alan Held, conducted by James Levine. Production by Bartlett Sher. From December 19, 2009.
Tuesday, March 16 – Puccini’s La Fanciulla del West: Starring Eva-Maria Westbroek, Jonas Kaufmann, and Željko Lučić, conducted by Marco Armiliato. Production by Giancarlo Del Monaco. From October 27, 2018.
Wednesday, March 17 – Donizetti’s Anna Bolena: Starring Anna Netrebko, Ekaterina Gubanova, Tamara Mumford, Stephen Costello, and Ildar Abdrazakov, conducted by Marco Armiliato. Production by Sir David McVicar. From October 15, 2011.
Thursday, March 18 – Philip Glass’s Akhnaten: Starring Dísella Lárusdóttir, J’Nai Bridges, Anthony Roth Costanzo, Aaron Blake, Will Liverman, Richard Bernstein, and Zachary James, conducted by Karen Kamensek. Production by Phelim McDermott. From November 23, 2019.
Friday, March 19 – Rossini’s Il Barbiere di Siviglia: Starring Joyce DiDonato, Juan Diego Flórez, Peter Mattei, John Del Carlo, and John Relyea, conducted by Maurizio Benini. Production by Bartlett Sher. From March 24, 2007.
Saturday, March 20 – Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin: Starring Renée Fleming, Ramón Vargas, and Dmitri Hvorostovsky, conducted by Valery Gergiev. Production by Robert Carsen. From February 24, 2007.
Sunday, March 21 – Handel’s Agrippina: Starring Brenda Rae, Joyce DiDonato, Kate Lindsey, Iestyn Davies, Duncan Rock, and Matthew Rose, conducted by Harry Bicket. Production by Sir David McVicar. From February 29, 2020.