Spend A Night At The Met

admin, 27 August 2016, No comments
Categories: Arts & Entertainment

The Metropolitan Opera offers a wide array of enchanting performances for the holiday season and beyond. The current 2014-15 season has started with impressive classics including Carmen and La Boheme leading to the upcoming New Year’s Gala. If you wish to enjoy the
current shows at the Met today, buy your tickets now.

The New Year’s Gala

At this year’s gala, you’ll enjoy the Merry Widow. The production stars Renee Fleming who offers beauty and the amazing songs from the Lehar opera. The team at the Met have created an impressive set and costume designs to rival the amazing architecture and fashions of the Art Nouveau period. The production is sponsored by the Sybil B. Harrington Endowment Fund and offers excitement and intrigue.

A Refreshing Change

As 2015 begins; you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy Richard Jones’s new production of Hansel and Gretel. This ever-classic production follows the story of two children who are captured by an evil witch, who intends to cook them in her large oven after she feeds them candy and cakes to fatten them up. This re-envision of the classic fairy tale presents you with a line of giant-size chefs within an impressive kitchen, which serves as the tool of the children’s freedom. The production stars Christine Rice and Aleksandra Kurzak.

A Timeless Classic

Mozart’s Don Giovanni offers comedy along with consequence as you follow the life of this infamous lady’s man. The production is a popular favorite among opera houses and will not disappoint at the Met. The production stars Peter Mattei as the great Don Giovanni. You’ll enjoy the brilliant composition of the ever-popular Mozart throughout the production as Giovanni faces the repercussions of his actions.

A brilliant night at the Met provides you with impressive productions from throughout the centuries. The 2014-15 season provides you with an amazing collection of productions. This includes classics with the infusion of new life beginning with the Merry Widow and concluding with Verdi’s La Traviata. Tickets to the shows could prove to present you with an extraordinary night with friends or that special loved one. If you wish to attend a show, you should reserve your tickets without delay.


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