Videos

Hansel and Gretel: Act I Duet

Lisette Oropesa and Tara Erraught sing an excerpt from Hansel and Gretel’s Act I duet in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Richard Jones. Conductor: Donald Runnicles. 2017–18 season.

The Merry Widow: Can-Can

The grisettes dance the Act III Can-Can. Production: Susan Stroman.

The Merry Widow: “Vilja”

Susan Graham sings an excerpt from the title character’s Act II aria in the final dress rehearsal. Production: Susan Stroman. Conductor: Ward Stare. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Mira, o Norma

Angela Meade and Jamie Barton sing Norma and Adalgisa’s Act II duet. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Sì, fino all’ore estreme”

Angela Meade and Jamie Barton sing Norma and Adalgisa’s Act II duet. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Norma: “Ah! bello a me ritorna”

Angela Meade sings an excerpt from the title character’s Act I aria. Production: Sir David McVicar. Conductor: Joseph Colaneri. 2017–18 season.

Le Nozze di Figaro: “Sull’aria”

Rachel Willis-Sørensen and Christiane Karg sing the Countess and Susanna’s Act III duet at the final dress rehearsal. Conductor: Harry Bicket. 2017–18 season.

Le Nozze di Figaro: “Aprite un po’quegli occhi”

Adam Plachetka sings Figaro’s Act IV aria at the final dress rehearsal. Conductor: Harry Bicket. 2017–18 season.

Holiday Open House

Each season, the Met welcomes audiences to meet with artists and production staff before a matinee performance of the company’s holiday presentation for families. The 2017–18 open house precedes the December 28 performance of Hansel and Gretel.

Verdi’s Requiem: “Libera me”

James Levine leads soprano Krassimira Stoyanova and the Met Orchestra and Chorus during the final dress rehearsal.

Verdi’s Requiem: “Dies irae”

James Levine leads the Met Orchestra and Chorus during the final dress rehearsal. 2017–18 Season.

Dmitri Hvorostovsky at the 50th Anniversary Gala

Watch Dmitri Hvorostovsky’s heroic surprise appearance at the Met’s 50th Anniversary Gala, singing “Cortigiani, vil razza dannata” from "Rigoletto."

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