This two-night Carnegie Hall run of concert performances of Samuel Barber's "Antony and Cleopatra" comes at the darkest time in New York City Opera's 65-year history.
Not seen at the Met since 1936, Puccini's "La Rondine" makes a welcome return bolstered by the star power of its real-life husband-and-wife leads Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna.
Canadian jack-of-all-arts Robert Lepage has already established his cultural cred with feature films, stage productions, a Cirque du Soleil outing and operas in Japan and Europe.
The Met continues its commitment to contemporary opera with this new production of John Adams' "Doctor Atomic," which world preemed three years ago in San Francisco.
The centerpiece of this summer's Lincoln Center Festival, "Die Soldaten" arrives on a justified wave of acclaim from Germany's RuhrTriennale, where it had its first performances two years ago.
One of the most highly anticipated events of the Met season, Laurent Pelly's new production of Gaetano Donizetti's comic opera "La Fille du Regiment" rides in on a wave of enthusiastic reviews…
Premiered by Netherlands Opera in 1980, Philip Glass' masterful "Satyagraha" has finally made its way to the Met.
Anyone expecting the Knights of the Round Table in director/choreographer Mark Morris' version of Henry Purcell's 1691 "King Arthur" at New York City Opera is in for a disappointment.
Metropolitan Opera audiences have long been accustomed to the traditional take on popular fairy-tale opera "Hansel and Gretel," as exemplified by the company's last production, which was in the…
Director Stephen Wadsworth made his Met debut in 2004 with a production of Handel's "Rodelinda" that was memorable for its simplicity and for the emotional truth that simplicity carried.