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Metropolitan Opera 2019-20 Season: Tosca


Running Time: 177 Minutes | Genre: Opera
Director: Sir David McVicar
Producer: The Metropolitan Opera
Starring: Alexandre Aja, George Gagnidze, Michael Volle, Patrick Carfizzi, Jennifer Rowley, Najmiddin Mavlyanov, Brian Jagde, Philip Cokorinos
Audio Description Available: No

Synopsis: Soprano Anna Netrebko, whom the New York Times hailed as “magnificent” when she made her role debut as Tosca in 2018, returns as Puccini’s explosive diva, back by popular demand. Tenors Najmiddin Mavlyanov and Brian Jagde alternate as the idealistic painter Cavaradossi, and baritones George Gagnidze and Michael Volle complete the opera’s fatal love triangle as the sinister Scarpia. Bertrand de Billy conducts Sir David McVicar’s stunning production.

Bolshoi Ballet 2019-20 Season: Jewels


Running Time: 165 Minutes | Genre: Ballet
Starring: Bolshoi Corps de Ballet
Audio Description Available: No

Synopsis: This opulent triptych was inspired in Balanchine by the famous jewelers of 5th Avenue in New York. It celebrates the cities and dance schools of Paris, New York and St. Petersburg, each represented by a gemstone: emerald, ruby and diamond

Royal Ballet 2019/20: Cavalleria Rusticana / Pagli


Running Time: TBC | Genre: Live Theatre
Audio Description Available: No

Synopsis: Pietro Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana (Rustic Chivalry) and Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci (The Players) are today Italian opera’s most famous double act, but they were written independently. Cavalleria rusticana came first, its hugely successful premiere in 1890 doubtless an influence on Leoncavallo. His Pagliacci in 1892 was another triumph. The two works, each undeniable masterpieces of the verismo tradition of realism, share dramatic concision, melodic richness and an obsession with violent jealousy. Damiano Michieletto’s production was an Olivier-Award-winning hit when first presented in 2015. He sets both operas within the same village, allowing characters from one piece to reappear in the other and offering theatrical realism within visuals that are modern and yet timeless. The production was widely praised at its premiere, and summarized by the Financial Times as ‘a gripping evening all round’.

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