A L B INICIATIVAS Y REVITALIZACION DE LA OPERA

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STAGE 2020 ' 2021

ILBARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA BILLY BUDD  LA BOHEME CARMEN DEAD MAN WALKING

DON GIOVANNI DIE FRAU OHNE SCHATTEN  GIULIO CESARE NABUCCO

NATIONAL  COUNCIL AUDITIONS GRAND FINAL CONCERT NEW YEARS EVE GALA

IL PIRATA ROMEO E JULIETTE RUSALKA  LA TRAVIATA ILTROVATORE DIE ZAUBEFLOTTE

METOPERA NEW YORK SOPRANO´S TENOR´S CONDUCTER´S METOPERA

Puccini "Manon Lescaut" -- Renata Tebaldi -- Mario Del Monaco -- Fernando Corena 1954 Full Opera

Manon Lescaut: Renata Tebaldi
Lescaut: Mario Borriello
Des Grieux: Mario Del Monaco
Geronte: Fernando Corena
Edmondo: Piero De Palma
Una voce sola: Luisa Ribacchi
L'oste: Antonio Sacchetti
Il maestro di ballo: Adelio Zagonora
Un sergente degli arcieri: Antonio Sacchetti
Lampionaio: Angelo Mercuriali

Eugene Onegin Met 2013

Met Stream todaysnetrebko-kwicien-beczala

The Met: Live in HD Season 2016-17 Eugene Onegin: Final Scene

Tchaikovsky’s setting of Pushkin’s timeless verse novel is presented on the Met stage in Deborah Warner’s moving production, starring Anna Netrebko and Peter Mattei as Tatiana and Onegin. Alexey Dolgov sings the role of Lenski, and Robin Ticciati conducts.

La Boheme de Giacomo Puccini Opera completa subtitulada en español

La Bohemia Giacomo Puccini completa

Carmen: "L'amour est un oiseau rebelle" (Rachvelishvili)

Anita Rachvelishvili sings Carmen's Habanera from Act I of Bizet's "Carmen." Production Richard Eyre. Conductor: Pablo Heras-Casado. 2014–15 season.

Òpera Carmen (Georges Bizet) COMPLETA parcialme


Bizet Carmen
Artista
Ernst Märzendorfer|Orch. & Chorus of National Theatre Brno|Nadia Krasteva|Aleksandrs Antonenko|Sebastian Holecek|Asa Elmgren|Ballet Es. de Valencia

Todd Wilander in the Metropolitan Opera's THE NOSE

Tenor Todd Wilander sings in Shostakovitch's THE NOSE. Scene 14. With Ricardo Lugo, baritone.

Valery Gergiev, Conductor

Metropolitan Opera Orchestra – Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries - Ring (Official Video)


Wagner's Ring presents the ultimate challenge for any opera company, and the New York Metropolitan Opera's new production of Der Ring des Nibelungen, unveiled between 2010 and 2012 and starring some of the greatest Wagnerian singers of today, is among the most ambitious Ring stagings ever mounted.

Die Walküre [Valkyrie] Act III, Scene 1 (14/18) [Ride of the Valkyries] engl./dt

Production by Robert Lepage at the Metropolitan Opera, 2010-12
Conductor: James Levine

La Fille du Régiment: “Ah! Mes amis ...

Javier Camarena sings Tonio’s Act I aria in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Laurent Pelly. Conductor: Enrique Mazzola. 2018–19 -stream 2020

Mozart - Die Zauberflöte (Sawallisch)

Sarastro - Kurt Moll
Queen of the Night - Edita Gruberova
Pamina - Lucia Popp

Kathryn Lewek in the Metropolitan Opera's Die Zauberflöte

metopera stream Die Zuaberflöte

Gershwin: Porgy and Bess - A woman is a sometime thing (Bruce Hubbard)

George Gershwin: Porgy and Bess

A woman is a sometime thing

Here come the honey man

Metropolitan Opera: Porgy And Bess

The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess returns to the Met for the first time since 1990, in a new production directed by James Robinson in his company debut. America’s “folk opera,” as the 1935 creators described it, tells the story of disabled beggar Porgy, sung by Eric Owens,

The MET: Live in HD 2018 - Cendrillon (Cinderella)

Make her the most beautiful girl in the room, says The Fairy Godmother (Kathleen Kim), as she is ready to transform Lucette (Joyce DiDonato) into Cinderella...

Luciano Pavarotti & Kathleen Battle - Caro elisir ( L'elisir d'amore - Gaetano Donizetti )

METOPERA NY JUNE 27TH 2020

Kwangchul Youn, Mir dies (Köning Marke) MANON METNY

METOPERAN NY JUNE 26 MANON

Marian Anderson Sings at METOPERA NY AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTISTRY

Marian Anderson, contralto, was denied the right to perform at Constitution Hall by the DAR because of her color. Instead, and at the urging of Eleanor Roosevelt, Harold Ickes permitted her to perform at the Lincoln Memorial on April 9, 1939.

Dark Sand, Sifting Light .- ALAN GILBERT CONDUCTER MET DOCTOR ATOMIC


Dark Sand, Sifting Light · New York Philharmonic · Julia Adolphe · Alan Gilbert

Ma Belle Evangeline -- Tenor Glenn Fernandez

Art Break: Happy Mardi Gras! Here's your two minute art escape for the day. It features music and paintings inspired by New Orleans: "Ma Belle Evangeline" from Disney's The Princess and the Frog & paintings that take you from the streets of the 1900s French Quarter to the swamps.

Eric Owens performs Non Piu Andrai (DOCTOR ATOMIC)

Eric Owens performs Non Piu Andrai from Mozart's Marriage of Figaro at the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011 launch event at Carnegie Hall in New York

Metropolitan Opera Auditions, Charles Mays Jr., Claudia Huckle, Meredith Arwady, Laquita Mitchell, Tamara Wilson, Adelaide Muir, Karen Slack, Sheri Greenawald.

DOCTOR ATOMIC MET TODAY SAN JUAN Am I In Your Light...

asha Cooke and Gerald Finley in the Metropolitan Opera's 2008 telecast of Dr. Atomic by John Adams,

Il Trovatore Anvil Chorus Met Opera

The Anvil Chorus from the Metropolitan Opera's production of Verdi's Il Trovatore

The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD: Akhnaten

Fathom Events and the Metropolitan Opera present a broadcast of Philip Glass’s Akhnaten, live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, November 23 with an encore performance on Wednesday, December 4 . Countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines American composer

Akhnaten: Hymn to the Sun

Anthony Roth Costanzo sings an excerpt from Akhnaten’s Act II Hymn to the Sun in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Phelim McDermott. Conductor: Karen Kamensek. 2019–20 season.

Bizet's CARMEN — Moving Moment featuring J'Nai Bridges singing the Habanera

Does it get any hotter than this? Mezzo-soprano J'Nai Bridges fires up the crowd outside Seville's cigar factory, in her star turn as the title heroine in Bizet's "Carmen." Little does she know her seductive dance will catch the eye of the man who will bring about her demise... Find out what happens

Someday My Prince Will Come - Dísella Lárusdóttir

JUNE 21 2020 METOPERA NY SOPRANO EN AKHNATEN DISELLA ´S

Luciano Pavarotti Bella figlia dellamore Live 1981

Luciano Pavarotti, Isola Jones, Christiane Eda-Pierre and Louis Quilico sing the act III quartet from Rigoletto.

Giuseppe Giacomini.PUCCINI.TRANDOT."Nessun Dorma"

May.30.2006.Korea.Seoul.Sejong Art Center.
Giuseppe has a deep sprit.I can feel that everytime.
I really like Giuseppe.

Madama Butterfly: "Vogliatemi bene" -- Patricia Racette & Marcello Giordani (Met Opera)

Patricia Racette and Marcello Giordani sing "Vogliatemi bene" from Puccini's "Madama Butterfly.

Watch the entire performance on Met Opera on Demand

Susan Graham two selections from Bizet's Carmen

From the Live from Lincoln Center 2008 New Year's Eve Concert Susan Graham sings two selections from Bizet's Carmen. Habanera and Seguidilla

Placido Domingo & Susan Graham: Mozart - Là ci darem la mano from "Don Giovanni"

Concert on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the reopening of the Concert House after 1945, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

IN QUALE ASPETTO IMBELLE (Brownlee-Banks-Rensburg) ARMIDA MET 2020 LIVE

ARMIDA

Dramma per musica en 3 actes

música de G.Rossini

Javier Camarena & Lawrence Brownlee (ARMIDA)- Rossini - Otello

'Ah, vieni, nel tuo sangue'
Asher Fisch
2016

ioachino Rossini - Armida (1817) - Terzet for Rinaldo, Ubaldo & Carlo - "In quale aspetto imbelle"

Rossini composed "Armida" on his return to the rebuilt Teatro San Carlo, Naples, after premiering his "La gazza ladra" at La Scala on May 31st 1817. The impresario of the theater was keen for a work of musical individuality, one breaking away from the prevailing conventions; above all he wanted an o

John Osborn (Godofredo- Armida) MET 2020


ARMIDA

Dramma per musica

Música de Gioachino Rossini

At-Home Gala: “Va, pensiero”

The Met Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin, perform “Va, pensiero” from Verdi’s Nabucco in a video assembled from individual takes and shown during the April 25, 2020, At-Home Gala. Edited by Pete Scalzitti.

At-Home Gala: Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana

he Met Orchestra, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin, performs the Intermezzo from Mascagni’s Cavalleria Rusticana in a video assembled from individual takes and shown during the April 25, 2020, At-Home Gala. Edited by Pete Scalzitti.

Andreas Scholl - Haendel - Philharmonie de Paris (1999)

Georg Friedrich Haendel
Admeto, Re di Tessaglia : ouverture & introduzione, accompagnato "Orride Larve", arioso "Chiudetevi, miei, lumi"
Radamisto HWV 12 : Ballo in Atto Secondo"
Rodelinda, Regina de'Langobardi HWV 19 : sarabande, sinfonia, accompagnato "Pompe vane di morte", aria "Dove sei"
Rodelin

Eugene Onegin - Lensky's Aria - Joseph Kaiser

Joseph Kaiser performs the Lensky's Aria

(Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin)

Daniel Barenboim / Wiener Philharmoniker

Salzburger Festspiele 2007

STEPHANIE BLYTHE

Production by Robert Lepage at the Metropolitan Opera, 2010-12
Conductor: James Levine

Bryn Terfel (Wotan)
Stephanie Blythe (Fricka)
Deborah Voigt (Brünnhilde)

HARRY BICKET THE CONDUCTER The English Concert & The New Company

George Frideric Handel [Georg Friedrich Händel]
Samson Oratorio composed in 1741
Harry Bicket conducts The English Concert & The New Company
BBC proms subtitled

"Nessun dorma" - Javier Camarena

De la ópera "Turandot" de G. Puccini.
Orquesta Sinfónica de Xalapa. Director: Lanfranco Marceletti
Coro de la Universidad Veracruzana. Director: Alfredo Domínguez.
Xalapa, Veracruz. Sala Tlaqná. 4 de julio de 2014

Il Barbiere di Siviglia: "Una voce poco fa" -- Isabel Leonard

Il Barbiere di Siviglia: "Una voce poco fa" -- Isabel Leonard

OLD BUILDING METOPERA NY BROADWAYS ST AV

IKE EISENHOWER PRESIDENTE US 1959 GRINDING THE NEW BUILDING

PETER GELB GENERAL MANAGER METOPERA NY

GENERAL MANAGER OF METOPERA NY

Peter Gelb’s career has followed a singular arc that began with his teenage years as an usher at the Metropolitan Opera and led to his appointment, in August 2006, as the storied company’s 16th general manager. Now in his 13th season at the helm of the Met,

Time magazine named Mr. Gelb a 2008 honoree of the Time 100 list of the world’s most influential people. In 2010, France honored him as an Officier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and in 2012, he received the Diplomacy Award of the Foreign Policy Association. In 2013, he received the Sanford Prize from the Yale School of Music and was named Chevalier de la Légion d’honneur by the French President. Mr. Gelb is the son of the late Arthur Gelb, former managing editor of the New York Times, and the late writer Barbara Gelb. He is married to conductor Keri-Lynn Wilson and has two sons.

Mr. Gelb has overseen the launch of a number of initiatives aimed at revitalizing opera and connecting it to a wider audience since the start of his tenure. One of his fundamental goals has been to recruit the world’s great theater directors to enhance the theatricality of the Met’s productions and complement the company’s extraordinary musical standards. Mr. Gelb is also committed to securing more engagements each season from the world’s top singers.

One of the most successful and trailblazing of his new initiatives is The Met: Live in HD, a Peabody and Emmy Award–winning series of live performance transmissionsshown in high definition in movie theaters.

The series has sold more than 24 million tickets since its inception in December 2006 and is currently seen on more than 2,200 screens in over 70 countries across six continents. The Met’s HD programs have raised global awareness of opera, inspiring other institutions throughout the world that are in need of revitalization.

Mr. Gelb has also made a priority of revitalizing the repertory with new productions of both classic operas and modern masterpieces.

Since he took over in the 2006–07 season, the Met has presented more than 80 new stagings by some of the world’s greatest theater, film, and opera directors, including David Alden, the late Patrice Chéreau, Willy Decker, Sir Richard Eyre, François Girard, Michael Grandage, Nicholas Hytner, William Kentridge, Robert Lepage, Michael Mayer, Sir David McVicar, the late Anthony Minghella, Mark Morris, Tom Morris, Jack O’Brien, Laurent Pelly, Jeremy Sams, Peter Sellars, Bartlett Sher, Susan Stroman, Dmitri Tcherniakov, Mariusz Treliński, Deborah Warner, Zhang Yimou, and Mary Zimmerman, among others.

Mr. Gelb has also capitalized on new media technology to share Met performances with a wider global audience than ever before. In September 2006, Sirius Satellite Radio (now SiriusXM) launched Metropolitan Opera Radio, an around-the-clock channel broadcasting live performances each week as well as historic performances from the Met’s vast radio archive.

The Met Opera on Demand streaming service, available on any computer or iPad, makes more than 650 HD, standard-definition, and audio performances available online in stunning high quality on a subscription basis. The Met also presents free live streaming of performances on its website once a week. Other initiatives launched by Mr. Gelb include a commissioning program for new operas; free dress rehearsals for the public; a free live transmission of the opening-night performance onto giant screens in Times Square; an immensely popular rush tickets program that offers select seats in prime locations for weekday and weekend performances at dramatically reduced prices; and the commissioning and presentation of exhibitions by leading contemporary artists—by such artists as John Currin, William Kentridge, Julie Mehretu, Elizabeth Peyton, Julian Schnabel, Dana Schutz, and others—around the opera house.

Mr. Gelb’s extensive and varied experience in the field of classical music has prepared him for the considerable challenge of overseeing both the artistic and the administrative aspects of one of the largest performing arts institutions in the world. As an award-winning producer of films, recordings, radio broadcasts, telecasts, concert events, operas, and festivals, he worked with many of the world’s leading artists prior to becoming general manager, including Vladimir Horowitz, Herbert von Karajan, Mstislav Rostropovich, Luciano Pavarotti, and Plácido Domingo.

In 1992, Mr. Gelb produced both the stage and film versions of Julie Taymor’s first opera production, Oedipus Rex, for Seiji Ozawa’s Saito Kinen Festival. Also for that Japanese festival, in 1994 he commissioned an early opera staging by Robert Lepage, La Damnation de Faust, a reconceived version of which premiered at the Met during the 2008–09 season.

As president of CAMI Video, a division of Columbia Artists Management that Mr. Gelb founded in 1982, he served as executive producer of the Met’s television series The Metropolitan Opera Presents for six years.

He produced 25 televised productions for the Met, including the landmark 1990 telecast of Wagner’s complete Der Ring des Nibelungen. The 17-hour program was broadcast over four consecutive nights on PBS (and subsequently released on home video), making history for monolithic programming of opera on television. While at CAMI, Mr. Gelb produced, and occasionally directed, more than 50 programs for television, featuring such artists as Herbert von Karajan and Mstislav Rostropovich. His television productions have earned 13 primetime Emmy Awards, including six for Mr. Gelb as a producer and director.

Among Mr. Gelb’s Emmy Award–winning films are Soldiers of Music: Rostropovich Returns to Russia (1991) and Vladimir Horowitz: The Last Romantic (1985), both with Maysles Films.

Mr. Gelb received a Peabody Award for his four-part television series Marsalis on Music (1995), in which jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis introduces young audiences to the full experience of classical music and jazz.

He has also won Peabody Awards for the 1986 concert film Horowitz in Moscow and for the Met’s Live in HD series. In 2001, he co-directed and produced a 90-minute documentary entitled Recording The Producers: A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks, about the making of the hit Broadway show’s cast album.

The film was awarded a Grammy in 2002. Three of the Met’s Live in HD productions released on DVD—John Adams’s Doctor Atomic, Wagner’s Ring cycle, and Thomas Adès’s The Tempest (the latter two directed by Robert Lepage)—won consecutive Grammys for best opera recording for the company and for Mr. Gelb as executive producer between 2011 and 2013. He also received the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award for the Live in HD series in 2011.

From 1995 until joining the Met, Mr. Gelb was president of Sony Classical, one of the largest international classical record labels. He led the company through a period of notable growth and creativity, expanding the focus of recording projects to include best-selling film music, among them the Academy Award–winning scores for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon by Tan Dun, The Red Violin by John Corigliano, and Titanic by James Horner, while preserving the label’s tradition of recording Broadway musicals and maintaining an extensive catalogue of classical works by many of the best-known artists in the world. He also initiated Sony Classical’s program of commissioning new music, something no other classical label had attempted in recent years.

Mr. Gelb’s career in classical music began at the age of 17 when he went to work as an office boy for Sol Hurok. Training from an early age under the legendary impresario instilled in him the kind of entrepreneurship and creative acumen that has since distinguished his work, from managing the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s historic 1979 tour to China at the end of the Cultural Revolution, which made headlines around the world; to reviving Vladimir Horowitz’s concert career in 1980 and producing the famed pianist’s historic return to Russia in 1986; to the Tan Dun premiere Symphony 1997, featuring Yo-Yo Ma, which Mr. Gelb commissioned in partnership with the Chinese government to be performed at the handover of Hong Kong to China.

Under Mr. Gelb, the Metropolitan Opera has once again taken a leadership role among opera houses and other arts organizations, not only in the U.S. but around the world, providing a model for other groups with its groundbreaking artistic and public initiatives.

Mr. Gelb today shares his message regularly through keynote addresses and discussions at conferences in the U.S. and abroad, including at Harvard University, Yale University, MIT, New York University, the Miller Theater at Columbia University, Showa University in Japan, the European Opera Conference in Paris, the Chautauqua Institution, the American Symphony Orchestra League, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters, the American Academy in Berlin, and the MIDEM conference in Cannes. He has received honorary doctorates from Hamilton College and from the Macaulay Honors College of the City University of New York.